Dubya75;n9559141 said:Well he hasn't bothered then to check in with people asking about his mod which means he has clearly abandoned it.
VedmakOfOld;n9559801 said:Not necessarily. Last time when he was most active he said something along the lines of "Don't wait for frequent updates to this thread" or something to that effect. He added that when he has something to share he will.
Solid piece of advice right here. Especially the part about the gym. In fact, I find it curious that so many gamers don't go to the gym, when you consider that they mostly control muscular and athletic characters in video games. Wouldn't you want that for yourselves? Working on your body is a pretty big quality of life improvement. It also has a pretty big positive impact on your cognitive abilities, stress level and dealing with stress, anxiety, confidence etc.danielshihab;n9580761 said:Go outside and breathe some fresh air, or go to the gym and build those biceps up.
Yes, but people make decisions based on the information that they have. If they're not aware of how good something is for them, chances are they won't attempt it. And physical training and a bigger muscle mass (not taken to an extreme, of course) is really good for you. Not just because being stronger, faster, more stable and more mentally focused is obviously a good thing to have immediately, but also because physical fitness and muscle mass have a direct impact on how well you age. If people are unhealthy and weak now, as they grow older it's going to be worse for them. They risk becoming feeble old men, living in pain, with weak bones, weak muscles and a myriad of other health problems that could have been avoided in their youth. Not to mention mental issues like dementia. THAT is why people should be physically active.GregorWladacz;n9581491 said:I think it is everybodys own decision how to spend their life.
Bodybuilding as a sport is a pretty fucked up and unhealthy. Not just because their exercises are brutal. On top of that all of those guys take unhealthy and sometimes illegal supplements that drastically shorten their lifespan. It's also not unusual for them to have back, knee, shoulder and elbow problems. But those people don't exercise for health reasons.LukeSparow;n9581331 said:Also, bodybuilding has been scientifically proven to shorten your lifespan (if you take it as far as the bodybuilding industry wants you to anyway).