Never Leave the Playground, part 2

I blogged some time ago a PBS video featuring Stephen Jepson, who is more agile than you are…and at age 72, he’s probably older than you too. I love (and share) his philosophy of active living and “never leave the playground”.  One of the influences of training in parkour is that I’ve gotten in the...

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Parkour and Entrepreneurs

Parkour is to entrepreneurs as golf is to (some) corporate executives. (Previously posted at Forbes.) In the past few years, I’ve taught myself some of the basics of parkour, which is effectively skateboarding without the skateboard.  The goal is to navigate your environment as quickly and efficiently as possible.  The New York Times describes it outdoor...

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ff Venture Capital Holiday Video 2012, with in-office workout

We would like to wish you Happy Holidays from ff Venture Capital! This video gives you a sense of our “fitness office” during the holidays. If you are not familiar with photography memes like “ff-ing”, you might want to look at some related memes: planking, batmanning, and owling. There’s also a few shots of my...

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Never Leave the Playground

If you’re interested in being both physically and mentally fit — regardless of your age — you have to watch this 71-year-old. I definitely share his philosophy that you should “Never Leave the Playground.” I can comfortably guarantee that he can do some tricks that you (and definitely I) cannot do....

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ff Venture Capital profiled in Creative Workspaces Magazine

ff Venture Capital was recently profiled in The Roger, an online magazine that profiles creative workspaces. The feature, titled “Fitness Financed: Motion, Margin, Risk & Reward,” offers an inside look into ff VC’s 5,000 square-foot “fitness office”. The twelve-page spread has beautiful photos of some of our “healthy office” practices, including Pilates balls to replace traditional chairs,...

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Personal Training in Your Hallways

Personal trainer Jake Koenig reached out to us to request to run a minimum viable product trial of his in-office fitness training service.  We’re always glad to help entrepreneurs, and we are a bit obsessed with making our fitness office even more effective, so more than half of our office volunteered to be beta clients....

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