I like that. Some of the most successful, wealthiest people I know live modestly, drive paid-off cars over five years old, and prefer Timex to Rolex. Some of the most broke folks I know are just the opposite…
The whole “status” thing is a bit stomach-turning to begin with, but sociologists tell us that we can’t escape it; it’s just built into our genes.
Okay, fine. But let’s choose to display our status not with baubles on loan but with a body that reflects hard work, wise decisions, and engaged living
This is an epic synched-with-the-Zap-Zone rant from Chris Shugart of Testosterone Nation. Read the rest via this link.
Mars is going to be booting our bums for most of this year so we may as well get with it via some hardcore fitspiration, right?
And obviously, our idea of what constitutes ‘fit’ or ‘muscles’ will vary but the point of uber-health as fuq you to a system that wants to turn us into debt slaves and drug us with useless crap, junk food and pharmaceuticals to “fix” the problems from the latter is SO now. SO Zap Zone.
Share your 2014 Fitness, Nutrition & General Awesome goals here. Mine is to do MORE of what i already know works brilliantly for me. Regular Yoga (just skipped two weeks and radically notice the difference), way better form with weights, work on some more-important-than-you-might-think alignment issues via Pilates and completely UP the cardio so as to make a measurable improvement.
AND cut out crap carbs. Ie: when you THINK you want a bit of bread or potato, whatever, maybe what your body is really saying is GREENS. Your body don’t lie. We just choose to misinterpret some signals.