I had a lot of fun with this several years ago with little/no equipment: Convict ConditioningAt work, but the pic fronting that video features a man with weights....
Read it.Lol. I didnt seek anything. It was referenced in a tweeton my twitter account. And you should read it. It doesnt do what you think.
I read it more that its taking control of your choices when it comes to being ill. And that you can get cancer through no fault of your own. My dad got oesophageal cancer he never smoked, it wasnt in his family, hardly drank, was fairly fit cause he was a policeman. And still he got it.Read it.
It's still the "I had cancer for no reason" bullshit. Yes, people can get cancer. And for no reason. It's a function of age primarily. But you can hedge your bets. People feel guilty that they're fat and lazy and worry about getting shit like cancer - so they like to pump the "I had cancer for no reason" stuff when only 5% of cancers are hereditary - and diet and lifestyle has a massive effect on it.
This sort of shit has no place in a thread where people are trying to be fitter and enjoy themselves. Fuck off to Random Spam with it if you want to post demotivational shite that makes you feel better for being lazy.
Its there as information. To inform those who want to read it that you have a choice. That there are different ways to live and none of them are wrong.
Repeatedly. In the fitness thread. A thread specifically for people who like and are happy with getting / being fit.I'm saying be happy with what you are.
You as self stated bought up the fat stuff.As I've said before - not at all. Be whatever you want to be.
I, clearly, have a problem with you posting "it's OK to be fat" shit in the fitness thread. Fuck off with your derailing shit.
I'm with this guy:
Bacon's ramped up recently but going to cut down again. But I'm drinking less than I've ever done this year. Funnily enough though - I've just this second pressed "go" on a bottle of this just before seeing this threadYet Prof David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor for the Public Understanding of Risk at the University of Cambridge, sounded a note of caution about the findings.
"Given the pleasure presumably associated with moderate drinking, claiming there is no 'safe' level does not seem an argument for abstention," he said.
"There is no safe level of driving, but the government does not recommend that people avoid driving.