Mental Workout


It takes stamina to work out every morning, so if you do, then give yourself credit because you deserve it. I have been working out for over forty years. It all started when I was twelve years-old and my father made me a set of weights in the garage. He poured hot molten lead into tomato sauce cans and set iron bars into them as my siblings and I watched in awe. We always had the best Dad on the block and now he was the God of Fire and the Olympics to us.


He made an 8mm movie of my scrawny body, marked my height and weight on the door jam and put me on a body building program. That was forty-eight years ago and I still work out almost every day. The most important thing I remember him teaching me back then was the importance of breathing into the muscle during a workout.


Mental Stamina

Practicing Kundalini yoga develops mental and emotional stamina as well as physical stamina. This strength and endurance is accomplished using breathing as body-mind-soul technology. Strong breathing creates a strong body and mind. If you want to change your life really fast, then immediately enhance your breathing by metabolizing as much oxygen as possible.

Right As Rain

Rainy weather is great for full, deep breathing. I’ve been walking around when the rain let’s up and even when it’s coming down light. I love the rain because it is rare. Rare as rain.


Blogging Stamina

Running around in the rain and working out gives me the stamina to keep up this blog. Kundalini yoga and breathing techniques give me something to write about. Exposing crime and corruption is very rewarding. I want to accomplish something over-the-top in a Truman Capote kind of way. Helping put child sex offenders and corrupt politicians in prison would make me very happy. It could also make a new career for me as an investigator.

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.