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The Vegetarian Diet: The Good, Bad and Ugly
By: Good Looking Dietitian (CNS, ADS) w/ Good Looking Loser (formerly Good Looking Kangaroo)
Forward by Good Looking Loser
I was a personal trainer and sports nutritionist in Beverly Hills, CA from ~2009-2010.
The nice part to being in Los Angeles (and around people with money) is that there is no lack of motivation to be fit and look good.
The downside to being in Los Angeles ...
Gym Motivation(Unorthodox Suggestions - Continued)
Here's Part III of our "Gym Motivation" series.
In Part I, we discussed 14 ~somewhat Orthodox suggestions that will help you get your ass to the gym until it becomes a habit.
In Part II, we discussed 9 Unorthodox suggestions - most of which - you won't find elsewhere.
It's been a pleasure to reflect and discuss these recommendations.
I needed it.
At 31, a shell of my fo...
Gym Motivation(Unorthodox Suggestions)
Here's Part II of our "Gym Motivation" series.
Part I featured somewhat more Orthodox suggestions. While mainstream, I don't think they are bad and I felt it necessary to remind you and try to expand on them.
Sometimes, there's no reason to get too creative if you have SIMPLE techniques that work.
Part II (this) and III will explore Less Orthodox ways to get excited about getting to the gym, so eventuall...
Gym Motivation(Orthodox Suggestions)
What's happening Losers?
In this long overdue discussion, I'm going to tell you what I have personally done to get motivated to hit the gym.
We'll discuss both the orthodox and the not-so-orthodox methods in our 3-part series on "Gym Motivation".
These suggestions should get the ball rolling so you can get on auto-pilot and not really need them anymore.
I'm first going to discuss and comment on some...
Ketosis 101 - What is Ketosis?
By now, most people know that low-carbohydrate diets are far healthier and better than low-fat diets for weight loss and weight maintenance.
If you ain't heard-
Professor of Medicine and director of clinical research and exercise physiology at the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute, Kerry J. Stewart notes, “After six months, those who were on the low-carb diet lost an average of 28.9 pounds versus 18.7 po...