The main issue of stress on joints comes from people who run exclusively on hard surfaces. You should always run on grass when possible.
mine went away. srsl, oldfag, 32 years
anymore Strength Villian titles?
Man, how can I thank u???
You are a HERO!!!
What is a lucrative career or field that I should pursue if I have an interest in health, fitness, nutrition, kinesiology, exercise science, etc.?
>inb4 personal trainer
I don’t need to be making a 6 figure income, but I’d like to make a decent salary.
Anybody with Waterbury's HFT 2.0?
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Eat your eggs but less saturated fats. High cholesterol in the diet doesn't necessarily raise yours.
I thought of Phys. ed teacher but then you said decent salary.
Still waiting for the Cube--> Anyone got it for christmas?...
So I've made a small routine for upper body endurance training using bodyweight only, but unfortunately I still have a few spaces in the routine.
Could you guys please recommend some exercises to fill these gaps in? in particular involving these muscles:
anybody has paul carter's strong 15 spreadsheet?
You could be a
dietitian (starting salary around 37 grand, peaks at 74 grand)
Sport medicine teacher. Now a teacher doesn't necessarily have to be low paid. If you go to a private school, or abroad at an international school, you could get paid a lot more. I know my old bio teacher from my international school got paid $100,000 annually. She was from the states and only had a master's degree in bio.
A fitness instructor for a sports team (I guess that's not exactly personal trainer, but it's kinda similar)
Drill Instructor for the military. You get to make recruits do fitness while you yell at them for their shitty form. As an instructor, you'll also have to keep in shape. Before you complain about salary, keep in mind that the military will cover your insurance, give you allowances for all sorts of shit, and the GI Bill.
In the Navy, going to be a drill instructor (an RDC, Recruit Division Commander), is a 3 year tour as a shore duty. They have to do 6+ years in some other job before they can go be an RDC, and after 3 years of it, you go back to the fleet, to do your original job again. Marines have a pretty similar set up. Don't know about Army or Air Force, but my guess is, it's the same. Drill instructor isn't a career.
That being said, pretty much any of the special warfare type jobs are something a fitness junkie would enjoy, SEALs, EOD, Rescue Swimmer, SWCC.
Here's the deal, guys. I have The Texas Method Advanced; however, it's a secure file. At the top of every page is my name, my email address, a transaction ID. This is shit I do not want you fuckers or anyone else in the world having. If any of you know how I can unsecure and edit the .pdf to remove it, the book is yours.
None of that shit worked worth a fuck. File kept coming out all shitty or corrupted.