This page functions as a site map of my posts and posts from others that I found to be high quality.- C. D. Chester

## Blogs / Updates

- C. D. Chester's Books 12-27-17 Edition #1
- C. D. Chester's Books 12-27-17 Edition #2
- Other Personal Outlets
- Notable Articles on Medium (UPDATED 6/6/18)
- Response to Kyle Osborne's "What I Learned From Watching Ben Shapiro for a Week"
- Why I Am Genuinely Afraid to Go to Sleep
- I'm an INTJ - A
**Creator Spotlight****Hermeneutic Pragmatism****Acorns Investment**

## Religion

**TBA**; I hade 3 articles by Haden Clark, but he has since changed the URL

## CSULB / Academics

**CSULB****Online Textbooks (some links are dead)****Assignments (Assorted)****Study Guides****Essays / Papers**

**Mathematics**

## Writing Academic Works

- Guidelines for Authors of Scientific Papers for the ICCAT SCRS and Collective Volume Series
- Preparation of Papers in Two-Column Format for the Conference Record of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting
- Preparing Manuscripts for Publication in Psychology Journals: A Guide for New Authors
- Writing a Scientific Research Article by Columbia University
- A Brief Guide to Writing the Philosophy Paper by Harvard College Writing Center
- Essay Writing Guide by Jordan B. Peterson
- LATEX Command Summary
- LATEX Command Summary #2
- LATEX - Aligning Text and Display Functions
- LATEX - Number Sets
- LATEX - Roots
- LATEX - Binomial Theorem
- Simple MS Word Document to EBook Maker

## Philosophy

- A Discussion on Divine Command Theory With a Theistic Friend
- Selected Questions from Doing Ethics (4th Ed.) by Lewis Vaughn Answered (Parts 1-3)
**James Gray**- A Free Introduction to Moral Philosophy by James W. Gray
- Does Morality Require God? by James Gray
- What is Philosophy? James Gray
- How to Become a Philosopher by James Gray
- Contemporary Metaethics - Part 1: My Personal Notes by James Gray
- The Moral Realist Point of View by James Gray
- Two New Kinds of Stoicism by James Gray
- Philosophy Should be an Educational Requirement in High School & College

**Hume: The Essential Philosophical Works****Part I - Prologue****Part II - A Treatise of Human Nature**- Book 1 - Of Understanding
- Part 1 - Of Ideas, Their Origin, Composition, Connexion, Abstraction, etc.

- Book 1 - Of Understanding

## Mathematics

**Calculus**- What are Derivatives
- Euler's Definition of the Derivative
- Symbolic Differentiation
- Weierstrass Substitution
- Fundamental Derivatives and Integrals of Calculus (1)
- Fundamental Derivatives and Integrals of Calculus (2)
- Using Hyperbolic Trigonometric Functions to Extend Inverse Trigonometric Functions Uses
- Complex Analysis Overview
- Introduction to the Gamma Function
- A Brief History of Elliptic Integral Addition Theorems by Jose Barrios
- Double and Triple Integrals in Cartesian, Polar, and Cylindrical Formats
- The Riemann Zeta Function Using The Pythagorean Theorem
**Integration Techniques**- Integration Techniques - Variable Substitution, Trigonometric Substitution, by Parts, and Numerical Approximations
- Integration by Substitution
- Integration by Parts (Single, Repeated, and Tabular)
- Integration by Partial Fraction Decomposition
- Some Useful Integration Techniques
- Advanced Integration - Laplace Transformations, Gamma Function, Digamma Function, Dirichlet Eta Function, Error Function, etc.
- Shell Method (Examples w/ Solutions)
- Disk / Washer Method (Examples w/ Solutions)
- Formula For Integrating Inverse Function

**Proofs**- Using the Product Rule to Obtain the Quotient Rule
- The Complex Inverse Trigonometric and Hyperbolic Functions
- Derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Calculus Derivation of Circumference and Area of a Circle, Volume of a Sphere and Cone Using Integrals
- Derivative of Sine via Definition of the Derivative
- Elementary Proof of Wallis’ Product Formula for π
- Integral Approximations to π w/ Nonnegative Integrands
- Multiplication … But With Sigma Notation?
- Using a Simple Integral to Solve a Much Harder One
- Ramanujan–Sato series (Wikipedia Link)
- Algorithm that Quartically Approached 1/
**π** - Estimating the Number of Regular Polygons in Powers of 2 Needed to Achieve Certain Decimal Place Accuracy of π

