No it isn't. Its been debunked and only used by internet knowitalls.
Yeah with me I have muscle on me most endos would get through gym development, but I never go. I just run. And eat.Yeah endos lol they're always round. I'm an ecto pretty much with some mesmorph traits (thick neck for example) and I like being able to be a lazy f*ck and stay the same, but the downside is even when I go to the gym a lot I have more of that lean muscle look. I'm never going to be "hench" the way a pure meso could get, save going on roids and really going hardcore.
Same here! I started watching tennis in 2002 but never followed it seriously until the 2004 US Open.I have been watching it since 2002 but seriously started to do so around 2005-06. Intially the only reason I used to watch was my brother who was crazy about it won't let me watch anything else. Eventually started to really like Federer. I used to support Roddick too. And then came Djokovic. 2008-09 was the peak of my Federer worship.
It's just that now after about 15 years of watching it I am learning to play it, which is why my interest has gone beyond following it casually or being mostly player centric. When you take to the court and start seeing how difficult it is do the simplest of things these pros do , you develop a new found respect for these players past and present.
Was Stefan Edberg the only player from the 90s to have won all of his grand slam matches in the head-to-head against Pete Sampras?Yet people fail to mention one of my faves, Edberg when it comes to the Sampras-Agassi 90's era. Edberg vs. any top 10 back then was a great match even though he was mid-late 80s to mid-90s. Ultra crisp volleys and a huge kick serve.
Looks like people are no longer into the shorts below the knees fashion. That's out and its back to tighter fitting shorts and shirts. Tsitipas, Gabashvili, Fed's short look tighter and Nadal as always. Djokovic OTOH should not wear tight clothes. He looks mal-nutritioned at times.