thanks guy you have given me a lot to think about.
n4rf, i like the idea of good cardio vs. bad cardio. could you explain what HIT is i've heard it around this forum but have never actually looked up what it is.
PWO nutrition seems a little boring to me but could be interesting. i think that eating right after a good work should be done regardless if it creates an optimal situation for gains. i really don't think it would be detrimental. of course it depends on what you are actually eating at the time which is where the controversy probably lies if any.
Splendour, those are some interesting topics. I like the Tia Chi idea it made be think of a broader topic of the correlation between mental health and physical health and fitness.
Also, bouncing while stretching is not necessarily always bad. i would never have a novice or my 80 year old grandmother do it, but i can think of a few sports where it could actually be helpful. for example short distance hurdling the bouncing of the stretch would help their legs get used to rapid contraction in the ends of their ROM like when they are coming over the hurdle. so maybe i could do something with that topic like myths and rules of thumb when it comes to working out when they apply and when they don't.
thanks for the ideas everybody keep'um coming i have to have a topic by the 12th so lets keep this going.