So, holding up your pistol is hard work if you are an office worker and rarely even list a coffee cup. Holding up a pistol and shooting 500 rounds in a session can take it toll on your tired, flabby, noodlesque, computer-geek, muscles.
So what is a new shooting geek to do? Join a gym and get the benefits of a good health from that? No! Do a few pushups curls or pull-ups around the house? Piffle! Sounds too hard and jock-like.
How bout this. You never miss Family Guy, Reba, and My Name is Earl. Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights. (What? Reba is a good show!). While you are viewing your television program simply hold up two mechanical pencils, one in each hand. Stand up. Hold your arms straight out to the side and don't lower them until the show is over. Maybe, after a couple weeks, break up the routine by holding a full pistol magazing or holding your arms straight out in front. After a month you'll be cursing my name but holding your pistol steadier.
Another thought. There is a new Zombie Shooter game for the Wii. Talk about tired arms! I always thought the Wii would be a way to make geeks GARGANTUAN. Get a dance-dance nation foot pad and a rifle frame for the remote that weighs 7 pounds. If a geek does a first person shooter with his book bag on for 2 hours a session he will be in Marine shape over the summer. MBtGE is going to buy the handgun frames for his Wii. We'll have to wait for my World War 2 Wii simulator. Still. Anything to get better for later when using live ammo.
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