Will fit/healthy/strong people be the new upper class??
After reading the "why wont men lift weights thread' and something I read on T-nation ages ago, It got me thinking about how society changes over time in which certain people with certain jobs or qualifications, or different heritages etc are "upper class"
Do you think fit and strong and healthy people will become such a rare phenomenon that they will be the 'Alphas' in society, assuming their not morons and are still intelligent people. Will it get to a point where Rolex watches and Ferraris are no longer the mark of a successful person, but a 6 pack?
Wasn't there a study done that showed "good looking" people had a better chance of getting a job and were generally more successful then what's considered to be "ugly" people.
In my own experience, going to the gym and hitting the barbells, even in such a short amount of time has greatly improved my confidence, strength, body shape etc. To me, there's to be respected in someone who conducts themselves well around others, AND has a good physique. I've slightly noticed it with myself in regards to others.
I'm not trying to incite discrimination, and I'm not saying that going to the gym makes you part of a master race in t