Jason Sawyer

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Bevel - Ape to Gentleman

Bevel, the first end to end shaving system for men with sensitive skin – developed by founder Tristan Walker; a pioneer of Foursquare and former …

The Best Mobility and Stability Exercises to Improve the Front Rack: Part 1 - Addressing the Thoracic Spine

One of my recent patients came in after a cervical fusion surgery looking to get back into crossfit. We addressed the neck issues and started …

Why we're loving this kettlebell workout: It burns 800 calories/hour and works to shed your body's top layer of fat. See the step-by-step routine, here: http://ow.ly/rOuNH

Excellence through Sport - Blog - Influencing Posture

Read time: 15-20 min<p>Last week, we examined how posture and position can affect one’s movement. As discussed in that article, Influence of Posture …

Biomechanics

How to Turn Your Garage Into a Home Gym | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Jerred Moon</i>.<p>Are you sick of all that is involved with getting in shape — with becoming stronger and …

http://ow.ly/q6yrM Carb up! It's World Pasta Day -- not that we need an excuse. Just make sure you work it off after. If you want to find a way to enjoy pasta on the regular, read the Rules of Carb-Cycling: http://ow.ly/q6yrM #Nomnomnom

Hearst Magazines

Science Says You Should Ditch the Unstable Surface Training

Some of the trends in fitness when the term “functional training” first became popularized were pretty silly. <b>We’ve all imagined, and some of us have</b> …

Science Says Full Range of Motion Is Best

<b>Raise your hand if you’ve ever seen someone doing a “squat” that amounts to a quarter of a rep and you shook your head at him or her.</b> Without seeing …

Understanding and Growing the "Wings" of Your Upper Body

Breaking Muscle author Willow Ryan wrote an article on your "wings," specifically the development of the serratus anterior muscles. Some readers …

Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Our personalities, thought patterns and emotional responses are wired into our brains, says Richard Davidson, Ph.D., author of <i>The Emotional Life of Your Brain</i>, but you can change your brain. Here are several exercises that will help rewire the neural pathways to help you think more positively, …

The Brain

Breast cancer drugs 'could treat lung cancer'

<b>Experimental drugs already used to treat breast cancer may also fight lung cancer, research reveals.</b><p>Non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), the commonest type of lung cancer, is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Few drug treatments exist.<p>Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in …

Cancer

How to be a Great Dad: 18 Tips for Fatherhood | The Art of Manliness

<i>Photo by free parking</i><p><i>Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Leo Babauta of Zen Habits, a father of six children.</i><p>Being a father can be a wonderful …

Meditation In Action: A 10-Step Mindfulness Practice For Better Sleep

<i>By Headspace</i><p>It’s no secret that meditation can help us sleep better. There are some specific meditative exercises that can help us nod off when our minds are in overdrive. In the exercise below, the meditation experts at Headspace share some insight for feeling more at ease when your head hits the …

The Terrible Truth About Adorable Baby Goats

Sure, they're cute and all, but those kids are jerks. There's just no getting around it.

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best Stuff<p><i>GQ</i>’s editors pick the freshest menswear, sneakers, watches and more worth your disposable income.<p>17 Photos2 days agoView …

Three Zen Stories for Peace of Heart

Zen stories and koans have a reputation for being difficult to understand. While this is certainly true of some, there are others more transparent that seem to impart their primary lesson much more readily.<p>Here are three such stories, each of which uses a different strategy to address the issue of …

Following The Bread Crumbs Of Food Addiction In The Brain

You enter the brain imaging lab just in time to begin the study. A lab technician escorts you to the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine and carefully hooks you up, while another approaches with goodies. You’re handed a bag of potato chips and a can of soda, and given a deliciously …