Me and my class got this assignment where we had to make a training for ourselves which we would follow for 6 weeks. Most people did stuff like "I can run 3 miles now and in 6 weeks I can run 4 miles" or "I can do 200 10lb bicep curls now and it 3 weeks I can do 300". I was like, "great I don't really have to do anything because I'm going to the gym anyway". I chose to track my deadlift progress. at the end of these 6 weeks I could deadlift 220lbs. So I wrote my "training I know in america new borns can deadlift 300lbs but my "teacher" didn't believe I could deadlift 220. So the next time he took a bar and plates with him and I had to deadlift. We also had to track our food intake for a week. He asked me why I eat so much fat etc. so I explained and he became interested and now he said he's going to do some research for himself
That is all.
Billie trips balls
One person at a time.
One of my disabled daughter's therapists transitioned her whole family after I told her what I was doing with myself and with this daughter, and I wasn't even trying to do Primal missionary work.
Same daughter, but a different therapist - actively looking into it! (...daughter has a handful of therapists.)
Kudos to us both!
“There is immeasurably more left inside than what comes out in words…”
— Fyodor Dostoevsky
My son's PE teacher is who turned us on to PB!
Chattering obliviously into the void at http://casadefuchs.blogspot.com