Ian Douglass is a volunteer firefighter, lackadaisical Concept2 rower and SkiErger and is the worst masters swimming All-American in recorded history. He also helps professional wrestlers publish their autobiographies, assists businesspeople with the writing of coherent thoughts and has overhyped degrees from Michigan and Northwestern.
You Really Shouldn’t Be Stretching Before You Lift Weights
Numerous studies have shown that it’s not warming up your muscles, but putting them in harm’s way
How Much Do Peloton’s Scenic Rides Prepare Me for the Real Thing?
I certainly don’t breeze through them, but can pedaling away in my bedroom — even very, very intensely — ever match the effort it takes to cruise through Big Sur or the Australian Outback?
A Very Waistful History of Hulk Hogan’s Ever-Present Weightlifting Belts
No matter the heights the Hulkster’s soared or the depths he sunk, one thing was always at his literal side — his trusty leather weightlifting belt