Originally Posted by coatandthai
Men's Health, on the other hand, is the equivalent to Mademoiselle and Elle for women -- you know, "10 easy steps to a better love life" and "flat abs for summer in just 1 week."
Which is exactly why some of you are taking this way too seriously. On the other hand, I don't see why it's so hard to believe that this study could be correct. I mean, why's it so hard to believe that it's easier to perform better cognitively when you are more comfortable? As much as many of the members here say that their Borrelli and Kiton suits feel like a second skin, for most people, sweats are a lot more comfortable than a suit. Even if you're wearing a nice suit, just having a belt strapped around your waist is uncomfortable. Also, no matter how expensive your Edward Greens are, they're not going to be as comfortable as a good pair of sneakers (again, for the vast majority of people in the world). I don't see why you think this is beyond the realm of possibility or probability.