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I noticed that my motivation to train was declining, and I was also becoming less interested in being active; instead of getting up for my morning walk at 5:30, I’d hit the snooze button. Junk food started to look more appealing, and I was experiencing a more lethargic attitude at work. This all lead me to one conclusion…BEING LAZY SUCKS. Read more here: Why Being Lazy Sucks - Layman's Strength
“Dieting” has become its own industry. Hundreds of books, DVDs, magazines, and other media are published every year devoted to different styles of dieting. Low-carb, low-fat, paleo, ketogenic, metabolic typing, etc., etc. With so many options, all of which claim to be the optimal solution for the world’s health & weight problems, it’s no wonder that people get so confused and mislead when it comes to what they should be putting in their bodies. To be successful in achieving your health goals... Go to BodyBlog
lduncan88 created a new BodyBlog entry "Walking: The Easiest & Most Misunderstood Way to Health & Vitality".
The training world is rife with debate over what functions human anatomy is “supposed” to perform well naturally. For all the back & forth people have on that subject, one thing that makes sense to everybody is the human body’s ability to walk. Perhaps only secondary to mating, walking is the most basic moving function we do. Science will never “prove” this, but it’s one of my beliefs that the fastest way to optimize our physical health & well-being is to perform activities we’re... Go to BodyBlog
lduncan88 created a new BodyBlog entry "Being A Successful Young Man In the 21st Century".
The perspective from the post-school, 20-something American male is one that needs to be reconciled. On the one hand, many of us have aspirations of fulfilling the same roles as the patriarchs before us; to own a home & raise a family. Expectations from outside our group reinforce these ideals. On the other, we have to compete for what little work prospective employers are still offering, and doing so often means living a life from one pay-day to the next. We barely have time to think about... Go to BodyBlog