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.
Check out this POST regarding a General Mills Cereal ad from 1943 on the 'health benefits of Breakfast'...then give this a look.... Really, it's just like fashion... we just keep going in circles. BP PS- I don't hate breakfast. Not in the slightest. Pancakes and Bacon for me any day. The point is I don't like the implied message...which is Eat, Eat, Eat. … [Read more...] about 70 years later…and breakfast is still the target…
You know what is really, really disturbing? The fact that for many men it is a mental block that is probably preventing them from getting really, really lean. In fact, sometimes a mental block can be a bigger culprit then either their diet or exercise program for preventing guys from getting lean. Here's a perfect example. I use to see this in bodybuilders all the … [Read more...] about Lose weight by blasting through mental blocks
When it comes to on-line resources of health and fitness information, I have no problems with people sharing 'what worked for them' - after all, this is EXPERIENCE, and it is a useful tool for us all to learn from. What is becoming a major trend on-line is mistaking EXPERIENCE for EXPERTISE. Learning from your own personal experience and telling people what worked for you … [Read more...] about Clarity in 2009
I received an email yesterday titled "A Contradiction?"Curious, I opened it, worried that I had somehow contradicted myself in a recent email or a blog post.Luckily, it wasn't me, but rather a fitness celebrity who had written a newsletter that the writer thought contradicted the Eat Stop Eat philosophy.Apparently, this particular newsletter was using data from a new research … [Read more...] about Dieting vs. Dieting + Exercise (and the importance of Activity)