Perfect Blogging: Don’t take the piss

Hello dear reader,

Upon the positive feedback on my post writing good comments on a blog, I thought I would extend my advice to another area that irritates me in the world of blogging and blog writing.

The irritant is when a site or an author takes the piss out of their loyal readers.

Firstly I will give a definition of my colloquialism:

take the piss (out of someone or something)

phrase of piss

  1. [British] vulgar slang

Mock someone or something


Right now that’s cleared up onto the issue… Continue reading “Perfect Blogging: Don’t take the piss”

Fast Friday 07/06/2017: Quality rather than quantity

Welcome to the return of Fast Friday a little post where I talk about some things I have done recently.

What I have been reading

I just finished Gorilla Mindset from Danger and Play creator Mike Cernovich.  Upon purchasing the book description said:

“Gorilla Mindset teaches you how to take control of your thoughts and emotions and live life on your terms.”

Great I thought.  But upon buying and reading the book I found it disappointingly underwhelming.

Continue reading “Fast Friday 07/06/2017: Quality rather than quantity”

Gym Fails

I was browsing fitness videos on YouTube yesterday and I came across this:

If you don’t have time to watch, basically it is a guy making sarcastic and amusing comments of people working out – doing stupid routines, dropping weights, etc, etc.

I am not sure if I should laugh, because if you are a regular gym user you will have been there at some point. Continue reading “Gym Fails”

Fix it! – Bike Maintenance Course review

As part of my drive to fix my bike and cycle it regularly, I decided that I would improve my skills so I felt confident to make basic repairs on my bike.

I typed in Bike Maintenance course into Google and came up with the Fix it! class run by the people at Evans Cycles.  So I paid £15, with high hopes of getting shown the errors of my ways.

Continue reading “Fix it! – Bike Maintenance Course review”

It’s what works for you

In the lead up to doing Badass Mudder, I have been watching a lot of YouTube videos to get inspiration.  For some reason I am drawn to the YouTube comments, which seem to be the place for others to share their own insecurities or hatred.

If you look at any crossfit video you probably will see a comment like this:

 

pullups

Or how about if you want to find out more about vegan fitness? Continue reading “It’s what works for you”