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Děkuji, pane Smith…

I train in a garage gym. Not because I can’t train in a carpeted, shiny, air conditioned palace, but because I know that just being willing to train in discomfort leads to greater gains, some that you can see and some that you will never. Continue Reading…

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17 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight

from Mark’s Daily Apple

Effective, healthy weight loss isn’t only due to the simplistic calories in, calories out paradigm. Nor is it solely reliant on diet and exercise. It’s everything – it’s all the various signals our body receives from the environment that affect how our genes express themselves and thrive. How we approach the subject matters, too. Continue Reading…

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Tak tohle cvičení si někdy musíme zkusit!

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A něco k zamyšlení od mého mentora Skipa Chase. Díky Skipe.

Are you wasting your time?


How old are you? I turned 58 on January 1st. I’ve spent 58 years on this planet, one day at a time. As of today, that’s 21,176 days. Continue Reading…

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A zase veslování…tentokrát trochu delší

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More Calorie-Counting Nonsense

Posted by Tom Naughton

When I was a kid in the 1960s, nutrition labels were pretty much non-existent. People who wanted to lose weight usually just put a little less food on their plates and cut out the obvious offenders, like desserts and potatoes. If you actually wanted to know exactly how many calories were in your food, you had to go buy a book.  Almost nobody did … but amazingly, there were fewer fat people.

Now nutrition labels are everywhere, but there are more fat people. I’m surprised the proponents of the Lipid Hypothesis didn’t leap to the obvious conclusion: nutrition labels must make people gain weight … I mean, just look at the correlation.

You’d think this little bit of history would convince the high priests of the Holy Church of Accepted Advice For Living A Long And Healthy Life that accurate calorie-counts aren’t the key to losing weight. And of course, you’d be wrong. They’re still convinced it’s all about counting calories. Take a look at this video:

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Ohmigosh, the calorie counts on restaurant meals and pre-packaged meals are off by an average of 18 percent! Horrors! Continue Reading…

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A tady je druhá část…

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Jsme potěšeni, že můžeme sledovat několik jedinců odhodlaných ke změně jejich stravovacích a pohybových návyků a jejich přípravu po dobu příštích 8-týdnů.

A nejen pro ně je tohle video…

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