Vying for the almighty fitness dollar, wellness professionals stake their claim on the “one way” to deliver their customers to the Promised Land. It becomes an industry-wide war of semantics as to what fitness or nutrition program will make you immortal, and which one may kill you by sundown.
The alarm goes off every morning like a race-day starting gun. Your feet hit the floor, your elbows rest on your thighs and you rub the last remnants of sleep out of your eyes. You amble to the bathroom, and in the flick of a switch, BAM! The lights come on and there’s no turning back.
A few months ago, an article was published in the New York Times about how the pull-up exercise is so difficult for women. It actually was a very factually presented piece on how certain female physiological and biomechanical predispositions make this exercise such a challenge for them.