**Solved Problems**- Integral of cos(ln(x)) dx: A Third Method Via Euler's Identity
- Ramanujan's Beautiful Master Formula: Integral From 0 to ∞ (e)^(-x^n)sin(x^n) dx
- Integral from 0 to 1 (ln(1/x))^b dx
- Integral from 0 to 1 ln(x)ln(1-x) dx
- Feynman's Trick: Integral from 0 to ∞ [(e^(-x)-e^(-bx))/x] dx
- Integral from 0 to ∞ [x^a/(x^b+1)] dx
- Integral from 0 to 1 [ln(x)/(x-1)] dx
- Integral of (1+[x^2])^(-n) from 0 to ∞
- Integral of [1+(x^g)]^(-n) from 0 to ∞
- Integral of [a(x^n)+b]/[c(x)+d]
- Integral of 1/(x^n+1) from 0 to ∞
- Integral of 1/[(x^3)+1] from 0 to ∞

## Fitness

**Training****Track and Field**- 100m, 200m, and 400m Prediction Formulas
- Using the 30m and 60m to Estimate Other Sprint Times
- 400m Potential Calculator
- 400m Training Overview
- 400m Estimate Using Multiple Linear Regression
- What is the Difference between Speed Endurance, Special Endurance 1, and Special Endurance 2?
- An Examination of Speed Endurance by Gary Winckler (IAAF)
- LA84 FOUNDATION TRACK AND FIELD COACHING MANUAL
- 200m Multiple Linear Regression Estimate (718 Samples)
- Updated Peter Riegel Formula
- Essay Concerning Various Running Model Predictions and Logging by the WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
- Summary of Performance Predictor Formulas
- Runner's Projection Utilities
- Daniel's Running Model
**Understanding Correlations Between Short Sprint Distance Ratios:**

**Freeletics Articles**- Contrast Training Overview by Elinor of Freeletics
- The Principle of Progressive Overload by Seana of Freeletics
- The 3 Pillars of an Athlete’s Holistic Lifestyle by Kate of Freeletics
- Why Not to Neglect Your Calves by Seana of Freeletics
- Metronome Training by Seana of Freeletics
- The Afterburn Effect: Myth or Magic Bullet? by Seana of Freeletics
**Running**

**Targeting Specific Muscles**

**Calories**- Male Fitness Multi-Calculator
- Female Fitness Multi-Calculator
- How Much Time is Required to Reach a Specific BF%?
- Swainson et al. (WHtR) Body Fat Calculator
- Heller Institute of Medical Research Body Fat Calculator
- Calories Burned While Running and Walking v3
- Calories Burned While Walking or Running Calculator
- Stride Length Estimates and Relative Calories Burned
- Estimating Caloric Burn With MET Values and EPOC
- Walking / Running Calories Burned Based On MET
- Radu Antoniu's Macronutrient Plans for Fat Loss and Bulking
- NASM's Macronutrient Plan for Adults/Athletes
- NSCA’s Macronutrient Training Guidelines

**Research Literature**- Fitness Literature v1
- Fitness Literature v2 (34 more than v1)
- Maximal Muscular Potential for Natural Athletes
- Maximal Muscular Potential for Natural Athletes Calculator
- What’s My Genetic Muscular Potential? by Lyle McDonald
- Estimating Fitness Levels: FFMI Method
- How Much Time is Required to Reach a Specific BF%?
- Body Fat Formulas
- VO2 Max and its Relations
- Body weight and body composition changes during military training and deployment involving the use of combat rations: a systematic literature review by Eliza C. Tassone and Bradley A. Baker
- Predicting percentage body fat through waist-to-height ratio

(WtHR) in Spanish schoolchildren by Marrodan et al. - Comparison of body fat estimation using waist:height ratio using different ‘waist’ measurements in Australian adults by Kawaga et al.
- Accuracy of a digital skinfold system for measuring skinfold thickness and estimating body fat by Amaral et al.
- Comparison of predicted body fat percentage from anthropometric methods and from impedance in university students by Arroyo et al.
- Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein, and Amino Acids (2005)
- The assessment of the body fat percentage by skinfold thickness measurements in childhood and young adolescence by DEURENBERG et al.
- Determination of Body Composition by UMass Lowell
- 1RM Formulae and its Applications
- Genetic determinants of regional fat distribution
- Male Strength Standards in Specific Exercises

