I’d say go hard, but my school work is a lot less demanding, haha.
I don’t mind if someone is ignorant. No one knows everything about everything. What irks me is when he/she decide to spread the ignorance.
A coworker tried to school me on “healthy” vs. non-“healthy” foods, and I almost lost it. I went from car mechanic to human performance professional in 2.2 seconds. I usually try to maintain an even keel when I’m in an argument, but this was really pushing my limits. He eventually backed off, and apologized, when he realized that he was in over his head, but it took me a few minutes to unwind.
If you don’t have a working understanding of oxidative phosphorylation, glycolysis, or the Krebs cycle, you probably shouldn’t be talking food science. It’s elementary in most physiology classes, and would help you from getting your ass kicked in a conversation in which you nothing about.
kelsey-in-motion said: what’s the point of triathlon if you’re not spending all of your money on it?
I tried to be the exception to the rule. I thought I could be a cheapskate triathlete. Nope. Like everyone else, I dove headfirst into the money pit. It was inevitable.
But hey, the bike is so pretty…