And yet, gross. If I actually wanted to eat crickets, I’d try to find the one that’s been chirping in my house for the last two weeks. At least eating it would solve the chirping problem.
If you can stomach the idea of eating insects, by all means, grab an Exo bar or cricket flour, but I’m going to stand right here and draw the line.
It used to be that the fittest people bragged about how long their workouts were. Think The Biggest Loser-style marathon sessions at the gym -- two, three, four, seven hours of training to sculpt a craveable body.
Not so much anymore. Long workouts are out, short workouts are in, and the biggest braggarts are killing themselves to prove you, too, can get a craveable body in less than 10 minutes. The trend toward shorter workouts isn’t necessarily new, as 30-minute, 20-minute, and even 15-minute workouts have gained popularity with the rise of high-intensity interval training.