I’ve written about this concept before, but it bears repeating. If you don’t know exactly what you’re trying to achieve, then you are most likely doomed for failure. Read the rest of this entry »
Today there’s a lot of controversy about what it actually takes to get healthy and to loose fat. Some say exercise, some say diet, and some say “take this pill.” But what is the truth? Can you really lose weight only through diet? Do supplements really work?
The truth is that it takes all three and one more. Therefore components of fat loss: diet/nutrition, exercise, supplementation, and lifestyle. Health and fat loss can be found to some degree in any of these individual pieces but ultimately work best together. If you want to loose that and get healthy it can be done through exercise or diet and even supplements can help, but if you truly want to be healthy and really want to permanently lose fat you’re going to need all four. Read the rest of this entry »
There is this myth out there today that skinny is better. While I won’t argue whether or not it’s better than being over-fat, skinny is hardly the best-case scenario. The problem is that people think skinny means two things: lean, and healthy. Sorry to disappoint, but it doesn’t necessarily mean either. It is possible to be skinny, and fat, and unhealthy. Read the rest of this entry »