Stretch before you exercise.

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5 Responses to Stretch before you exercise.

  1. Benjamin D says:

    Oh,I wouldn’t stretch the ligaments that far,esp. considering their usefulness.

    Somehow “usefulness” doesn’t sound right.Though Google says I’m wrong.

  2. tushar says:

    i dunno – depending on profession, pliable ethics could be pretty useful… if for nothing else than being able to sleep at night.

  3. kelsey says:

    I think these should be three lines: “facts” has a downward slope, “ligaments” an upward one, and “ethics” an approximate bell curve high in the middle and low on the ends.

  4. matti says:

    Trushar has a point. I will order ‘pliable ethics’ as a xmas present for my lawyer!

    Matti

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