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Horror movie tip: Most horror movie bad guys are very slow but watch where you step so you don’t trip. Simply maintaining a brisk walking pace after sighting the enemy should be enough to get to safety.
Real world parallel: Spend time leveling up your sprinting skills. It builds strength, power, VO2max, endurance and quality of life while also helping you lose weight if paired with a healthy diet.
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Horror movie tip: never split up. Monsters, murderers, and creeps have it easier when they can divide and conquer.
Real world parallel: trying to better your fitness by yourself is harder than with a good support group.
Horror movie tip: the unintelligent and unprepared often die in movies, so get smarter, train yourself and learn how to use tools and new skills.
Real world parallel: take a tactical approach to both your training and your behavior. Train functionally so that your body is p...
Horror movie tip: characters whose main response to challenges are panicking, crying about it or giving up are annoying and make themselves easier prey.
Real world parallel: In life, you’re gonna think things are getting better, only to find new challenges...
Horror movie tip: characters often knock out a bad guy and then immediately run away, effectively giving them a chance to recover and try again. Don’t do it, incapacitate him and finish the job.
Real world parallel: Make sure you finish what you started. Follow thro...
Horror movie tip: Monsters can be deceptive, wearing disguises and playing dead, and lure you into a trap. Be a skeptic and think carefully before taking potentially dangerous actions.
Real world parallel: remain a skeptic when trying to get healthy. Cheap thrills and easy ...
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