A Proper Introduction

Handshake Post 1
(Thanks to P Kinski)

The handshake. The ubiquitous greeting used by businessmen, new neighbors, and good friends has been poorly represented in recent years. Too many limp, un-firm “finger shakes” have left me questioning the content of a person’s character long before I even know them.

My mother has never had this problem, as many of my high school teachers can attest. And while my mother is in fact strong, having a strong handshake has nothing to do with being strong. A simple body hack makes the different between a wet noodle and a warm vice. Continue reading