As regular readers of this blog already know, I often recommend Dan’s Plan as a system for weight loss, fitness, and all-around health. If you’re in the process of creating your own health system, the infographic below is a great resource. It’s complete, clear, and well-balanced.
The philosophy behind the Dan’s Plan health system is the same as my own — in general try to be more paleolithic, while also embracing the benefits of modern civilization and information technology.
The original post is here.
Good health to you!
A couple more music videos to share today. One of our own (Momu – Rising), directed by Kia Simon. We got up at 3am to make that first sunrise shot. There was a French guy sleeping in the bushes when we got there (Muir Beach). He had a really nice bicycle and full camping gear … some kind of “explore America on a budget” trip I guess. You can buy the album over there on the right (cover art by LEBO).
The second video is by Canadian artist Grimes (Claire Boucher). I like it — mostly because it has lots of medieval weapons in it. Musically, there are incredibly interesting production elements. Stylistically there is a visual melange of Burning Man, hipster-homeless, Britney Spears, Ren Faire, and general LA trashiness. But Grimes is for real. She sailed down the Mississippi on a houseboat, with chickens and a typewriter, reading Mark Twain. Eating only potatoes. Cheers to Grimes.
Porter Robinson’s first music video is fantastic — check it out:
Porter Robinson is a young producer from North Carolina. Among his musical influences he lists the Japanese version of Dance Dance Revolution. A large number of the Konami DDR tracks were written by Jondi & Spesh, so I’ll take a little credit for influencing the next generation of U.S. electronic music artists. ;-)
Surprisingly, the new Momu album “Rising” has already hit #20 in the Beatport Chill-Out charts, and is featured on Beatport’s Chill-Out home page.
If you purchase (or have already purchased) the new Momu album from Beatport, send me an email (jd[at]thisismomu.com) with a proof of purchase (Beatport order receipt), and I’ll add you to my MOMU VHP (Very Helpful People) List. I’ll keep this offer open for the entire month of August.
You can buy the new album on Beatport here.
For the rest of this year and all of next year, you’ll receive an email with me with a download link to every Momu release, high quality 320 mp3 or better, at least four weeks prior to the release date.
This isn’t a contest — everyone who does it gets on the list.
Thanks for listening!