If You Want a Body Like Mine, Don’t Do What I Do

Unconventional advice fitness pros won’t tell you

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Bryan Krahn first tells this story in an article titled, “Survivorship Bias in Fitness,”

When planes began returning to base riddled with bullet holes during WWII, the US Army Air Forces (USAAF) knew it had a problem.

How could they shore up the…

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