Tuesday, July 17

Thought for the day

I just read a fascinating story in the New York Times on fat bicyclists. And on the difference in fat bicyclists and fat runners.
I wasn't impressed with the story, but then there was this beautiful and intriguing passage.

Robert Fitts, an exercise physiologist at Marquette University who was a competitive runner, once said good runners run so smoothly they can almost balance an apple on their heads.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home