You can Bodybuild Without Exercises, Study Shows

At first, when I heard this statement, I thought it presposterous. Who would bodybuild without exercises? Isnt workout the Holy Grail of bodybuilding. So when I found this article on this blog saying that one could gain muscle and actually bulk without necessarily having to go to the gym, I wanted to shout out or rather comment with agitation that the writer was a cheater. It was only later that a friend showed me this academic study that reveals that one can actually bodybuild without necessarily having to exercise. The study was done to test whether supplements do work. In the study four groups of people were selected. There are those who were asked to do no exercises whatsoever and then there are also those...

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Lessons we Can all Learn from Nursing mothers

I watched with fear written all over my eyes as my wife was taken to the maternity room. She was wailing and cursing me. I was confused. I wondered what was wrong. The love making had been super. Her pregnancy was lovely because it seemed as though she loved me more and more with each passing day. Yet, here she was; saying that she was dying and that I was responsible. Moments later after her blood curdling screams, I had the shrill yell of a baby boy. I was a father. My wife had given birth to my father. I had something to boast about in front of the other men. I was assured of a future and a lineage. However, this post is not about me and my lineage, it is about what I learnt from my wife. 1. It is not cri...


They Should Stop Picking Ngugi wa Thiongo for Nobel Prize in Literature

[Ngugi wa Thiongo has lost the prize since 2010. Photo: Business Today] It is now shameful, bad and malicious that the Nobel Prize organization has been placing Ngugi wa Thiongo in the run for the Nobel Literature Prize since 2010 till now without awarding him the Prize. Ngugi wa Thiongo didn’t win the 2017 Nobel Literature prize since it was scooped by British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro. Whoever puts Ngugi on the longlist has ill-intentions to humiliate our literary icon who has penned many books under his name. They should stop it if they have no intentions of awarding our Ngugi that prize. To make it to the shortlist, Ngugi had been picked from a list of 350 nominations and tipped as the writer who would...

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