Crossfit has become so popular that it’s become very clear that by doing this one could make a lot of money. What is even more interesting, however, is how people who understand the human body and nutrition are trying to create things like Paleo (which isn’t even about food), “clean eating,” (which actually means no foods) and veganism (this one I can understand). Crossfit gets into your head; you end up training 6 or 7 days per week with short periods of rest in between. You do not eat much at all because you don’t feel like it, instead what matters is how hard you push yourself. This leads to using synthetic drugs like creatine (not something you would find in nature) and other substances to gain muscle mass while your friends read the latest book on the Paleo diet. The list just goes on…
I also have a wife who has been going for years now and I have noticed she makes claims that she does resistance training but doesn’t lift weights. In fact her number 1 claim is “My husband picks me up from class! He takes care of my kids when I don’t go home from work! He cooks for us! He mows our lawn!!! All while being tired after 10 minutes on the stationary bike!!!!!! Why wouldn’t he keep going??? It must be his genes right? Why doesn‘t he quit?!?!?!
2017 Crossfit Games Why Did They Bring Kara Webb Out?
This Was a Tough One Howdy to all. My name is David and I am a Nerd. In case you didn’t get that from my blog, let me get it out of the way now: I love Crossfit Games Opinions! There is nothing more rewarding than discussing the feats of athleticism displayed in this event with other members of The Brotherhood Of Athlete Trolls (this would be us). My friends and fellow nerds, we are ready for #17! I want to make one thing clear before we start: I love Kara Webb’s body. But seriously, what was she doing at the gym? She wasn’t training for Regionals or anything crazy like that…nothing complicated or time-consuming to warrant her presence there. All she had to do was put on an ugly sweat suit and do jumping jacks in front of the mirror before dinner — not too demanding — just “exciting” stuff that we normal people could relate to and understand how it might benefit us in our lives. If she wanted to stay home during this specific week and actually train hard instead of plopping down after work every evening so she could see her husband try his best but still look like garbage by sunrise…if Kara Webb wanted to give something great back to their community after Spoken Word made such an impact on behalf of women earlier this year…she should have been able take advantage of Crossfit Houston at Webster Bank Performance Centre in terms
Nvidia SLI and AMD CrossFire is dead – but should we mourn multi-GPU gaming?
Design One of the main criticisms aimed at the GTX 1070 Ti is that, as a Turing-based GPU, it should have come with a liquid cooler. The ZOTAC GTX 1070 Ti AMP! actually does come with a liquid cooler – but only if you’re buying it from Nvidia directly instead of selling your old card to a third party seller. That means even though this board has been designed for Nvidia’s latest GPU, there are still some tradeoffs. On the upside, because this board is largely tailored for gamers rather than enthusiasts or content creators, there’s no extra display output options to speak of – just DisplayPort 1.4 out and HDMI 2.0 In/Out + 3x USB 3 ports – so apart from not being able to overclock – all other features are identical to those on Nvidia’s reference design board. The Founder’s Edition GTX 1080 Ti usually retails around £380 ($469), so once again ZOTAC have managed to undercut their competition by charging less for a Founder’s Edition product rather than building demand through retail channels (which would probably increase profits). What we really like about these cards though is that they’re made in accordance with ZOTAC’s house style: black and red (and white) PCBs (mechanical control panel), chipset stickers and orange housing outline against black heatsinks/blades; very nice indeed and much more attractive than EVGA’ s similarly priced Founders