The Best Kept Secret: Why People HAVE to Squat Differently – Movement Fix
This article will help show you why athlete comfort should dictate squat width, why some people’s (not EVERYONE) feet point out (no matter how much “mobility” work they do), why some people have a really hard time squatting deep, and why some people are amazing at pistols while others can’t do them at all.
Canada still shows no intention on moving forward with climate policy and therefore remains the worst performer of all industrialized countries
The Rise of Richface: Why so many young women are getting cosmetic surgery – The Globe and Mail
According to dermatologists, young patients aren’t looking for subtle results; they want the ‘work’ to be noticeable. That’s because the puffed and plumped ‘richface’ aesthetic is the new Louis Vuitton handbag in certain circles – an instant, recognizable marker of wealth and status.
Atheist minister fighting United Church’s effort to fire her – The Globe and Mail
What’s important, she says, is that her views hearken to Christianity’s beginnings, before the focus shifted from how one lived to doctrinal belief in God, Jesus and the Bible.
“Is the Bible really the word of God? Was Jesus a person?” she said. “It’s mythology. We build a faith tradition upon it which shifted to find belief more important than how we lived.”
The Makeup Tax – The Atlantic
Years of research has shown that attractive people earn more. Thus, the makeup tax: Good-looking men and good-looking women both get ahead, but men aren’t expected to wear makeup in order to look good.
A Way to Get Fit and Also Have Fun – NY Times
The essentials of 10-20-30 training are simple. Run, ride or perhaps row on a rowing machine gently for 30 seconds, accelerate to a moderate pace for 20 seconds, then sprint as hard as you can for 10 seconds. (It should be called 30-20-10 training, obviously, but that is not as catchy.) Repeat.
It was a really interesting for me to shoot these images and try to get them as close as possible to the model’s photo because I kept thinking, “God I look huge.” Or, “Why can’t I get it to look the same?” That was when I truly understood why this is so important. This model is an extremely small size for her height, so much so that it was difficult to even get my body to pose the same way.
This idea of slightly adjusting your habits until behaviors and results that were once out of reach become your new normal is a concept I like to call “habit creep” . . . the key is to avoid the trap of trying to grow too fast.
“We weren’t asking people ‘How do you feel right now?’ We were asking, ‘How do you tend to think?’ To change anything about how one describes how they think is quite compelling.”
As a fat woman, you are told to disguise, shrink or flatter your body. But I wasn’t going to hide at my wedding – the older I get, the harder it is to depoliticise simple acts