I bit the bullet and bought Battle for Azeroth, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft. I wasn’t planning to go back to the game this time, but old habits die hard, and I have friends to make it a healthy, fun experience.
Earlier this year (or maybe it was late last year — I don’t remember), I decided to transition away from the Geek Fitness brand into a new one: RunningShoes.tv. I think that was an oopsie, so I’m back and gonna be better than ever.
Geektitude was added to the Geek to Geek podcast network and we’re doing #yogaeverydamnday
My favorite geek and nerd fitness blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels, and Instagram accounts. Now go make some fitgeek friends!
I avoided LEGO video games for years, but later titles have improved the series so that the exploration, combat, and pacing is so much better. I’m all in.
Looking back, I think it’s kind of fun that one of my earliest and fondest memories involves two of my favorite things—video games (technically) and running
Book 3 in my science fiction trilogy, the Technomage Archive, has been released in audiobook and is available on Amazon and Audible
Until I went to Hogwarts, I weighed 310 pounds. Now, I’m 170 after changing my lifestyle based on what I learned there.
Buying for the the geeks is hard, so you need this handy-dandy nerdy gift guide. But you probably aren’t just surrounded by geeks, but fitness fanatics, too
Drink more water by putting something (like ubber bands) on your water bottle, and you can magically see how much water you’ve drunk during the day. It’s awesome, and it’s simple.