Wonderful Water

The importance of water to your wellbeing cannot be overstated. To begin, your body is made up of about sixty percent water. Your blood, for example, is eighty-three percent water, while your lungs are ninety percent and your brain is about seventy percent water. You can survive many many days without food (around a month). […] Read more »

Barbie as a Role Model?

Our society has been unduly harsh and critical of the female form for decades. Whatever happened to the voluptuous models of the Michaelangelo era? Michaelangelo said, “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” Women need to understand that they are beautiful in […] Read more »

Top Ten Traits Winners at the Fat-Burning Game Have in Common

When you see people who are successful at something, it’s a good idea to study them and find out how and why they are successful. This is especially true if they are successful in an area in which you personally wish to excel! Take a look at what winners in your desired area did to […] Read more »

Reduce Stress

What is stress? Stress is when your body perceives danger, or a threat, possibly due to you becoming tense, hyperventilating, or becoming angry. When our bodies think they are in danger, they release adrenaline and cortisol, the fight or flight hormones that accelerate breathing and heart rate. (Also of note, cortisol, released during stressful times, […] Read more »

How I Got Ripped

“Not a minute to waste.”  That is how I reframed my thinking after the untimely passing of a close family member right before the start of the “Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle” (BFFM) 2011 Summer Challenge … the Challenge I wasn’t going to enter because I “didn’t want to waste my summer dieting and […] Read more »