Are you relieved that you grew up in the 80s or 90s?
If you did, you probably have a deep-set, ingrained and strong fear of wearing skinny jeans or trousers.
You look around at current fashions and think “thank God I’m not 16” and have to wear jeans so tight that passers-by can count the change in your pocket.
We Don't Need to Win At All Costs
We explore the extraordinary sportsmanship shown by Alistair Brownlee to his brother, Jonny, and compare it to the Selfish Gene written about by Richard Dawkins.
We don't have to win at all costs.
Operating with class should come before everything else.
UK Denim Industry
Junior Rugby: Weight Grading vs Age Grading
Is Sitting Really the new Smoking?
Sitting comfortably? You probably won’t be after you read this.
The recent acquisition of a 'standing desk' for the workplace has made us think about the 'Sitting is the new smoking' saying, which we have heard a lot of recently.
We take a brief tour of empirical research, historical proponents and give our first impressions.
As ever, omniscience is an illusion.
An oddly-timed and unexpected run of Personal Bests (PB's) at CrossFit got me thinking about Marginal Gains, and where and how I had found them unconsciously. By deconstructing this I have now put a plan in place to be more tactical with it in all aspects of life; to make it easier for me to improve at home with the family, in business, and at CrossFit.
First let's take a look at the astonishing background to Marginal Gains and the phenomenal success of British Cycling.