Thank you to SBS's Joel Tozer and to the brave Sarah and Elizabeth for sharing their stories on national TV. Coincidentally, Mallory Miller's article about JMS in America - which I also had a hand in - was published the same day.
A big thank you to Jon Twitch for keeping up to date on the various front groups employed by one of Korea's most notorious and visible cults. And a bigger thank you for allowing me to offer my thoughts on Shinchonji and its many incarnations. http://www.asiapundits.com/mannam-ipyg-sinchonji-another-cult-front/
The hunt is on for fugitive cult leader and owner of the Sewol ferry, Yoo Byung-eun. Join myself and several resourceful friends as we try keep track of this insane cult-related saga.
Sunday, June 1: Back exercising after a week off due to extreme busyness, lack of sleep, and high temperatures. And it felt great to exercise again. I sorely needed today's workout: back, lats, traps, biceps, calves, and a 42-minute uphill treadmill trek/jog:
Monday, June 2: Legs, abs, sides, lower back, some calf raises, and a one kilometer run that wasn't enjoyable at all:
Tuesday, June 3: Chest, shoulders, triceps, and, because they still weren't all that sore, some calf raises.
We're Bach! Finally, a free evening to devote to my music career:
Thursday, May 1: I began May with a legs workout and a short sprint, and it's hard to spring after doing legs:
Friday, May 2: My gym had a foul odor due to some construction work. That didn't stop me exercising, but it did stop me from jumping on the treadmill. Just weights instead: back, biceps, lats, traps, and lower back.
Saturday, May 3: Alternate gym today since my own gym is illegally closed due to the long weekend holiday. Just weights again: chest, shoulders, and triceps.
Tuesday, April 1: Back exercising after one rest day to recover from Sunday's full half marathon: shoulders, chest, triceps, sides, and lower back.
Wednesday, April 2: My legs had recovered by now, so I punished them some more with plenty of weights.
Friday, April 4: Weights and cardio today: back, lats, traps, biceps, calves, and my first run since Sunday's full half marathon, a respectable 3 kilometers in 14 minutes 40 seconds:
Sunday, March 2: I started March with a pretty intense weights session at the Hamilton Hotel: back, biceps, lats, traps, forearms, and calves. I had hoped to start March's campaign the day before, but I forgot that March 1 was a public holiday, and my local two gyms were both closed.
Monday, March 3: A sub-58 minute 10-kilometer run and a core workout. My accident and injury prone calves felt 100%:
Tuesday, March 4: A quick chest, shoulders, and triceps workout. And no more exercise until Saturday due to a 6-hour TV interview shoot, a trip to Immigration, and an orientation for my morning classes. Busy few days!
Saturday, February 1: A whole lot of walking today. I actually went to Itewon intending to go to the gym, but when push came to shrove, I decided to go for a long 4ish-hour long walk instead.
Sunday, February 2: Back to Itweon for a inclined treadmill session and weights: lower back, sides, calves, and traps:
Monday, February 3: Just a whoe lot of walking around walking errands on this the first official day of my vacation. At a rough count, I'd say about almost 7 hours all together.
Tuesday, February 4: A long over due legs and back workout in the gym today: hamstrings, thighs (extensions, presses, squats) back, biceps, and lats.
Wednesday, January 1: 2014 began in my trusty Sunday and public holiday gym in Itewon with a sharp chest, shoulders, triceps, and lower abs workout. 2014 will be the year of the lower abs, hopefully.
Friday, January 3: An all-cardio workout for my first cardio photo of 2014:
Monday, January 6: Back, lats, traps, and biceps, and my first fastish run in a while: