8 Reasons to add Brussels Sprouts to your meals forever

These weird looking little cabbages are an absolute winner when it comes to healthy meals. They are full of goodness and they taste absolutely delicious, especially when roasted with with some pancetta and olive oil, topped with some parmesan. Mine and my girlfriend’s absolute favorite. Brussels Sprouts were first cultivated in ancient Rome, but nowContinue reading “8 Reasons to add Brussels Sprouts to your meals forever”

Is Impossible Foods™ is making it possible?

The fourth fastest growing brand in the United States is not in the Silicon Valley, even though you might think it is. It is Impossible Foods™, a product that is changing the way we eat, even fast-food chain Burger King has had a trial with the Impossible Whopper in more than 7000 locations in theContinue reading “Is Impossible Foods™ is making it possible?”

What will change in the world of fitness?

Since a few years we have seen a great number of innovations in the fitness industry. With wearable tech dominating the past few years, it has shaped a craze around measuring all kinds of performance metrics. Everyone is now a professional athlete. Will we need personal trainers in the future or will your PT beContinue reading “What will change in the world of fitness?”

5 Highly successful people to follow in 2020

It’s almost time for those cheesy New Year’s resolutions that will last until the end of January, until we fall back into our old habits. There are times in our lives where it seems easier to start a new pattern. Mostly these times happen when something emotional happens. A death of a close friend canContinue reading “5 Highly successful people to follow in 2020”

Get cold now, thank yourself later

It’s slowly starting to get cold in Europe. You stare outside the window and see the big shining ball of sun but when you step outside and take the first breath your brain shrinks into a small little raisin for a second. Or if you are from the Nordic countries you simply just walk outContinue reading “Get cold now, thank yourself later”

The end of humanity 2.0 – from ape to AI

We are evolving. Evolution for the past 50,000 years has been rather slow, with little change in the way humans behave. Yes there have been significant advancements and very advanced ancient civilizations. However, once electricity became a normal part of our households and computers too, there have been mind – blowing advances in science andContinue reading “The end of humanity 2.0 – from ape to AI”

A bottle from the future for the present

It’s almost 2020. Time for a little update on the project. Next year, Fusion Kinetic is launching a completely new type of product. For all the fitness lovers out there, this will be a new tool for you to optimise your gym sessions. It all started with a simple idea. How can ordinary shakers andContinue reading “A bottle from the future for the present”

Weight training is better than running

I am a runner at heart. When I was 8 years old I used to run through apple plantages in my home town, believing I was Aragorn from the Lord of the Rings, on a mission to slay some orks. Are you Aragorn or Gimli? It is always hard to say that one type ofContinue reading “Weight training is better than running”

Why everyone should meditate

This topic might seem strange related to fitness. The thing is, when you are trying to achieve something, your 100 kg bench press, starting your own business or simply feeling better, you need to get your head straight. The mental aspect of achieving is the most important one. The first thing that mediation can helpContinue reading “Why everyone should meditate”

Whey protein leads to weight gain (what they got wrong again)

Let’s take a deep breath before this post. Done? Great. It is absolutely frustrating researching about whey protein and its effects, harmful or not. There is so much half baked research floating around which makes it extremely hard to get a clear picture about the reality of whey protein. Whey is one of the bestContinue reading “Whey protein leads to weight gain (what they got wrong again)”