July 2010 Listening Diary!

July 1 - 9: I began July by listening to the end of James Horner's Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan score and the beginning of his sequel score to Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock, both recently expanced and remastered by Film Score Monthly, while on the treadmill.

June 2010 Fitness Diary!

Tuesday, June 1: Seventy-five minutes in the gym to kick off my June fitness campaign: back, traps, lats, biceps, sides, abs, and 2.5 steep km on the treadmill:

Acupuncture Treatment For A Strained Right Lat Muscle

Oops (I use that word a lot) I recently strained my right lat muscle and last week I visited a local acupuncture clinic to see if some ancient Chinese wisdom could help me out:

June 2010 Listening Diary!

Oops, I almost let June pass by without a listening diary, but some unexpected free time late at night on June 22 sees me beginning this post as I cast my mind back and try to remember what I've been listening to these past few weeks.

How to Make a Delicious Banana Pancake!

Yum! I bought some pancake mix recently and have been making tons of dscrumptious banana pancakes. Here's my secret recipe set to the groovy 1960s sounds of compsoer John Williams:

And watch out for that second egg. There was something very very wrong with it: it felt wrong, looked wrong, smelt wrong, and tasted wrong.

Goodbye Lost!

To mark the end of Lost and Michael Giacchino's brilliant musical score, I put together this video featuring some of my favorite Lost musical moments:

May 2010 Fitness Diary!

Saturday, May 1: A slow 15 km jog this morning taking a route that a few months ago I never imagined I could jog:

May 2010 Listening Diary!

May 1 - 5: I began May with something of a change in pace. Instead of the orchestral strains of film scores, it was the the wild strains of Steve Vai's magical guitar that filled my ears as I explored his latest live CD, Where The Other Wild Things Are:

April 2010 Fitness Diary!

Thursday, April 1: My April fitness campaign began with a 65-minute gym session: 4 km on the treadmill, a legs workout, and one skipping set of 230 jumps. 22 days, 19 hours, and 42 minutes to my first half marathon!

Saturday, April 3: Today was my first time time to use my new SwimP3 in a 50-meter pool and the experience was simply amazing. Best electronic since my automatic bread slicer.

2010 MBC Half Marathon!

Sunday, April 25: My first ever half marathon!

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