**Nick Bare Articles****ISSA Articles**- Butt Pain When Sitting by Lindsay Kent
- 9 Foam Rolling Benefits by Erin McGill
- Does Lack of Sleep Hinder Muscle Growth/Performance
- The Right Way to Burn Fat, Not Muscle by Jason Williams
- 3 Science-Backed Methods For Losing Fat by Paul Hovan Jr.
- Mitochondrial Adaptations to Aerobic Training by Ronnie Nicastro
- Losing Weight Too Fast: What are the Long-Term Results by Daniel Gastelu
- Is Cardio Really the Secret to Fat Loss by Paul Hovan Jr.
- Fasted Exercise for Faster Weight Loss by Cameron Baker
- Activity Trackers: Why You Need One and How to Choose
- Are Sit Ups Bad for You? The U.S. Military Seems to Think So by Cameron Baker
- Do Cardio + Strength Training Work Against Each Other by Alex Hoffmann
- Type IIa Muscle Fibers: Training For Explosiveness
- It's Time to Ditch the 1-Time/Week Muscle Mentality by Mark Chua
- DOMS - Why Some People Suffer More Than Others by Dominique Groom
- The ABC's of Strength Training by Ronnie Nicastro
- Bodybuilding Methods + Traditions (P1) by Josh Bryant
- Why You Should Choose Intensity Over Duration by Camy Kennedy
- Is HIIT for Everyone by Sara Fleming
- HIIT Overview by Fred H. and Josh B.
- I'm a Certified Trainer, So Why Do I Need One by Eric Brody
- How Much Do Personal Trainers Make?
- Personal Trainers: Independent Contractor vs. Employee by Varg Freeborn
- Where to Work as a Personal Trainer
- Kids + Strength Training: When Can They Start? by Christian Klein
- Considerations for Common Overtraining Injuries
- Exercises for Knee Pain
- Exercises for IT Band Syndrome
- How to Relieve Tight Muscles in the Neck + Shoulders by Dr. Scott Hoar
- Considering Compression Gear? by Dominique Groom
- How to Deal With Plantar Fasciitis by Dr. Scott Hoar

**Runner's World Articles**- How Many Calories Are You Really Burning? by Amby Burfoot
- The 25 Golden Rules of Running by Dan Fuehrer
- 6 Rules for Figuring Out How Many Miles to Run a Week by Ashley Mateo
- Are You a Quad-Dominant Runner? by Cassie Shortsleeve
- Is Heart Rate Training Right for You? by Heather Irvine
- Define Your Training Zones by Alex Hutchinson
- How Do I Know if I'm Recovered After a Workout by Susan Paul
- Tracking Fitness w/ the Heart Rate-Running Speed Index by Alex Hutchinson
- Differences Between Fartlek, Tempo, and Interval Runs by Jenny Hadfield
- Tempo Runs Increase Speed and Endurance by Karen Asp
- Find Your Tempo by Richard Lovett
- How to Find Your Sweat Rate by Amby Burfoot
- How much Sodium is Actually Bad for You? by Matthew Kadey
- Polarized Training by Alex Hutchinson
- Training Pace Calculator by the Editors
- HIIT for Runners Guide by Selene Y. and Cindy K.
- How Training Helps You Handle Pain by Alex Hutchinson
- How Much Does Music Help During Running by Editors

**Active Articles****Competitor Running Articles**- 3 Keys to Running With Better Form by Jay Dicharry
- How Long/Far Should You Run by Kevin Beck
- Hit the Hills, Reap the Benefits by Jeff Gaudette
- Advance Your Fitness With Progression Runs by Brad Hudson
- Is Running Good For Weight Loss? by Kelly O'Mara
- The Dangers of Under Fueling by Monique Ryan
- Nutrition Tips to Stay Injury-Free by Adam Kelinson
- Racing Weight: How Much Should You Weigh? by Matt Fitzgerald
- Manipulating Carbohydrate Availability to Improve Running Performance by Ian McMahan
- How Should I Breathe When I Run? by Kelly O'Mara
- Understanding Your Tempo Runs by Mario Fraioli
- 5 Common Running Form Mistakes by Brandon Laan
- A Physical Therapist's Take On Running Mechanics by Dana Reid
- Why Asymmetry Might Not Be as Bad as They Say by Laura Peill
- 2 Running Metrics You Can Rely On by Laura Peill
- Is There An Ideal Running Form by Thomas Michaud
- How to Break Out of Your Running Rut by Jeff Gaudette
- Avoid Mileage for Mileage's Sake by Kevin Beck
- The 10% Rule: Fact or Fiction? by Jeff Gaudette
- What's the Real Benefit of Recovery Runs? by Matt Fitzgerald

**My Fitness Pal Articles****Bodybuilding.com**

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