Thursday, November 25, 2010

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Do these 10 fitness trends work?

"A goal is a dream with a deadline."
Napoleon Hill

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Bizarre Health Fads

Building on our last example of health fads gone wrong is Biotape, the pain-relieving tape disseminated by Smart Inventions Inc. Made of a space-age conductive Mylar that connects broken circuits that cause pain, Biotape and its makers fell flat when confronted by the Federal Trade Commission, having to settle for $2.5 million in consumer refunds. The product’s website is still functional, but can now only claim that the tape connects the broken chi in all of us. Who knew that our chi was broken?

2.Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet

Bizarre Health Fads

You’ve probably seen the infomercials on the Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet, a breakthrough in science that was first marketed as a pain-relief product, but then went on to promise those who wear it enhanced performance, balance and vitality. How did it achieve its magical effects? Ionization, of course. Not surprisingly, when tested, the Q-Ray was not ionized at all and its makers were court-ordered to turn over $16 million in profits as refunds to consumers due to false advertising.

3.Cow Urine

Bizarre Health Fads

For our next bizarre health fad, we turn our attention to a South Asian nation of one billion -- India. The cow is a sacred creature in India, to such an extent that India's biggest and oldest Hindu nationalist group, the Cow Protection Department of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), hopes to turn cow urine into the next soft-drink craze. The RSS has been steadily building hype for cow urine over the past few years, promoting the liquid as a cure for a range of ailments including liver disease and, of course, cancer. By the end of this year, RSS hopes to release its "cow cola" to the masses, assuring the public that it will taste great. The taste, however, may be of little concern, considering that imposters have already begun selling knock-off buffalo urine as the real thing.

4.Bee Venom

Bizarre Health Fads

What better way to find out if you are fatally allergic to bee venom than by deliberately letting yourself get stung in the name of health? Welcome to the practice of bee venom therapy, whereby therapists apply bee venom to specific points on the surface of the body to cure or reduce symptoms of arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, herpes, and even breast cancer. Although the practice is rare in the Western world, bee venom therapy is still abuzz in China, being offered as one of an exhaustive list of folk remedies at any of the 3,000 or so traditional folk medicine clinics across the country. While apitherapy (the medicinal use of bee products, such as honey) has some medicinal usefulness, the claims for bee venom therapy are just too far-fetched to believe

5. Hula-Hooping With Weights

This is one of the latest fitness fads and entails hula-hooping, a craze of the 1950s, with weighted hoops to trim the stomach muscles. While this fad may seem a bit crazy, popular singer Beyonce says that she does it to stay slim. Doctors have weighed in on this fad and say that it is an effective form of cardiovascular exercise and can help with weight loss, but that there is no need to use weighted hula hoops as they can cause back injuries. You can get the same results from a regular hula-hoop.

6. Strippercize

This form of exercise is touted by movie star Kate Hudson, who states that not only is it useful in the bedroom but it can help women stay thin. Doctors disagree and suggest that anything that involves wearing 7-inch spike heels is not good for any woman, especially when exercising. They add that doing so can actually cause harm to your ankles and feet. However, if you wear proper attire this type of exercise can strengthen your core and provide cardiovascular benefits. Just make sure you go for sneakers instead of stilettos!

7. Bodyblade

The Bodyblade approach involves lifting a bar over your head and shaking to exercise your trunk muscles. Doctors say that this exercise can be helpful for physical therapy, but it appears to be another fad that does not have clear fitness benefits. However, they also say that there is no harm in performing this exercise.

8. Bikram yoga

Please note that this does not refer to yoga in general - but specifically Bikram yoga. I think yoga in general has many benefits when used in the right way and in the right context.

Bikram yoga was 'invented' by a guy in the 1970's, he had the bright idea of performing yoga in a room that is heated to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. It doesn't bother me that the founder of it lives in Beverly Hills and has 40 Rolls Royces (according to this article in The Times). And even the spurious health and fitness claims don't bother me that much (several Bikram yoga websites claim that it makes your body burn fat more effectively and redistributes fat in the muscle structure - hmm, so if I sit in a sauna I'll burn more fat). What mainly bothers me is a bunch of guys wearing Speedo's. Sorry, but I don't want some dude in a pair of swimming trunks doing a down dog in my face and spraying sweat all over me!

