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3 tips on using calorie counters for fat-loss

May 30, 2011


I wrote a post on free calorie counters a little while ago and I wanted to expound more on the topic. I’ve been following my clients on myfitnesspal for a decent amount of time now. Here are some things I’ve noticed: – 1) Don’t half ass it If you are going to use one (which […]

Age is not an excuse to be out of shape

May 20, 2011


I swear I hear something about my age at least once a week. Once I graduated college I moved out to San Diego. Somehow it just happened I went from primarily hanging out with people who were the same age as me, to where now I am around people who are primarily older than me. […]

Interesting reads

May 19, 2011


Check these out: Patients, beware of wrong-side surgeries -Most people seem to have the belief that surgery should always be the last resort, however, in my experience people (very) often don’t practice this belief. Well, this article further reaffirms how seriously people should take having surgery. Cutting open your body is ALWAYS a risk. I […]

Videos of clients gettin’ down

May 19, 2011


Here a couple recent videos of clients gettin’ down! . Firefighter training: . Bigger booty training: *** Become a client. ***

“Chronic pain has no solution”

May 19, 2011


Horseshit. The title of this is a quote is from a couple month old Time Magazine article. I feel bad for anyone who has chronic pain, which, according to the article, is a damn good amount of people (76 million). Because the article is essentially telling these people, “You are completely screwed, so just start […]

Beware of the almond

May 12, 2011


Somehow almonds have become a food that’s on everyone’s list of things to eat when dieting. The most recurring arguments people, or the media, use for their inclusion are: They have a good amount of protein, they have the good type of fat in them, they’re a good source of Vitamin E, they’re just overall […]

Are we really that inactive?

May 1, 2011


In my post about why portion control shouldn’t be your first concern when attempting to lose weight, but eating less often should, I mentioned I was going to delve into some other topics talked about in the paper Why have Americans become more obese? The next topic of that paper I wanted to look at […]