Interview with Bikram

Interview with Bikram Choudhury For this memorial day I will share an interview with the founder of Bikram Yoga. Someone sent me this and I actually went looking for an interview from a few years …

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Not hip to it.

from Sketchblog: DayBooks. I was thinking about my own moveable sacrum when I worked on this drawing.  Sometimes it feels like I have my own spiral binding that simply goes out of whack now and …

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Perseverance will further

When I was fifteen some friends and I got the I Ching, the Chinese Book of Changes. Is is a book where you can throw some coins, decipher the reading that goes with the particular …

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Planking?

Anyone who has taken my yoga class knows that I love all forms of plank pose. They are great for the core. But this might be takings things a bit too far into the world of …

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Born to box?

Bipedal Evolution At first I thought this might have been a satire but it isn’t. I thought I would share it because I am always interested in theories about why we came to stand and …

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The other foot.

I can’t think of the foot without thinking of the hand.  They reflect each other, inform each other.  And I can be clumsy with both sets of appendages.  It feels so great when they feed …

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Bells Palsy

On June 17th last year I woke up with half a face. It was a bizarre and rather horrible experience that I wouldn’t wish on anyone. I know we are supposed to learn from these …

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Don’t step in it.

  Sketchblog: DayBooks It always makes me dizzy to draw the foot, even when it’s my own, which is generally the case.  The layering and interaction of bones is truly incomprehensible.  No wonder facing the …

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Back flip contest

Check out Jason Pierre Paul of the New York Giants. He is 6’5″, 270 lbs and does thirteen consecutive back flips. The thing to watch is his unbelievable form. He never wavers. Each flip is …

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