Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment – Physical Therapy Fitness Article

Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment Last week I attended a workshop called: Affect, Knowledge and Embodiment. It was part of a Critical Feminist Arts/Research workshop series that involved talks on participatory visual methods, sociological fiction, and zine making, brought to us by Dr Ashleigh Watson, Dr Laura Rodriguez Castro, and Samantha Trayhurn. What is a zine? “A zine is an underground publication with political messages without censorship. You can express yourself without the constraints of media”  There were two essential activities that we needed…

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Bodybuilding for Skinny Guys | Breaking Muscle – Workout Fitness Article

  Brad Borland has an impressive resume: a University Lecturer with a Master’s degree in Kinesiology and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). But the thing that impresses the most is the stuff that doesn’t always get an award. Like starting out as a scrawny 125lb kid at six feet, two inches, taking up weight training at the tender age of fourteen and ending up a 220lb competitive, drug-free, natural bodybuilder…

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