I ran across a ridiculous New York Times article the other day that had me rolling. Forget the article, just look at the picture instead. Not only do I feel like full-time employment is an ineffective way to make money, but I hate sorry excuses for working out as well. Look at this bullshit…..Just look at it….
I don’t believe in right and wrong, but I do think there are effective and ineffective ways of doing things. In terms of money, in my opinion, the most ineffective method is exchanging time for money. I believe a money generating system (business) or investing (trading money for money) is more effective than trading your labor (time) for money. With that being said, I feel like working full-time is a losing battle. Constantly on the hamster wheel with no where to go.
Money comes and has to go. Getting promoted to a higher paying job only means you can spend more. There is no way you can buy your time back working a 9-5.
Working out effectively has to do with intensity and resistance training. While I agree that sitting down all day is stressful on the back, I don’t think running on the hamster wheel while…………..running on the hamster wheel is a good idea. To be honest, walking on a treadmill will eventually hurt your back as well. This isn’t working out. Exercise is all about gaining muscle. When your muscles get stronger, your body becomes stronger and able to handle physical tasks easier.
Simple tasks like walking are not intense enough to cause your body to react and grow. If the end goal is to be stronger, without the proper intensity, most physical activities are a waste of time. But what else would you be working out for?
Maybe they should have a bed at work or reduce work hours? No, they can’t do that. Work places want the most out of their workers for what they pay them. It’s such a disgusting conflict of interest between the employer and employee. Let me stop before I get out of hand with a crazy rant.