Monthly Archives: August 2006
Rozz departs late tonight, or rather tomorrow extreeeeeeeeemely early, on a redeye flight to Seattle to go to acupuncture school. It won’t be until December that she gets a break to come home for Christmas. In fact, a three-year program, … Continue reading
Red currants, walnuts, & cinnamon on my morning oatmeal (steel-cut oats) Maybe you’ve heard that oft-cited statistic that, of all people who go on a weight loss program, 95% regain all that weight. In other words, only 5% succeed at … Continue reading
Craig Ballantyne’s Turbulence Training blog today had part 1 of an interval training primer, entitled “The Best Cardio Intervals For Fat Loss – part 1”. (Full information on Ballantyne’s program is at his main Turbulence Training website.) This is good … Continue reading
Using John Berardi’s Precision Nutrition program to tweak my diet.
A couple of weeks ago while loading out the junk — er, I mean the stuff — in Jesse’s old room, I discovered a belt we’d bought him at some time in the remote past that he has never worn. … Continue reading
Just received my Precision Nutrition package. Will be reading/viewing/listening over the weekend & working out what I need to do.
I was attracted to Precision Nutrition by John Berardi’s discussion at his website of insulin resistance & insulin sensitivity. In my own research on insulin resistance, prediabetes, & Type 2 diabetes, I learned a few months back about how fat … Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been in the midst of moving hell, which has caused my regular exercise to suffer somewhat. Though not as badly as I’d feared — it’s amazing how much walking one does just carrying … Continue reading
I just want to provide some basic definitions to illustrate the terms that I’m using & how I understand them, & to try to state my basic understandings as clearly as I know how to. Anabolism: The phase of metabolism … Continue reading