It’s bigger than Tinder, going to be bigger than Twitter and is probably going to save Nintendo after that terrible thing called the Wii-U. Pokémon Go is huge. But what does it have to do with us?
Well as a happy side effect of more or less everyone who once had a Gameboy colour playing this ridiculously popular game, it seems more people are walking. Our lovely web developer @beardedjack_ even said “I don’t need a fitness app, I’ve got this”; and indeed he isn’t the only one to mutter such an idea.
So what is Pokémon Go and will it actually help you stay fit?
Gym buddies. They aren’t for everyone, but if you are on the lookout, it’s a good idea to get it right.
Of course, there are some people that it’s obvious you should avoid. Boris Johnson for example would be a terrible choice. You’d turn up at the gym, and then he’d bugger off. Meanwhile Corbyn would simply never leave.
So here’s how to weed the Boris or Jeremy from your gym buddy, and hopefully end up with an Apollo Creed.
This article is an opinion piece, and does not necessarily reflect the views of Supplement Centre.
Everyone is insulted about pretty much everything these days. Sometimes rightly, sometimes wrongly, but if you go onto social media, look at the news or speak to a handful of people, someone, somewhere will be on a campaign for justice because someone somewhere else has done something “disgusting”, “unfair” or “place negative adjective here”.
Perhaps the most common instance of people being wronged, is when it comes to body image. Brands, media outlets and individuals now have to be incredibly careful about what they post, say or do, but 9 times out of 10, someone will be offended.
Disney have now joined the party, and just like England vs Iceland, they cannot win.
It’s 6pm, you’ve not long finish work, and you are on your way to the gym…but what are you going to do when you get there?
If, like many, you aren’t the best at making basic decisions, then knowing what to do can be a difficult choice. Legs, chest, arms, back, cardio, core, shoulders, take up CrossFit? “What do I do!?” you are probably screaming inside.
But don’t worry, as per usual, Supplement Centre is here to save the day.
We all change, though we might not admit it, and the days of working out, staying in shape and generally being active are often replaced by bourbons, endless repeats of Top Gear on Dave and a merging of our fat and muscles.
But what if you want to change back again? You used to workout, you stopped, but you want to return?