November 25, 2009

Hey folks, you guys have asked some great questions recently, and I’ll be getting to those in the immediate future.  Today however, I’d like to wish each of you a happy Thanksgiving. Speaking of Thanksgiving, check out this picture. Notice what appears to be the non-whole wheat bread…the mashed potatoes, which probably contain generous helpings of butter…the gravy, the sweet potato pie…etc., etc.  This is the type of meal my (...)

The “King” of Exercises

November 23, 2009

Fellas, do you want to be strong and powerfully built?  Do you want to be an all-around physical specimen?  There is perhaps no better exercise to bring out those qualities in you than the “king” of exercises — the squat. Squats work all of the muscles that help you stand up — thighs, butt, and hamstrings.  Also, your core (abs, back and obliques), which supports your spine and keeps you (...)

Back to the Basics

November 14, 2009

If you want to tone up, lose fat, or gain muscle, and you want to do it FAST, there are some key resistance exercises that can help you reach those goals. Now, some of you may be thinking, “Hey!  Aren’t resistance exercises used just to build muscle?”  My answer to those thinking this thought is, “Yes, AND resistance training can be used to help to tone and lose fat as (...)

For The Single Folks Out There

November 11, 2009

One of the most important decisions a person can make is who they decide to spend the rest of their life with.  After all, your mate will influence you, will likely have the have the ability to bring you joy or…the opposite of joy, and could motivate you to great achievements or negative behaviors.  Because of the impact a significant other can have on our lives, the decision to date, (...)

High Level Nice-Bod Overview

November 10, 2009

If you want to tone your body, use resistance training, aerobic exercise, and reduce your caloric intake a bit (10 – 15%) in order to drop body fat.  Use the zig-zag method of weight loss, as discussed in my earlier video, in order to avoid plateaus.  On the “up” day(s) of your zig-zag diet, increase calories by approximately 2 calories per lean pound of body weight.  Schedule 1 or 2 (...)


November 2, 2009

Generally, as a person ages, the rate at which she/he burns calories decreases.  This is a major reason why people become increasingly pudgy as they get older. Is this decrease in metabolism and increase in body fat level inevitable? Maybe not.  The typical gradual and steady drop in metabolism along with a gradual and steady increase in fatness can be GREATLY diminished, if not thwarted, for many, many years IF…we (...)



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