December 16, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

Two types of motivation: Pain or Pleasure. Which do you use for the best outcomes in your life? For me, and I think this is true for most people, I use a combination of the two. I would love to say here that I make all my decisions  based on my long term positive goals…

December 15, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

All movement is spiritual. And when I say spiritual I mean there is something that is going on that is affecting the way we experience life when we move. From the outside we call it our chemicals that are changing, the little molecules that populate our body are shifting, getting jarred up, worked and stressed,…

December 13, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

The Webster definition is “ A state of well-being and contentment” At first I thought this was a little vague but then after a thought I realized that this is almost like a natural background noise, an underlying feeling, a backdrop to the stage of your life that must be present in order for you…

December 12, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

Most of my posts for the next month or so will be sections cut out from my new book “The Mysticism of Movement” which will be out by early Spring 2018. so in light of that here’s a piece from the intro: Keep it Easy If you’re like me then you like things easy, but…

December 12, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

I don’t believe in a one size fits all approach, nor do I believe that one thing is good in perpetuity. Diet is supposed to be as diverse and varied as the world around us. And while a strict paleo diet can be super heavy on meat and fat and can be best in the…

December 12, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

Do you have at least an hour a day to work on long term goals that focus on the bigger better picture for your life? Maybe after you work on it for an hour and it may be easier to keep going, and who knows? You may end up at three or four hours spent…

December 7, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

As the infamous marketing genius Gary Halbert said: “Motion beats Meditation.” So get out there and do something, there will be plenty of demons to fight, might as well not make inertia one of them.

December 5, 2017 thebicycledaily No comments exist

Everyone wants to increase the cheddar in their pockets and make it rain where ever they walk. But the simple steps are sometimes illusive and so easy to make a drudgery of that I decided to write about my favorite stuff on getting some more of that green stuff in your life. Drink water: It’s…