Let the “Peyton Manning Legacy” discussion rage on. Don’t get me wrong, I’m as tired of debating Manning’s merits as anyone else is. But if it means I don’t have to talk about the New England Patriots being in the Super Bowl, I’m all for it.
The right team is representing the NFC in this year’s Super Bowl. Yes, even after picking San Francisco 49ers to be my NFC representative since last season when they bowed out against the Ravens, and even after actively cheering for them to beat these same Seahawks on Sunday.
Why? This team has the ‘it’ factor. Point blank.
We can rebuild it. We can make it stronger.
That was the takeaway message I took from Phil Emery and Marc Trestman’s exit press conference.
We can forget Chris Conte’s mishap (good luck finding another team, Chris). We can forget the final 46 seconds that took the Bears from a playoff sleeper to mediocre sob story. What we should be focusing on is this upcoming offseason, which will be the reason the Bears return to playoff contenders instead of pretenders for years to come.
In the realm of bodybuilding, very few things matter more than the almighty pump. Arnold Schwarzenegger even famously said it felt better than... um... I'm sure you can imagine the rest.
But whether it comes from an arm day that leaves you with "invisible suitcase syndrome" (you know, when your arms are so pumped you walk around like you're carrying two invisible suitcases for the rest of the day), or it comes from a leg day so brutal that walking becomes an optional activity the next day, the pump does much more than just give you something aesthetic to gawk at.
Yes, the vascularity and the pumped up look is cool, but the benefits to the pump go much deeper than that. Some may scoff at the idea of lightening up and knocking out a ton of reps to get to pump heaven, but this method is able to stimulate hypertrophy and expedite recovery by shuttling nutrient-rich blood to the fatigued muscles that need it most.
Sure, you can get a pretty good pump with a workout alone. But let's be real, we don't bust our asses for "pretty good," now do we? If you want more from your pump, and more of it, then RCSS Stacked N.O. has a lot to offer you.
The name's Joe. Some people call me JoeFlah. Die hard Chicago fan, sans the Sox, through and through. When I'm not injured, I like to lift iron repeatedly. I do way too much research on exercise and nutrition for my own good.