The only time you should be wearing speedo's is if you are in a swimming pool in an actual swimming competition

Okay, I lied the spurious health claims do bother me. As does standing on someones back while they are in full spinal flexion, McGill is somewhere in Canada, probably in his spinal lab shedding a tear. Bottom line, I don't think overstretching ligaments and tendons in a hot environment is a good idea.

9.Functional training that is not functional

Somewhere along the line functional training jumped the shark. It metamorphosed into people standing on various objects filled with air while doing a rotational lunge matrix. I was hoping this stuff was dead, but only a couple of weeks ago I saw a guy trying to stand on a swiss ball

Functional Clown Training

If something is functional, what is it functional for. Unless you spend your life standing on bags filled with air then there is very little functional carry over.

Functional should relate to the task at hand. For example, with some elderly GP referral clients, things like squats from a bench (getting out of a chair), step ups (for walking up stairs) and suitcase deadlifts (for picking up shopping) are all functional to their needs.

Funtional Training is Not Doing Circus evercise with no real world Purpose.

10. The Power Plate

According to the Power Plate website, this piece of equipment is backed by 40 years of research that shows “vibration training enables users to achieve a higher level of fitness.” We’re also told, “Far better results are achieved than with conventional training methods in just 10 minutes, 3 times a week.”

Plain and simple, don’t buy the hype. Don’t buy the celebrity endorsements or the testimonials that come from the people who stood on this vibrating platform once for ten minutes and said they felt sore or felt better.

Have you ever felt sore after sleeping on an uncomfortable bed? Well, this kind of soreness isn’t indicative of any muscle building properties offered by uncomfortable cots, and is the same kind of soreness you’d feel after standing on a vibrating platform for ten or fifteen minutes.

If standing on a vibrating platform offered real health benefits, subway riders would be the healthiest lot on the planet. If vibrations were the key to being fit, you’d never see a fat jackhammer operator.

I could waste hours discussing this fallacious nonsense. But I’ll keep it as short as possible.

As Madonna performs in London, the word is the aging pop star has kept her fabulous figure fabulous by using a faddish gadget known as the Power Plate. The Power Plate is a vibrating platform you stand on while assuming various positions, which – according to testimonials and marketing materials – can strengthen and tone and all that good stuff in just ten minutes a day, three days per week.

By the way, Madonna is in phenomenal shape because she's spent the past 20+ years working at it, not because she uses the Power Plate
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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Is more expensive always better

Hi Everyone

It's Monday...and today I was listening to something on the radio and it got me thinking..are more expensive things Always Better?

and of course some how I relate this to exercise and fitness. Funny enough I have one of the most expensive Bootcamps in my the most expensive, but one of ($257 for 4 weeks)...last night I saw a bootcamp for $67 for 5 weeks...and I want to talk about this but first lets look at these other examples:

Wine...this is Dom. Romane Conti 1997 - app. $1,540 for 1 Bottle

This is Boone's

$3.69 per bottle.

Is the more expensive bottle better? I guess that depends on you.

What a bout toilet paper?

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Renovo toilet paper is priced from just over $3 for a single roll

You could also get Maximum Value brand of toilet tissue for .77 cents for a 4 pack


Salvatore Ferragamo $1,500

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I can go on and on and on..but back to my classes.

Let's see I have a Degree from Rutgers in Exercise Science,11 Different Fitness Certifications, 15 years of Experience...and on and on..I should be charging more than I do!

Now for All the price shoppers do you think the "other" guy has all that info in his or her head? Because if he or she did would they charge $2.68 to train you....Is that who you want to put your Health and Fitness needs in the hand of?

I think somethings you can bargain shop..other you should not.

Just my 2 cents...


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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Black Ops Fat Loss

Hi Everyone,

So The New Call of Duty Game BLACK OPS hit stores today..and I find it amazing how fast these games sell..Kids and Adults were at Game stop yesterday at 6pm making a line to make sure they got 1st..They have had this game on reserve for MONTHS..yet these people or most of them don't put even a tenth (1/10) of that effort in to their health.

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#3 Visualize the way you want to look:

Visualization is a technique used by winners in all walks of life. If you really want something to come to fruition, put your imaginative mind to work. See the result in front of you, play the game you are going to play in your mind or watch yourself accepting your degree at college. The only limit is your own mind.

You can use visualization to acquire new habits, like eating healthier or eating slowly which prevents overeating and obesity; have you ever seen an aerobatic pilot visualizing his/her routine on the ground using only the hands and the imagination? Have you ever rehearsed a job interview in your mind?

