For a while now, Gotham has regularly introduced new villains only to sideline them and return the spotlight to the old favorites. Season 4 would benefit hugely from reversing this approach and putting the newer faces to the fore, with the show’s veterans taking a more supporting role. This approach would mean that the focus is fully on the newer villains, instead of rehashing the same old Riddler and Penguin rivalry or Barbara Kean power play. After all, viewers are already familiar with the goals and motivations of characters that have been around since day one and what they want now are fresh, fully fleshed-out enemies with strong backstories and masterplans that aren’t just evil for evil’s sake. Only the Joker can get away with that.
yeah man, I was watching this on tv and just had to laugh… these guys and women are using gear… totally misleading to show those bodies as being a result of 90 days of exercise and diet… people these days have no shame… I take pride in being natty and certainly there are genetic anomalies out there, but these folks are 100% fraudulent, I guarantee it…. Jesse is spot on about the product in his review, I don’t have to try it to say so because I train way harder than that, and I’ve been doing it in terms of YEARS, not just 3 months… Jesse is a nice guy for not raking these predators over the coals….
This article was written for how I am feeling right now. I am in week 2 of your workout book and I track all my food, am at a 25% deficit for calories and the scale is not budging! I am trudging forward but am also frustrated that I am not seeing any loss on the scale. I just started trying fasted workouts and feel like my sessions are still strong. Should I change up my macro’s to see if my body needs more fat vs carbs? I am at a loss. Any help would be great but I wanted to let you know your articles are always very interesting and I thank you.