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Combining science with workout

Athlean-X is an awesome site that I have been following for the past several years. It offers a huge variety of different videos about exercising, nutrition and much more. And these videos are always backed up by a scientific explanation about how specific exercises effect our body and what we should definitely keep in mind while working out. I know that Athlean-X is represented also on many other platforms but I have always gained any knowledge that I needed solely based on their Youtube channel. It’s a good place to see when you’d like to learn how to train some specific part of your body and most importantly how to do the exercises correctly. Because if you’re not sure how to perform the exercise it’s better not to do it at all.

Jeff Cavaliere is working with professional athletes and it’s great that he shares much of the knowledge with us without any costs. Of course if you like he has many paid training programs so it’s totally up to you. With nearly 5 million subscribers you can be sure that you’ll get quality information! A lot of the exercises can also be practiced at home so you don’t have to run to the gym immediately :). You can find their channel here:



Synchronizing brainwaves

We’ve been traveling through SE Asia with Anna already for 4,5 months by now. Which means we’ve been together for 24 hours with a few exceptions for 4,5 months :). It has been the greatest adventure of our lives and we’re both extremely grateful for it! During this time we’ve definitely grown more together and I mean it in a very good way but lately we have discovered one more aspect of our everyday lives. It seems that quite often we find ourselves thinking about the same thing. Or starting doing the same thing at the same time without prior agreement. Or one second Anna starts talking about coffee when a split second ago I had an idea of making coffee. Or at the same time when I’m saying shall we go to the beach she says let’s go to the beach. And so on and so on :). These are just some examples but it seems that they are starting to occur more often. Of course in some way they can be explained by the same traditions we have developed on our journey and there are just some things that we like to do quite regularly. But on the other hand it really seems that sometimes our thoughts or brainwaves are somehow connected. Almost like a scientific research but it’s really fun 🙂