There's a common theme in the exercise industry to do things that are hard and make you feel sore, tired and like you really struggled. On the surface it seems to fall into the realm of logic: exercise is not pleasant, therefore pain must be an indication of how 'good' the exercise is. Here are … Continue reading Don’t Confuse Difficulty with Effectiveness
Whenever a statement is made about [x] is bad or good for your health. You should first ask yourself, compared with what? These blanket statements with no supporting evidence are bad and downright dangerous for people to be throwing out into the world. Science is more nuanced than black and white, fat is neither good … Continue reading Compared to what?
Why is there this huge emphasis on enjoying exercise? Sometimes I wonder why this mindset exists in society, where there is such an emphasis on enjoyment over doing what is necessary. People would prefer to sit and watch Netflix than improve themselves. Life happens to be tough and requires hard work. In fact I would … Continue reading Just do it