Here’s some of our favorite articles we came across this week. Hopefully you can find some time to enjoy them this weekend!
Why Quantity Should Be Your Priority | Herbert Lui at Medium.com | “The shorter path to maximized quality is in maximized quantity, and executing on the feedback after each finished product.”
Your Thoughts Can Release Abilities Beyond Normal Limit | Ozgun Atasoy at Scientific American | “Learned associations, such as the association between being an Air Force pilot and having good vision, can alter other cognitive processes, such as visual perception.”
The World is F*ing Insane | Nick Crocker at Medium.com | “If you said to me, go and design a Diabetes store, I would just take you to the supermarket.”
The Math of Salt Loss | Jonathan Toker at Slowtwitch.com | “Much has been written about proper electrolyte and fluid replacement during endurance sports, however I have yet to find a comprehensive mathematical model that illustrates the full scope of struggle between consumption and replacement during the course of an endurance event or long training day.”
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