Tag: advice (page 1 of 3)

My Wrong Advice For the Big Guys

For almost 20 years, I’ve advised my heavy friends to lift weights instead of doing cardio as they lean out. The logic of my case went something like this:

  1. Muscle burns more calories than fat, so increasing muscle on someone
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The Worst Advice Always Starts With “You Should…”

This past summer I did a post titled 4 Words I Don’t Like. Somehow I neglected to add the worst offender and that is the phrase “you should”. I have discovered that the absolute worst advice is always starts … [continue reading]

Where the Paleo Message is Failing

For the past two years I have done numerous posts on nutritional topics. I’ve documented and shared the huge improvements in my health that I’ve had once I adopted a lower-carbohydrate and more paleo diet. During the real estate and … [continue reading]

CDC Confirms That More Exercise Hasn’t Helped Obesity Rates

From the story Big bummer! More 0f us exercise, but still fat:

More Americans are exercising but rates of obesity and smoking have not changed, according to the latest government data.

A survey by the U.S. Centers for Disease

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The Laziest Way To Eat Healthy

I recently was asked for advice to get started on eating healthy. Both people who wanted help had no experience cooking, but each had a desire to improve their diet. Although, there are lots of resources on learning how to … [continue reading]

The Importance of College

I was digging through my old blog and came across this post from June 2004.

10 Years Ago Today – On 6/10/1994, I graduated from The Ohio State University. Although I’m proud of my school and degree, I will say

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