- Neuroplasticity – An In-Depth Guide to How it Works and How to Transform Your Brain
- Training to Develop Synaesthesia for Improved Memory and Maths Ability (Theoretically)
- How to Train Like Bruce Lee for Insane Power and Speed
- A Complete Guide to Transhumanism
- The Surface Pro 3 – Ideal Productivity for Web Entrepreneurs
- Can You Bench Press a Dinosaur??
- The Neuroscience of Genius And Increasing Intelligence
- How Caffeine Affects Neurotransmitters and Profoundly Changes Your Brain
- A Detailed Guide to Your Brain – So You Can Start Hacking It
- Almost Every Bodyweight Exercise Ever (150+ Moves)
All posts by Adam Sinicki
Think Like a Programmer: A Crash Course in How Coding Works
Steve Jobs said that everyone should learn to program because it would help them to think. This is something I agree with whole-heartedly and in my experience, learning to code has helped me to become more analytical...
- Posted April 17, 2017
A New Approach to Training (And Understanding) Working Memory for a Potentially Huge Boost in Cognition
I used to think that working memory training was one of the dullest and most inane forms of brain training out there. It always seemed odd to me that people interested in cognitive enhancement would dedicate such...
- Posted March 23, 2017
The Hero’s Journey: Why We Are Called to Action and Adventure and How Breath of the Wild Captures This Perfectly
Every now and then on this site, I have been known to get a little nerdy. That’s about to happen again. That’s because I just want to say that I think Legend of Zelda: Breath of the...
- Posted March 17, 2017
Are Taller People Stronger? Do Shorter People Look More Muscular?
Going to the gym is hard if, like me, you’re 5’8’’ (and a bit). For starters, it will take me a lot more work to become stronger than my significantly taller friends. Even if I pack a huge...
- Posted March 2, 2017
How to Think Like Einstein
A lot of people who are interested in brain training or nootropics will focus on aspects like memory, focus or verbal fluency. That’s all cool for sure, but what I find much more interesting, are things like creativity, insight...
- Posted February 17, 2017
My War-Like Approach to Training for Building Size, Strength and Endurance
When I head to the gym, I have two things on my mind. One is to improve my performance in as many capacities as possible – explosive power, endurance, speed (with some concessions to aesthetics) – and...
- Posted February 10, 2017
Cognitive Visualization Training: Running ‘Software’ in Your Brain to Enhance Working Memory and More
When you think of brain training, you probably imagine using some kind of game or app to solve puzzles or challenges. For example, Dual-N-Back training – which can improve working memory – involves remembering sequences of sounds...
- Posted January 27, 2017
Dark Chocolate: A Powerful Muscle Building Food and Nootropic?
The technical name for the cacao plant is Theobroma cacao, literally meaning ‘drink of the gods’. The name alludes to its popularity among Mesoamerican elites, who would enjoy drinking cocoa as a warm beverage. But turns out, it...
- Posted January 9, 2017
The Philosophy of Bruce Lee – On Flow, Self-Actualization, Creativity, Willpower and More
What made Bruce Lee such an icon was not his portfolio of martial arts films, but rather his philosophy. This is what elevated him above other film stars at the time and cemented him as a legend...
- Posted December 29, 2016
What is Chi Control? Advanced Techniques From Martial Arts for Bodybuilding and Athletics
Even within martial arts, chi is something of a controversial topic. Practitioners can’t even decide on how it’s spelled: is it ‘chi’, ‘qi’ or ‘ki’? All we really know is that the spelling ‘qi’ comes in super...
- Posted December 12, 2016