Best Golf Exercises in 2020
The Ultimate In-Home Golf Fitness Program: Your 12-Week Plan Towards Increased Distance, Durability, and Flexibility
The Flexible Golf Swing: A Cutting-Edge Guide to Improving Flexibility and Mastering Golf's True Fundamentals
Fix Your Body, Fix Your Swing: The Revolutionary Biomechanics Workout Program Used by Tour Pros
Golf Rx: A 15-Minute-a-Day Core Program for More Yards and Less Pain
Weight Training for Golf: The Ultimate Guide
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Why "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" is an Exercise in Frustration
The story of how I got fed up with the least realistic of all reality television shows.
So why did I start watching the show? I'm not sure I understand that myself, to be honest, but I bet it involved a rainy Saturday afternoon and a friend's DVD set. I have a much better grasp on the reasons why I kept watching it.
In short, I was interested. The women of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" were completely out of the ordinary and, at the same time, nowhere near as out of the ordinary as most of us would like to think. We, like Kim and Kris, fight with the people we love over things that seem ridiculous in retrospect. Like Khloe and Kourtney, we get worked up over "problems" that don't really matter. Thus, the show tricked me into caring about its characters, and I found myself waiting with bated breath for them to get their acts together.
Obviously, that was never going to happen. Regardless of how the Kardashians behave in real life-a matter I don't pretend to know anything about-the Kardashians of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" are train wrecks by definition. As the show progresses, this becomes more and more obvious, and as it did, I gradually lost interest. The Kardashians are just nice enough that you don't want to give up hope for them, and just horrible enough you can't sympathize with them as they are.
As a viewer, I found this a frustrating place to be in. There's no sense in caring about people who will never be allowed to grow or change. When it comes right down to it, any individual episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is excellent guilty pleasure viewing, but the show as a whole has little to recommend it. Given that this particular reality show is so loosely based in reality, I don't think it's unreasonable to ask for a new plotline or a bit of character development on occasion.
Therefore, I'm done with "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." I haven't watched a single episode of the most recent season, and I have no plans to do so anytime soon. I'd be lying, though, if I pretended I'd never taken out my season one DVD set (yes, really) and popped a disc into the player after getting home from work. Like I said, it's a guilty pleasure.