“Murph” on Veteran’s Day. . . Can you name all the people in the photo? (no cheating by scouring flickr). Post ideas to comments.
Rest 2 minutes
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There are two ways to approach this workout. First is the “Fly and Die” method. In this method you go has hard as you can from the get-go, then just try and maintain the rest of the workout.
The second method is to pace your runs so that they all end up being within a few seconds of each other. With the last sprint or two being the shortest (but still within a few seconds of the other sprints if you paced correctly).
Article from Scott Kustes on “The Art of Manliness”
Back at the beginning of July, Brett asked the question, â€œIs Cooking Manly?â€ The poll results were astoundingly lopsided: 95% yes, 5% no. It looks like a vast majority of us are convinced that being able to turn a heap of meat and vegetables into a delicious meal is a vital skill for a man to have.
Why then does it seem that so many men are unable to do something as simple as grilling a proper steak, much less doing something more involved like making a pot of soup (an exceedingly simple task)? Frankly, I know so many guys that would have trouble feeding themselves if a blizzard came through that itâ€™s laughable.
Why do so many of us think itâ€™s manly to cook, yet are unable to do so? Obviously the average male thinks itâ€™s great to be able to slap a steak or some pork chops on the grill. But what about cooking in the kitchen? Is the kitchen the realm of women? Today, letâ€™s look at some reasons that every man should be able to put together a meal, and by â€œmealâ€ I mean meat AND side dishes, cooked on a grill, a cast iron skillet, or in the oven. . .
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