There is a reason why Brits retire in Spain or why the Scandinavian countries are half empty. The Sun. The Sun is the giver of life, and it has been there forever. Worshiped by every civilization as the God, it couldn’t be any less, as there is no existence in this plane without it.
It is fuckin’ time. We live in a nursery society where we haven’t grown past age 5. We have to be extremely careful with things, just in case. We have to do as everyone else does, just in case. We have to watch our words not to offend others, just in case. We look up at people who ‘have a name’, just in case. We have to say sorry when someone else steps on our foot. FUCK THAT. Where did we leave our strength, honour, resilience and sovereignty?
Learn how to hold a f***in’ microphone/dumbbell.
Put some blood, grit, purpose, passion, rigour, in your grip!
For a long time the mind-emotions-body connection has sparkled my interest. It makes sense, therefore, that Singing and Fitness are the disciplines that define me the most. It’s always a good sign when mainstream science doesn’t recognize something, it usually means it contradicts their statements to date, so they discard it by saying it’s impossible or that it doesn’t exist. Bloody ignorance. What we know as science is a lie, because it only recognizes what can be perceived by the 5 senses at a given point/period in time/space, which is only a fraction of everything that exists. We basically live in a system based on history/science/education that exclusively serve the ones who rule.
I won’t lie, it upsets me to the bone seeing fitness people pushing for heavier loads and higher volumes, to build muscle, burn fat, look the best, be the fastest, be the strongest, the biggest, etc. and their breathing is not only poor, but quite often nonexistent🤣😠. As the singer that I am, this “let me puff out my chest so that I look like I’m breathing” offends my soul. Not only that, but their coordination and balance were forgotten sometime between their conception day and their birthday (i.e. never addressed).
How many times have you heard the case of someone who developed a chronic condition, or even died, and still they were super fit and healthy? The answer to that is inflammation. Overdoing it. Could be oxidative stress or some sort of metabolic dysfunction. It specially happens to the “cardio” people (marathon runners, cyclists), but also the “HIIT” ones (bootcampers, crossfitters… including myself at some point – you just feel it), and the Powerlifters and Olympic lifters, because of the excessive metabolic demand.