Pat dry with toilet paper.
It’s not a decision freely made.
Yeah, the question of how and whether to implement this is a tough one. Will people smoke more to try to get the nicotine? Will it just push people to vaping? What a shitty situation we have here.
We have nothing to do with the Kinja deals team. (Like, literally. By design, we don’t tell each other what to post, and that’s how we maintain some scrap of ethics in this whole situation.)
Tobacco companies are trying to manipulate you into think it’s your “moral decision or taste” to pay them to kill you, ya tool.
That’s the same book where he trains “for a marathon” without doing any distance running. But, oh well, his book deadline comes before the marathon date so he won’t be able to include results.
I have a similar mystery! A few years back I started working out with a friend, and we did lots of squats and strength training through the winter. When spring approached she wanted to try running, so we both signed up for a 5K. I was flabbergasted when I realized I took three minutes off my PR that day!
Anytime you try something new, you can get some newbie gains, so it’s not “muscle confusion” as much as working different skills or muscles at different times to make you a more well-rounded person.
It varies a lot by sport, and by coach’s preference.
Fun fact: many identical twins have detectably different methylation patterns even without leaving earth! http://www.fsigenetics.com/article/S1872-4973(17)30163-1/fulltext
Always give 110%!
Ugh I tried to read some of my morning pages and it was impossible. I feel like you should make the writing vs typing decision based on how you feel when you’re doing it. If you get distracted on the computer, or it just feels like more work, that’s no fun. Maybe you’ll feel more comfortable or adventurous with a…
That’s the spirit!
Nice! I’ll check that out too.
I’ve heard 4/5 stars described (by an Uber driver) as meaning “fire him, but slowly.”
My mom insists she “can’t” make gravy. Ever since her mom (the gravy maker) died, she is afraid of something going wrong and us ending up with a gravy-less Thanksgiving. (I can make gravy just fine. This does not alleviate her fear.)
Yes! Start with the 30 minute recovery run and see what you think. The intervals might be a little tough for a beginner, just because it’s hard to figure out what are your slow, medium, and hard efforts. But you can certainly try - just don’t beat yourself up if you aren’t sure how fast to run.
That’s fine! It takes time to find your gears, and with practice you’ll probably discover you have a slow jog that only takes a 3/10 effort. For now, walk when you want a 3.
It’s a weird scale, but calibrate it thusly: