I love the Internet. In fact, it could quite easily be argued that I love the Internet too much. It isn’t uncommon for me to spend several hours every day in front of my computer “surfing the web,” as we used to call it.
With a heavy heart, the time has come for me to finally write an article on building a more muscular chest and arms. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with such a goal.
Just how many articles am I going to get out of the upcoming 20.20.20 mini marathon held by Campus Rec on May 15? Well, at least one more!
On Wednesday, May 11, Portland State Campus Rec, in conjunction with the Center for Student Health and Counseling, will be hosting a Wellness Fair.
Last week, I tried to get Portland State students, faculty and staff all fired up for the 20.20.20 mini marathon being hosted by Campus Rec on May 15.
For those who missed out on the previous 20.20.20 marathon hosted by Campus Rec, another shot at fame, glory and riches is almost upon us (by “riches” I mean t-shirts and other various prizes, though it has been said that the feelings of personal achievement, pride and accomplishment are priceless).
I’m going to come clean: I’ve always thought a Viking was an odd choice for Portland State’s official mascot.
Call me out of touch, but I was completely unaware that Portland State had a competitive swimming team. Perhaps my ignorance can be forgiven, since Portland State doesn’t have a collegiate team.
Technological innovation has improved the quality of our lives in countless ways, but sometimes it’s still preferable to do things “old school” in order to achieve the best results possible.
People have a tendency to overlook mundane details and focus on more exciting things, and with fitness it’s no different.
This will come as a shock to many of my readers, but believe it or not, there are actually individuals out there who are looking to gain weight rather than lose it.