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Bruce Lee Took the Stairs

There's a wealth of information in Bruce Lee's book, "The Tao of Jeet Kune Do" - the first time I read it, I was impressed. Now, sometime later and with better training, I'm even more impressed. Little details and nuances stick out to me.

I'd like to do a larger post looking at his philosophy sometime, but for today I want to put down something very practical. That is, you can and should incorporate movement, motion, and a basic "training" into your everyday life, no matter who you are or what your goals are.

"To become different from what we are, we must have some awareness of what we are."

That's the quote that starts the "Preliminaries" section of his book. Personally, I believe your body and mind work in harmony, and that this is inescapable. If you wish to be a scientist, philosopher, writer, or any other academic pursuit, you still need to train your physical condition. Your thoughts will be clearer, more lucid. You will have more energy and less distress. All things being equal, you'll live longer, and the years will be of higher mobility and quality of life.

"Training is one of the most neglected phases of athletics. Too much time is given to the development of skill and too little to the development of the individual for participation. Training deals not with an object, but with the human spirit and human emotions. It takes intellect and judgment to handle such delicate qualities as these."

Funny, Fat, Fit

On A Germinating Seed

Have you heard of David So?

If not, he's a YouTube comedian and musician. I watch him a lot. I find him really hilarious. Go watch him!!

But, viewer discretion is advised. Seriously.

Anyway, this year David began a series called "Funny, Fat, Fit" or "FFF" for short. He has made the resolution to exercise more and eat healthier, and in order to keep him accountable, he posts videos every week talking about his progress and other related topics.

Here is the first video:

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