How is it that a single celled organism with no nervous system, no nucleus, and no membrane-bound organelles – called a prokaryote – is able to navigate environments, avoid predation, and move toward sources of energy?

It’s quite possible that the answer has to do with fascia – a connective tissue that supports structures as a living matrix and may be capable of acting as a kind of ‘logic circuit’. And what’s more is that we have one of those too. And if you stick with me, I’ll show you why this might be crucial to optimizing your performance.

"It’s going to be fascianating."