Tag: lean

How Exercise Indirectly Kept Me Fatter

In the previous post Walking Didn’t Lean Me Out, I explained how my getting lean was a result of diet alone and that exercise played no role in my losing 20 pounds of fat. The fat loss came from … [continue reading]

Walking Didn’t Lean Me Out

One of the things I hear often is that I am lean because I frequently go for walks and a few of those walks tend to be long. When I try and correct the misinformation by stating I leaned out … [continue reading]

The Grand Experiment – Abs Without Breaking a Sweat

I wasn’t ready to post about this, but I’ve been getting questions about what seems to be a conflicting opinion regarding my fitness protocol. On one hand, I think Tabatas and sprints are great. Yet I openly admit that I … [continue reading]

Moving Up The Leanness Levels

In the post Leanness Defined, I went over the 4 Levels of Leanness defined by Christian Thibaudeau and Chris Shugart. I also added a level. They are:

  • Level 0 – You are mostly lean, but your abs arent quite
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Leanness Defined

I’m the rare individual who¬†believes the obesity rates in America are overstated. We aren’t as fat and unhealthy as the government numbers suggest. They are using the BMI, which in my opinion is a near worthless metric. I’ve … [continue reading]