The most beautiful shape in the world . . .
What the hell's going on with the camel toe videos?
What are you gay or something!?
Re: the beer every mile: that is awesome. I had sort of discovered this for myself many years ago. There were a few times when I got trounced at the house of my buddies girlfriend (with them there too) which was about five miles from where my parents lived. The first time I ever tried jogging home I had no idea what would happen, but once I started running I realized it was actually awesome!
Obviously it has its limits; noticed the dude did barf shortly past the 11 mile mark. But on the whole it probably gives a slight advantage. Alcohol dilates blood vessels and while its effects when resting are dehydration (because it inhibits vasopressin production thus causing you to urinate "too much"), this effect may be impeded by exercise. Meaning: because you are perspiring and your body temperature is rising from the exercise, any reduction in vasopressin production (vasopressin promotes water retention and blood vessel constriction) must be overridden by other factors that come into play during exercise. With a really low alcohol content beer like Coors lite, if you strike the right balance in whatever physical processes cancel out the diuretic effects of alcohol on the pituitary, the beer might even have a net hydrating effect!
Combine the blood vessel dilation effects (increased blood throughput which probably increases respiratory efficiency slightly) and the hedonic effects (reduced pain, reduced inhibition) and the mildly euphoric effects (opioid pathways apparently are increasingly thought to be an important part of why it is addictive) = in the right doses fairly ideal exercise enhancer!
I seem to recall reading that many body builders would drink about one beer before a work out session.