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Posts Tagged ‘Myth Busting’
Eating to avoid muscle loss and preventing your metabolism from slowing down
Ok, so I haven’t written a post for a while.
There’s been a distinct lack of gimmick-busting, blunt, condescending blather since my absence.
How often should you eat, snack and should you skip breakfast?
Possibly the most controversial and most talked about topic floating around the interwebs of late is that of meal frequency especially when it concerns intermittent fasting. Let’s try and get to the bottom of the question ‘How often should you eat, snack and should you skip breakfast?’.…
Why am I harping on such an old gimmick such as The ThighMaster?
This product is kinda old (circa 1991), but is well deserved at copping a hiding from yours truely. It genuinely helped kick-start the “results by association” phenomena which is prevalent in the fitness industry today.…
Intermittent fasting challenge
With Visual Impact having come to an end, I feel it’s time to trial something else which is a little more diet-related.
I’ll continue to use Visual Impact as a training regimen, whilst manipulating my diet even further with an Intermittent Fasting protocol from leangains.com
What is lean gains?…
Power Balance bracelets exposed as a scam
In follow up to a previous article I wrote on these little bullsh*t bands, there has been some legal action against The Power Balance band makers by The ACCC.
In an article over at smh.com.au (full article here), it reads:
“The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ordered Power Balance Australia to refund all customers who feel they were misled by the supposed benefits of Power Balance bracelets.”
I wonder if this very news will convince those that have already parted with their $60 to ask for a refund?…
Drinking water at meal times might be a bad idea
“I drink 4-5 gallons a day—I still have a spare tyre and eat cakes in my sleep, but at least I have that water thing covered”
I see it in comment threads everywhere aswell as blog posts
Sure, it’s healthy to drink a sh*t-load of water on every day ending in the letter ‘Y’, but I more interested in people becoming aware as to why they are drinking so much water and not only that — making sure their water intake is timed around set periods of the day.…
If I see another article talking about six-pack abs and how to achieve them (not including this one), I think I’m going to puke.
It’d be great if Google recognised such search terms and displayed a screen to the user saying:
“You look like you’re delusional and looking for a quick fix, how bout these three magic beans instead?”
Look, there’s no magical pill, technique, diet plan or exercise this side of liposuction that’s going to give you a washboard stomach in the near future.…
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