Tough? At 2 pounds, 14 ounces, how could Henry be considered tough?
Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.
Josh’s quiz results surprised him — but here’s what he came to realize about himself.
The battle against time: Josh Magill talks about watching his son grow up.
Does fitness depend on your state? Josh Magill discusses.
Josh Magill remembers his first plane trip.
Josh Magill shares the important lesson he learned from his father many years ago.
Josh Magill looks back at all of the men who helped shaped the man he became, and is grateful for them this Father’s Day.
Josh Magill sets out to find the gravestones of his ancestors, and comes away with the feeling he had found home.
Josh Magill and his brother don’t share the same biological father. But they share the perfect role model—the guy they both call “dad”.
“You catch ‘em, you clean ‘em. That’s the rule. Right, dad?”
Josh Magill did not understand the commitment, the mindset, the strength or the pain it took to truly be a cyclist. But he wanted to know, so he responded with: “Deal. Ten hours.”
I fear the future; I’m afraid I’ll ruin the life of my son.
Josh Magill explores the connection between childhood and the art of the sportswriter.
Josh Magill follows up his brave GMP post; ‘I Am a Man and I Am Fat’ that resonated with readers with this account of how he found the will to kick his ass—and the fat.
Josh Magill provides insight into the conundrum of control faced by Masterminds—like him.