• Evolving Toward Modern Human Behavior

    August 15, 2022

    We evolved from living opportunistically day-to-day with immediate gratification to longer, more complex hunting trips and delayed gratification. The trend over time is simple to complex.

  • Two Sides of Neolithic

    August 2, 2022

    In less than 10,000 years, humans have so altered the climate of our planet that we as a species (as well as thousands of other species) are facing a growing existential crisis.

  • The Evolutionary Origin of Exercise Mismatch Issue#2

    July 20, 2022

    Why do so many people struggle to exercise consistently? Or exercise at all? Goethe said if you want to understand something, go to the origin. If we want to understand our deepest motivations, we return again to human evolutionary history.

  • Origins and Consequences of Evolutionary Mismatch Issue#1

    July 6, 2022

    We human beings are built for scarcity. Not abundance. Because of our deeply evolutionary rooted taste for sweetness, we are extremely vulnerable to all these sugar and corn syrup foods that line our grocery store shelves. But there is hope. Given what we know now, it is possible to live a longer, healthier, happier life than ever before in history. Read on to learn how.

  • Education of a Coach Issue#2

    June 22, 2022

    Before I continue to share my “new” updated lifestyle or way of life, I want to clarify where I am coming from.I was born in 1944. I was 12 years old when I got my first full-time job. I learned to swim when I was 9 years old. Each summer after that my parents bought me another set of 9 lessons at the Clyde Devine Swim School.

  • Inflammation and Aging - continued Issue#1

    June 7, 2022

    From the earliest prehistoric times, infection was the predominant cause of death. For example, infection is the cause of death in 60% of wild chimpanzees. Professor Finch also explains and documents every point he makes. Of his textbook’s 600 pages, at the back of his book is a 200 page bibliography of reference books and peer-reviewed scientific studies.