Before I get cracking on the next installment of what I should hope is proving to be a thoroughly elucidative series on the cyclical nature of training fads, there is an issue with the previous installment's accuracy. While I am well-known for possessing Shakyamuni Buddha-esqe omniscience, I do occasionally fall prey to the myriad
To borrow liberally from the late, great literary genius Hunter S. Thompson, what the hell are we doing discussing crap like the Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion and minutiae about diet when the entire world seems to be teetering on the brink of an ugly, mean-spirited kind of long term banality that threatens, on an
Sadly, Zubaz pants seem to have fallen victim to the death of a fad.Having been involved in physical culture, weight lifting, powerlifting, group fitness, and all things resembling any of the aforementioned for over two decades, I've been highly amused to see what training methods, exercises, and nomenclature come in and out of vogue.
Notorious (and somehow illiterate in a developed Western nation) Irish Traveller Paddy Doherty does little more than speak an unintelligible patois of Hiberno-English, Irish, and German, commit petty crime, and fight.Humans have fought each other since the dawn of time- we're a feisty bunch. Like other members of the great ape family, humans have
Very few people on planet Earth have a "perfect" diet- whether it's indifference, laziness, time constraints, financial limitations, or just minor oversights, most people on the planet could stand to improve their intake of various micronutrients to ensure optimal health. It might just be that a given person absorbs less of a given micronutrient and