It doesn't matter who you vote for in November ...

Discussion in 'Gator Country Health and Fitness' started by Dreamliner, Aug 14, 2012.

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    ... your going to get a food or fitness faddist at the top. In today's USA Today:

    First Lady Michelle Obama playfully chastised Olympian Gabby Douglas for her penchant for eating at McDonald's. Said Ms. Obama, "You're setting me back." Douglas reportedly blushed and apologized.

    Why ?

    Romney veep selection, Paul Ryan, has been taken in by P90X and its clever marketing ploy 'muscle confusion.'

    Worse, the president of the National Athletic Trainer Association was invited to weigh in on the matter and stated that you have to switch things up frequently to enjoy progress. He also added that 'Tony Horton is not an athletic trainer.'

    So ? Of what use is an NATA certification if the august institution's president endorses the whacky notion of 'muscle confusion' ? Isn't one quack as qualified as another ?
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    THis one is easy. mcdonalds is disgusting and the Obamas are a 5 Guys family.
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    Exercise would give me muscle confusion.
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    McDonald's fries can't be beat! Five Guy's burgers are extra-juicy - and good for you - but their fries are mediocre.
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    5 guys is way overrated. Not a fan.

    McDonald's fries on the other hand are always good. Perhaps the single best fast food item available.

    But really do people still vote in this country as if there is a difference?
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    Certainly not. People are emotional about voting/eating/exercising, etc.

    There's no sense to any of it.
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    I also vote that 5 guys is over-rated. Add to that over-expensive.

    Does that vote count?
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    I'll second that.
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    I'm not going to defend 5 guys too much, definitely way too expensive now, and I know I'm in the minority but I will never understand the appeal of mcdonalds fries.

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