1. IPlayDart

    Why YOU Need To Grow Up

    Nothing is more dangerous to our society than men who never grow up. Men who are still at home at 25 and spend more time in Fortnite than in their future, than in their skills, than in their work. Nothing good comes from men who don't grow up. You sit on your phone and watch one stupid YT...
  2. DDRB

    Why is my instinct anti-carb (and even anti-peat ?) ?

    I read a lot about carbohydrates and their supposed importance for oxidative metabolism, CO2, thyroid hormones etc. I also watched a number of videos from personalities known to advocate very high carb diets, such as McDougall, Douglas Graham, Furhman etc and various fitness youtubers with...
  3. I


    I want to hear anything you guys have to say in regards to sustaining motivation/willpower and focus over long periods of time. I am very much a 'doer' and I am most happy when I am working furiously towards a goal. I feel absolutely euphoric when I am in this state, and I want to maximise it...
  4. BestSinceDAYONE

    Looking for help, lacking motivation, Carnivore

    So, I am so used to the carnivore diet and adrenaline that's how I get everything I need to done. Some of us need a kick in the pants. But I am worried about the long term effects of stress and this way of thinking. I also think it is hurting my memory, I get up without an alarm clock at 6:30...
  5. S

    Lack Of Motitvation Energy

    I been following a peat based diet / supplement / hormone plan for awhile and once in awhile i feel good but usually i feel tired and very unmotitvated I take thyroid, preg., DHEA, vit E, zinc, HCG breakfast: Coffee, orange juice, coconut oil, liver, gelatin, coconut sugar lunch: salt, orange...
  6. W

    Motivation. Diet Or Psychological?

    I had a thought this morning... We always talk about how our diet directly affects our motivation. We always say "My diet has been great the past week... i've felt very motivated" or "I ate something "bad"... and i've been very unmotivated." Is motivation the product of a healthy diet/body...
  7. R

    Enhancing Motivation And Overcoming "Learned Helplessness"

    When you are sick, stressed, and hypothyroid, it can be difficult to muster the motivation for routine tasks, much less for long term projects like pursuing a degree, developing a new skill, assuming new responsibilities at work or at home, improving relations with loved ones, or repairing your...