Most modern outrage is performative

A few months back, I led this workout in the Ridglea North section of Fort Worth, and we ran around this field (Berney Park) doing station work. At one station, we tried to do a 4-minute plank hold. Some people in humanity can do this, but not many. I can do maybe 15 seconds before I give out or go to a high-plank. Some guys can do a minute, maybe two. Four is rare. Holding onto something like that for four minutes is brutal…

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Blogging, largely about work and how to improve it. How I make (some) money: http://thecontextofthings.com/work-with-me/

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