Telling someone who is struggling with their weight to "eat less and move more" is like telling a depressed person to “be happy”. This was a Facebook status I read the other day… and my first response after reading it was anger. "NONSENSE" is the first word that sprung to mind. However, after thinking about it, I realize that the quote is a good one. There is a … [Read more...] about Eat less and move more. Nonsense?
(The mistress in the basement) The relationship between fasting and strength seems to be an issue that has been coming up a lot in the comments on this blog. So here's something to think about: I've been following Eat Stop Eat for over three years. I am significantly stronger than a lot of on-line fitness personalities who do not fast. And, there are on-line … [Read more...] about Fasting and Strength
That's our new Eating Responsibly slogan - WWGS? Firstly, as you may or may not have noticed, I play with the the look of my blog...a lot. Most likely this is to compensate for the fact that the www.EatStopeat.com site is a bloody nightmare (damn you iweb). So I apologize for all the color changes etc..but it's keeping me sane. OK, now..onto nutrition. Last post … [Read more...] about What would Grandma Say?
Wow. Finally saw a UFC fight that was worth staying up late to watch. (and trust me, this is an AMAZING feat of will power for me..) Now, regardless of whether or not you approve of Mixed Martial Arts I can tell you that there is some valuable lessons to be learned from this sport. After watching George St. Pierre continually improve as a fighter (he's the guy who … [Read more...] about Oreos, Back Pain and the UFC.
Some people are naturally big and strong, while some people will always be small. Some are short, and some are tall. But nobody was 'meant' to be fat. You can always improve. You can work within your strengths, and improve on your weaknesses, but you can't change you you are. But your body fat? That's not you. It's hiding you. I know this sounds 'new age', but it's … [Read more...] about Nobody was ‘meant’ to be fat.