Fix your mindset. Nothing is going to get better when you feel lousy about yourself and your chances in life. A positive mindset will reset an erring period of bad luck. It will turn that half empty glass into the half full glass; the rainy day into the silver-lined cloud. Seize opportunities to change and move on.

Visualization takes practice. Everyone has the power to do but not everyone has the belief in it. If you are skeptical, you may want to convince yourself that this is a waste of time. Do not give into this temptation because everyone, skeptics included, can benefit from visualizing. It is about our brain's ability to synthesize results, a scientifically proven fact.

#4 From Alwyn Cosgrove:

The Hierarchy of Fat Loss

1. Correct Nutrition

There’s pretty much nothing that can be done to out-train a crappy diet. You quite simply have to create a caloric deficit while eating enough protein and essential fats. There’s no way around this.

2. See #1

Yep. It really is that important. Several trainers have espoused that the only difference between training for muscle gain and training for fat loss is your diet. I think that’s a massive oversimplification, but it does reinforce how important and effective correct nutrition is toward your ultimate goal.

3. Activities that burn calories, maintain/promote muscle mass, and elevate metabolism

I think it’s fairly obvious that the bulk of calories burned are determined by our resting metabolic rate or RMR. The amount of calories burned outside of our resting metabolism (through exercise, thermic effect of feeding, etc.) is a smaller contributor to overall calories burned per day.

We can also accept that RMR is largely a function of how much muscle you have on your body — and how hard it works. Therefore, adding activities that promote or maintain muscle mass will make that muscle mass work harder and elevate the metabolic rate. This will become our number one training priority when developing fat loss programs.

4. Activities that burn calories and elevate metabolism

The next level of fat loss programming would be a similar activity. We’re still looking at activities that eat up calories and increase EPOC.

EPOC (Exercise Post Oxygen Consumption) is defined scientifically as the “recovery of metabolic rate back to pre-exercise levels” and “can require several minutes for light exercise and several hours for hard intervals.”

Essentially, we’re looking for activities that keep us burning more calories after the exercise session.

5. Activities that burn calories but don’t necessarily maintain muscle or elevate metabolism

This is the “icing on the cake” — adding in activities that’ll burn up additional calories but don’t necessarily contribute to increasing metabolism. This is the least effective tool in your arsenal as it doesn’t burn much outside of the primary exercise session.

Let’s put this fat loss continuum together in terms of our progressive training hierarchy.

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Monday, November 8, 2010

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Hey there,

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Research Shows You May NEVER Lose Weight?

Hi Everyone,

Are You Hardwired To Never Lose Weight?

There is some pretty solid research that shows some people may be hard wired to never lose weight or they lose it and gain it back.

Don't worry this isn't a permanent thing. You are not doomed if this is you.

David Kessler, M. D. and author of "The End of Overeating" and his researchers have looked into why some people weight cycle.

What they found was that we all have reward circuits in our brains and that some individuals are "conditioned hypereaters". Those that he calls "conditioned hypereaters" excessively activate these reward circuits just from smelling food.

Kessler estimates that half of obese people and around 30 percent of overweight individuals are conditioned hypereaters.

The research and evidence also shows that this action or hard wired mechanism is partially learned and can re-wired through conditioning much like how it occurred in the first place.

Since emotional triggers can play a important role in what we eat and don't eat we have to recognize this and focus on conditioning our emotions to have a more positive outcome.

This is part of what we call behavior modification or behavior change. It isn't always just about dieting or restricting calories and then all is well. Many times weight gain is emotionally driven so this means you have to manipulate those emotions to achieve the outcome you desire.

For example if you mess up and eat something you shouldn't have it isn't the end of the world and you haven't ruined your progress. Instead of getting frustrated just move on to the next stage of your day and focus on the positive. You will make a better decision at the next feeding opportunity.

The focus of behavior modification is controlling your emotions instead of them controlling you, which leads to negative thoughts and negative behaviors.

Here is a little exercise for you.

Write down how you feel when you are eating: are you happy, stressed, sad, etc.

Why are you eating?: Is it time to eat, did you skip a meal, etc.

Why did you choose the foods you are eating?

Keep track of this at every meal for 3-5 days and at the end of each day look at what you ate for the day, the quantities and then look at the emotions you wrote down next to that meal.

Is there a correlation? Did you choose unhealthy foods when you were stressed? Did you eat too many calories because you were frustrated about something?

Start to learn about your emotions and what they cause you to do and then you can focus on how to control them.

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