Slow and steady = longer lasting.
In an age of instant everything, doing anything “slow and steady” is laughed at, not enjoyed and almost seen as illegal. This, however, is almost always the better way to do it. There are few exceptions but there have to be to prove the rule.
Lets look at a few examples:
Professional Athletes (any sport):
The athlete that rises up very quickly very seldom last very long. This is especially true in the longer or endurance sports and the hard hitting contact sports eg: rugby or american football. The body needs time to adjus Continue Reading »