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Best Intermittent Fasting Article (yet)

By jyoung / 2017-08-23

I just read the best article I’ve yet seen on the benefits and the “how to” of Intermittent Fasting.  Highly recommended! How I Became Fierce with Intermittent Fasting  


Testosterone update: Already freakin’ high

By jyoung / 2017-04-20

So my test results came back with Total Testosterone at 922, up from 816 the year before. When I look up where this puts me, it says I’m already above the 95th Percentile for a 45 year old man, though I just turned 64: Given that I’m already close to my goal (without resorting to […]


Breakthrough in early cancer detection and treatment: ENOX2

By jyoung / 2016-12-01

Cancer is one of the biggest killers today.  By the time it’s detected, getting rid of it is often painful and expensive if not impossible.  The earlier it’s detected, the more easily it can be treated and cured.  Wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to detect cancer so early that it could […]


Reporting from RAAD Fest this weekend

By jyoung / 2016-08-02

RAAD Fest is happening Aug 4-7, and I plan to be reporting as much and as “live” as I can. Twitter: @2getyoung Email to subscribe to updates.  You can unsubscribe at any time.


Save Your Brain

By jyoung / 2016-03-12

After 10 months of apparent success with my Telomerase Activation experiment and two months of my successful fat burning and de-inflammation using products from Isagenix, I came across Dr. Michael Colgan and his “Save Your Brain” project:


Hormone Testing Experience

By jyoung / 2016-02-19

Last week (after reading some very lively threads) I realized I really wanted to know my Testosterone and Estrogen levels. I followed the procedure Mike Cernovitch suggests, ordering up an inexpensive sex hormone panel for under $60, went in to a nearby lab and had blood drawn (by an interesting woman from the Ukraine), and […]


Inverted Pyramid

By jyoung / 2016-02-12

Todd Becker at writes: “The inverted pyramid. I have found one additional useful refinement to slow cadence, high intensity training–a refinement which will allow you to get the most out of each training session.  This is the so-called “inverted pyramid” technique described in Dr. Bernstein’s Diabetes Solution.  Dr. Richard Bernstein, an M.D. and engineer who is […]


Solo Exercise with record-keeping

By jyoung / 2016-02-12

For a Body by Science style High Intensity Slow workout, it’s best to keep good records of one’s weights and times, as well as work harder than one might if no one was watching. When no workout buddy is available, try using your smartphone on a tripod to keep a record, like:

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