[quote=“strongmangoals, post:1, topic:233428”]
So throw up the scenarios where strength helps out in the real world…
Strong people (physical/mental/emotional/spiritual/character) are always more useful to have on a team, any team. They are also more fun to be around.
Plus, it’s the only hobby you can keep on your person at all times. You have a good golf swing? Nobody can tell unless you’re on the course. You deadlift 495+? Your traps and forearms will be bigger than if you deadlift 225. It’s a very rare hobby since it requires hard work, consistency and goal oriented behavior.
I was working with a bunch of office monkeys and we had a moving day to get to the new office building. I show up in steel toes, work pants and a t-shirt, they look at me like I lost my mind. You’d be surprised just how useless the average office worker is.
We had two healthy grown men in their 20’s unable to lift a 150lb desk together. I got annoyed, picked it up and waddled it over to the elevator (no dolly around). Accounting manager goes: “with the strength of ten analysts! I’d help, but I uh… have a bad back.”