The Dichotomy of Exercise

You pick.


8 Responses to “The Dichotomy of Exercise”

  1. Jesse Says:

    I’ve made my choice. I choose to try harder :)

  2. charles Says:

    With the support of my community I choose virtuosity.
    And with regard to Qi Gong I say, ah grasshopper.
    Im very excited about Christmas and especially the New Year and the opportunites that await.

  3. Jen Says:

    Tai chi is very challenging and useful, in its way. I saw my teacher’s teacher (in his 90s and might have weighed a buck soaking wet) toss an experienced, weighty student across a large room with no effort at all. However, tai chi is not going to save you from zombies. And no way am I gonna be zombie food.

  4. Ed Says:

    I’ve tried Chi Tea. It’s not Paleo. Run fast and lift heavy stuff. What else do you need?
    Charles, someday I’ll get that pebble from your hand.

  5. goffe Says:

    Juxtapose the music, and get some cognitive dissonance.

    If I could stand on a board in a pool in the forest while gently flopping my arms and magically become Charles, I might choose that. Until then…

  6. Jesse Says:

    Jen, I love that stuff!!! I kinda want Katherine to toss me someday, the only problem is I cannot land to save my life, I’d be crippled!!

  7. supnagel Says:

    Boo tai chi domination by brute force its the american way

  8. Katherine Says:

    Don’t worry, Jesse, we teach people to land before we start tossing them around. At least we do if we like them. :-)

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