Friday, September 25, 2015

Training - "It takes no talent to be in shape."

9/25 - stretch, treadmill walk/wmup, bench [PR 255], db row, incline bench, pulldowns, pushups, cable curls, pushdowns, speed bag

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Monday, September 21, 2015

"I ain't never hit a bar with a cover. Low thread count, hard with the covers." - LD is killing it.

"Fuck you rappers braggin' bout?  You overpaying for it!"

In today's news, guy in a dress with imaginary friend coming to the U.S.

"...the real and fair solution is [to] stop trying to protect people’s feelings. Your feelings are your problem, not mine—and vice versa."

The Real Reason We Need To Stop Trying To Protect Everyone’s Feelings | Observer: "There’s that saying: The road to hell is paved with good intentions. When it comes to censorship, one might say that the road to thought and speech control is paved by people trying to protect other people’s feelings. It’s important to realize that today, we have a media system paid by the pageview and thus motivated with very real financial incentives to find things to be offended about—because offense and outrage are high-valence traffic triggers. We have another industry of people—some call them Social Justice Warriors—who, despite their sincerity of belief, have also managed to build huge platforms by inventing issues and conflicts which they then ride to prominence and influence. One might call both of these types Rage Profiteers. They get us riled up, they appeal to our notions of fairness and empathy—who likes to see someone else’s feelings hurt?—without any regard for what the consequences are. Of course, the real and fair solution is much less politically correct but effective. It’s to stop trying to protect people’s feelings. Your feelings are your problem, not mine—and vice versa...  

Real empowerment and respect is to see our fellow citizens—victims and privileged, religious and agnostic, conservative and liberal—as adults. Human beings are not automatons—ruled by drives and triggers they cannot control. On the contrary, we have the ability to decide not to be offended. We have the ability to discern intent. We have the ability to separate someone else’s actions or provocation or ignorance from our own. This is the great evolution of consciousness—it’s what separates us from the animals. What also separates us is our capacity for empathy. But how empathetic the speech we decide to use is choice for each one of us to make. Some of us are crass, some of us are considerate. Some of us find humor in everything, some of us do not. It’s important too—but those of us that believe it and live our lives by a certain sensitivity cannot bully other people into doing so too. That sort of defeats the purpose."

Training - "Be like Groot."

9/21 - stretch, press, chins, dips, db side swings, pike pushup/press  
9/19 - planks/sprints, v hold, chins

The Walk On | T Nation: "The idea of fairness is a ridiculous notion – if you have something to offer then you should be treated as such. If you're a scrub in life, don't expect to be treated like someone that has value... There are two kinds of people in the world: the ones that protest and complain and want fairness despite never having earned it, and the ones that fight their asses off to be important and make a contribution. You have to earn the right to be treated fair. The people that have a problem with that are the scrubs. If you take one thing from this article, let that be it."