Take 5 for Friday 2-9-18

Take 5 for Friday 2-9-18

(1) Top Podcasts of the Week:

Joe Rogan Experience:

MMA SHOW #014. Joe Rogan sits down with the current UFC Welterweight fighter Matt Brown

Episode #1074. 2/6/18 Cameron Hanes is a bowhunting athlete, “training intensively each and every day to become the Ultimate Predator” and he also has a podcast available on iTunes called Keep Hammering with Cameron Hanes. Go back and listen to any of the episodes with Cameron Hanes, this dude is a rare specimen and Joe and him are great buddies which makes the conversation that much better.

Episode #1073. 2/4/18 Steven Pinker is  a cognitive psychologist, linguist, and popular science author. He is Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, and is known for his advocacy of evolutionary psychology and the computational theory of mind. His new book “Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress” will be released in February 2018.

New Podcasts we started listening too this week: MeatEater Podcast with Steven Rinella – Hunt. Fish. Listen. (I will update episode later)

5am Miracle with Jeff Sanders: 12/7/17 Wim Hof, Cold Exposure and Radical Breathing Techniques

(2)Products of the week that We Use to Boom Our Life Everyday:

-Force of Nature  all-purpose cleaning product of the future.  Packs the same punch as bleach but no bleach – just 3 simple ingredients. (water, salt and vinegar but with a little technology added – An electrical current that changes the property of the 3 ingredients – Go check out our Boom Product Review we did this week.

Amazon Prime membership – if you don’t have an amazon prime membership, what are you thinking? You can get anything on amazon and with a $99/annual prime membership you now qualify for free same-day delivery on more than a million items and 1- and 2-hour delivery with Prime Now on tens of thousands of items, plus a lot of other bonus features from instant video and music streaming to access to over 800,000+ ebooks and so much more. I really only use it for the great shipping deal but Checkout this consumer report on the pros and cons of amazon prime and decide for yourself

(3) Five Newsletters we Follow: You may be wondering how we find out about all this cool shit? One way we advance our brains is by following others that do the same:

-Tim Ferris and his 5 bullet Friday I am not sure who came up with the 5 bullet-Friday concept but I have been following Tim’s for a couple years now. His 5 bullet Friday has inspired us to do mimic his approach to providing awesome information in a quick way each week. Go see for yourself and subscribe to his weekly 5 bullet Friday newsletter.

-Geoff Lawton and his Friday Five NewsletterEvery week he squeezes 60 hours of permaculture into 3 minutes. Every Friday at 9 am EST, you’ll get a very short email with 5 bullet-points of things we consider fascinating, engaging, or quirky. Immediate access to our newly-published videos, including some that will not be available anywhere else. Topics: Permaculture, climate change, off-grid-living, aquaponics, beyond organic, and lots more.

-Justin Rhodes @ abundantpermaculture.com he sends newsletters out once a week, sometimes more, not necessarily on Friday offering up a lot of permaculture advice – mostly on chicken keeping but he is one smart permaculturist helping bring back the family farm and enhancing agriculture practices.

Ben Greenfield’s Weekly Roundup – In one convenient post, you’re about to discover the most important things he noticed this week, including the latest news from the fronts of fitness, nutrition, health, wellness, biohacking and anti-aging research, the top photos, videos and stories from this week, upcoming events and speaking appearances, giveaways, specials and a host of other things you may have missed.

Daily OmEvery weekday, DailyOM will send you inspirational thoughts and articles for a happy, healthy and fulfilling day. 

(4)Apps we use everyday to boom our life and stay on our health game: (Apps available on Apple App Store and Google Play !)

Downdog App for all your vinyasa yoga needs – a studio like yoga experience in the comfort of your own home I have been using this app for a year now and

Daily Calm – Their mission is to make the world healthier and happier through the super power of meditation and mindfulness.  The app offers a free 10 minute meditation  everyday or become a subscriber and have access to 100s of different mediations.

THENX app – Thenx is designed to teach anyone the secret techniques and knowledge of bodyweight training. These programs have been tested and developed over many years by professional instructors and athletes to provide the most direct and simplistic format to excel in calisthenics fitness and ability. In these programs you will face challenges, but the skills and abilities that you will develop through proper guided progression is obtainable by anyone from any age or any fitness level. The content provided is designed in short video format with the purpose to convey the techniques and exercises at your own pace, ensuring proper form to be easily repeated, personalizing your workout experience.

(5)@theBoomstead projects of the week: Tax Season is here – so I have been focusing on that exciting stuff. Guy  started putting the bunny guard up and hopefully we will finish it and the gates this weekend if the weather is nice. This week we have a consult with our neighbors to help them figure out how to amp up their garden and growing abilities…permaculture style.   We also have to do a recycle run into town – for being “off-grid” we still accumulate to much plastics and recycle material, One of our main goals every day is to consume less and produce more for ourselves. So a Project we will start this coming week is Growing Micro Greens @theboomstead in our tiny house, we will post a blog about it soon, but. but this is one way we can all produce nutrient dense food @ home without taking up a lot of space.

Have a booming Weekend my buddies!!!

@traconanda


Take A boom Quote:

Good planning and action always make use of an opportunity in time — the “moment.” -Ben Falk

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