This is gonna be lost, thank god. But level 110 autism here boys. Older guy in sweats asks me to spot him for a shot at 225. He starts going up with it, and his left leg I see shoot up. Naturally as I'm yelling "you got this, all you" sorts of things I say "cmon drive with your legs you got this." I have to spot him a few pounds and gets it up, and his first remark is "it's kinda hard to let drive with this" as he points to his stiff prothetic leg. Naturally I just kinda died inside and said "oh shit, I'm sorry, have a nice day!" As I walked to the opposite side of the gym.
Effects of overtime work on health is a controversial issue. To determine the effects of overtime work on blood pressure and body mass index (BMI) for male workers in Japan. Participants were 323 male participants of three companies. Data were collected by occupational physicians at periodic physical examinations and additional examinations. The time courses for the development of definite hypertension and an increase in BMI were recorded. The Kaplan-Meier method was used to estimate the cumulative incidence rates of developing definite hypertension and increasing BMI, and the Cox proportional hazard model was used to determine the adjusted relative hazard of overtime work. The age-adjusted incidence rates of developing definite hypertension and increasing BMI were significantly lower among the participants whose mean overtime was > or =50 h than among those whose mean overtime was or =50 h/month had lower risks of developing definite hypertension (hazard ratio, ; 95% CI, -; P < ) and increasing their BMI (hazard ratio, ; 95% CI, -; P < ) after adjusting for age. The results of this study indicate that workers whose mean overtime was > or =50 h have lower risks of developing definite hypertension and increasing their BMI.