Friday, May 25, 2007

Testosterone Nation - (De)-Constructing Computer Guy

Testosterone Nation - (De)-Constructing Computer Guy: "(De)-Constructing Computer Guy
by Tony Gentilcore, CSCS, CPT and Jimmy Smith CSCS

We want to thank 'computer guy' in more ways than one. Why do we want to thank him?

1. For saving mankind during the Y2K scare.

2. For that one time you were able to salvage and retrieve our final term paper at 2AM when we spilled coffee all over our computer.

3. For Pixar movies. We're not scared to admit that Finding Nemo was awesome.

4. And most importantly, for always handing your TPS reports in on time."

To show our appreciation we want to dedicate this article to you. In essence, we want to show our gratitude for all you have done for us by fixing YOU. Let's be honest computer guy, you don't look so hot. We realize you're trying to make yourself look better by hitting the gym three to four times per week, but we're here to give you a dose of tough love and tell you that you're failing... miserably (in and outside of the gym).

Our objective with this article is to delve into some of the more common programming mistakes that you make in the gym, but we're also going to go into great detail on strategies and behavioral modifications you can perform outside of the gym that will help to fix your less-than-perfect posture and lower back pain, as well as make girls want to "play with your mouse" more. Chicks dig a man who can talk gigabytes, but they don't dig hunch backs.