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Dangers in the fight game

Dangers in the fight game

April 21, 2017

The rise of mixed martial arts (MMA) has resurfaced the phenomenon humans have with hand-to-hand combat....

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

Marquee players sitting out games and still get paid

March 22, 2017

The players’ and the NBA’s argument about rest is a legitimate issue, and the media has every right...

49ers must trust the process and not rush rebuild

49ers must trust the process and not rush rebuild

March 17, 2017

The 49ers seem to be back on track but drafting a quarterback to start this season or shipping the number...

Warriors need to protect starters after Durant injury

Warriors need to protect starters after Durant injury

March 2, 2017

Kevin Durant’s injury is a reminder of the ultimate goal for this season: to remain healthy until the...

Golden State Warriors: The duo no one is talking about

Golden State Warriors: The duo no one is talking about

February 22, 2017

People have made out that the Warriors have the three best shooters in the league, but the underlying...

Threading the line between sports and politics

Threading the line between sports and politics

February 4, 2017

It’s Super Bowl week and instead of focusing on the players competing this weekend, we're asking athletes...

Don’t be a gym douchebag

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports

Anyone who's ever walked into a gym, specifically the free weight area, knows what a gym douchebag is. Chances are you're familiar with this specific species of tool even if you've never set foot in a gym or fitness club. They are a blight and a cancer when it comes to the fitness community, and they end up ruining the experience...

Leave your ego at the door

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

November 18, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports, Sports Columns

One of the most harmful things a person can bring into the gym is their ego. To put it plainly, your ego can, and will, lead to injuries one way or another. It's better to admit to yourself that, when it comes to lifting, you don't know everything and need to take things slowly. Weights are a very interesting thing. If you...

Meathead’s Manifesto: The myth of over training

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports, Sports Columns

Everyone has an opinion when it comes to working out, especially when it comes to weight lifting. While some people are devoted to free weights, others are devout machine users, and other stick to body weight exercises. Regardless of what mindset you follow there is always the "myth of over training." And that's exactly what...

Know what your pain means

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Filed under Meathead's Manifesto, Sports, Sports Columns

Pain is a pretty universal concept. We all know pain in one shape or another. Pain is often a sign of change, and when you look at it that way it makes sense that working out hurts. You're literally changing your body at the muscular level, either adding mass or subtracting mass from your frame. One of the most common anthems...

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