Peter Attia has had a huge influence on the development of my nutritional and fitness regimes. I've always liked his pragmatic point of view and data-driven approach to science. For example, his elegant three-dimension nutritional framework gracefully depicts the levers at reach for dietary regulation. This time around, in his latest appearance in the Tim Ferriss Show, he nerds out about the structural benefits of improving movement by focusing on the four components of exercise: stability, strength, aerobic efficiency, and anaerobic performance.
Do you know that feeling when somebody acutely writes down something you had a sense of but always struggled to pin down? This is exactly what Julie Zhuo has done in her recent post at Future, the brand new a16z' publication. In there, she goes deep into what she calls Product Thinking, or the skill of knowing what makes a product useful — and loved — by people.
#TIL the Space Task Group was initially favoring direct ascent, instead of Lunar orbit rendezvous, as the procedure for landing humans on the Moon. It was only after engineer John Houbolt' endless perseverance — and public discredit — that it was taken into consideration.— Marc Collado (@MarcCollado) August 8, 2019
We buy things we don't need, to impress people we don't like.
—— Fight Club
Published on June 27, 2021