Just keep in mind that these are people’s livelihoods you’re trying to scheme them out of. You’re not hurting the gym all that much by doing this. You’re hurting the individual trainers who already work crap hours for mediocre pay (they don’t get all the money people pay for their sessions).
this is awful advice and something a terrible person would do
Could you write a sample article of my choosing for free?? Why not? Anyone else willing to give me services for free?
Ugh these whipper snappers who think selfies are a “trend”
Steph these are such great pics!
Pictures with faces in them are much more fun to look at. I feel like there’s a difference between taking a well-composed picture of yourself in some exotic locale while traveling and taking one of yourself in the bathroom mirror that looks exactly like the other 400 bathroom mirror shots you have in your Instragram…
The person in the photo might be the only thing separating it from countless others. Take the Eiffel Tower image above ... if she’s out of the photo, it’s just ANOTHER picture of the Eiffel Tower. I guess the weather and maybe the angle are sort of unique ... ? Really, it’s the person in the photo that sets it apart.
Some of my favorite pictures are the ones my grandparents took of themselves in their younger years when they traveled the United States (and later various countries in the world).
hmm, I need to think about that
Congratulations. That’s an impressive achievement no matter what the haters say. And yeah, don’t rush it. You might be able to do 300 in one of two weeks. But if you rush it, you might end up getting hurt.
Seriously Lifehacker’s looking like a bunch of alcoholics today.
Yes, but is it a good shower wine?
You should perhaps consider moving someplace else.
This is a discussion about drinking beer while you shower. If you’re the type of artisotractic person who snubs beer based exclusively on the container, you should probably just sit this one out.
Alright: day zero, 8.41 second flexed-arm hang. (I also attempted a pull-up, and got about 90% of the way there.)
No need to be a sour grape
For those who can’t view the video at work (or wherever)...
In gym circles, debates over gear like weightlifting belts, gloves, or shoes can get ugly. Either they’re a crutch or you’re a fool for not wearing them. But like belts, weightlifting shoes can help in some cases, but in others they’re just for show. The key is figuring out your needs, and your goals.
The issue I have is how much weight to start off with. Is there a formula based on height and weight?
If you’d rather not fight for kettlebells at the gym or just want to work out at home, one well-chosen kettlebell is versatile, compact, and pretty cost-effective. You just have to sift through the myriad sizes, brands, styles, and weights. Here’s how to tell what matters and what’s useless.