Author: Man Down

Sputnik Mettle

After completing the laborious monthly task of clearing out all the #slackbot spam from my channels last night, YHC came across the need for a Highlands Mettle Q the following morning. For various reasons, my workout attendance has been a bit spotty the past several weeks, and once the deceleration starts it is tough to […]

Consistent Ethics for the Value of Life

in 1983 President Ronald Reagan signed into law the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, to be celebrated every year on the third Monday of January. The following year, 1984, the same president signed a proclamation to observe the Sanctity of Human Life Day on the third Sunday in January to coincide with […]

Fortunately Unfortunately

Ever played the “Fortunately Unfortunately” game with your kids? It’s a fun one to do on road trips or when sitting around a campfire. One person starts a story with a sentence, then the second person continues the story using either “fortunately” or “unfortunately” to continue the story, then the third person continues with the […]

Unforgettable Memory Games at Rolling Stone

First off, DEMENTIA SUCKS!!! There, got that out of my system. So, I’ve been wanting to put together a workout that would both provide a solid beatdown and honor my father, Larry Zufall, who has Parkinson’s Disease Dementia. Husband, father of six, faithful friend, lover of Jesus, farm-raised, college-educated, IBM retiree, mechanic, builder, sage. I […]

Skywalker’s Mental Health Assessment

#f3mentalbattle 1 out of every 4-5 men deal with a significant Mental Battle on any given day. An average of 130 Americans commit suicide every day. Men are 4 times more likely to die from suicide than women. The Mental Battle has many faces – Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, OCD, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, […]