It sounds like you’ve had quite a bit of project management experience. In my opinion, if you already have enough project management experience, and are interested in furthering your career in project management, you should get the PMP certification rather than the CAPM certification. In my experience, the PMP is more valued and can land you more interviews and more jobs. Other people may have differing opinions, of course, but I believe the PMP will serve you better if you can get it, or if you have a path toward getting what you need in order to qualify for it (the work experience hours leading and directing projects in particular).
Are you crazy ???
Everything you said is partly a crap and many will suffer from injuries and no growth results if they follow your advices.
Going on a routine and not leaving it is not the thing
choosing the right routine for your best growth
You said 52 weeks a year
Are you insane
Training for the whole year every day
i know training more will increase gains but if you will keep on training and don’t give your muscles rest they won’t grow because training will only break your muscles
your body needs rest to grow
and if you keep on training you will just lose your muscles
The hacker ethos and community as I have described it here long predates the emergence of Linux after 1990; I first became involved with it around 1976, and, its roots are readily traceable back to the early 1960s. But before Linux, most hacking was done on either proprietary operating systems or a handful of quasi-experimental homegrown systems like MIT's ITS that were never deployed outside of their original academic niches. While there had been some earlier (pre-Linux) attempts to change this situation, their impact was at best very marginal and confined to communities of dedicated true believers which were tiny minorities even within the hacker community, let alone with respect to the larger world of software in general.