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May the Belly be with you… Yes, I just made a horrible Star Wars reference, yet, this is pivotal for us tall men. A strong set of abdominals and obliques is key to our balance, our strength and our ease throughout life. Not only that, it also helps provide low back support, allowing you freedom in your every day life. In this article, I will show you three simple exercises you can do anywhere (well, almost everywhere) that will stregnthen your core and help you STAND TALL.
We are very quickly transitioning out of the dog days of summer and into the most beautiful time of year – especially in NYC. The leaves will change, the temperatures will drop, and the crisp air will greet your nostrils daily with a friendly and welcome salutation. However we are not quite in the embrace of autumn, and still must be mindful of the seesaw we are teetering on as we move into September and October in New England.
Company: You GIANTS remember Indochino? They were our very first Bespoken review that we did on ThereAreGiants.com. Well there are back to re-prove to we talls that custom is certainly an affordable option for those of us who like to get #DonDrapered up from time to time.
Vancouver based Indochino gives you access to their latest and greatest collections via website and their famous Traveling Tailor. For round 2, we teamed up with Indochino’s NYC Traveling Tailor event for a tangible look and feel of what the company is offering in their most current line of menswear. We made an appointment online and headed down to the Meatpacking District to their rented out retail warehouse space to get #SuitedUP!
No we’re not talking about your Saturday night escapades, we’re talking about following in the footsteps of our ancestors by setting sail on the ocean blue and exploring the world! From the likes of the Spanish, British and Romans, exploring by sea has been around for tens of thousands of years and has been the main mode of transportation for great numbers of people to cross far distances and explore new lands. Evident throughout the later part of the 19th century, and well in to the 20th century, ocean liners became a main mode of transporting European immigrants across the Atlantic.