Category: Fitness (page 1 of 67)

Generation Deaf in the Glitter Gym

Last month, I posted Millennials Have Killed the Glitter Gym, which describes how this generation with their smartphones has ruined gyms.

People are staring at their phones between exercises. Between sets. Sometimes during the set itself. They are looking

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Millennials Have Killed the Glitter Gym

About twenty years ago, I coined the term “Glitter Gym” as a broad term to describe the growing big-box bright-light corporate gyms you see everywhere.

In my 2006 post Glitter and Rust, I said this:

A majority of men

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Urban Hiking – Then and Now

I began urban hiking in 2008. For a brief overview, read the introduction on my Best of Urban Hiking page.

The way I urban hike has changed quite a bit since the early days. Because I now have a … [continue reading]

The Sauna vs My Skin

In January, I mentioned in the post Regular Sauna Use: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly that as much as I loved the sauna it was damaging my skin.

…people with a history of rosacea are advised not to

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If I Gave a Squat About the Squat

Back in 2012, I posted what would end up being one of the most popular posts on this blog. It was titled I No Longer Give a Squat About The Squat. It has been almost seven years and I … [continue reading]

Ginger and the Common Cold (My Experiment)

This winter I did an experiment. I started supplementing with ginger root capsules. Every day I would take a 550 mg dose. Sometimes 2 a day. People around me were getting sick, yet I seemed immune. Invincible. Was I onto … [continue reading]