I put together all of my sports theories in a book over the weekend. I guarantee that you’ll never look at sports the same way again. Get your copy now.
We use this term is several of our recent posts. It’s an idea that needs further explanation. I’ll start by summarizing our theory of time perception in the brain: proportional to stress. So the more […]
We recently explored the athletic head. What about the rest of us? A bigger skull means a lower likelihood of stroke. The bigger the skull, the lower the chance of it reaching its pressure limit. […]
We’ve written about race in sports before. That’s actually where this whole thing started unraveling for me. There’s a statistical discrepancy in the skull size of black people and others: they’re smaller. There’s some debate […]
Watching the World Series this past week begs a single question? Why can’t pitchers hit? Before you say because of their builds, think about those outfielders who are built like pitchers, and can hit. Use […]
Heavy sweating, if you’re an athlete, can be dangerous or even deadly. So what causes it and can it be prevented? What do we know about hyperhidrosis? Some people sweat a lot. This is what […]
As always, let’s start somewhere completely unrelated: adolescence. Think about this for a moment: if our brains control our bodies, do we control our own adolescence? We always talk about puberty like it’s some event […]
Steph Curry is a good golfer…a really good golfer. He essentially competed on the professional level, and didn’t embarrass himself. So how does that connect to being clutch? Bear with me. Here’s why his golf ability […]