The other day I had a nightmare. I went to the gym and the guy on reception decided to make small talk, which sounded out of character. He constructed sentences in what sounded like a sales pitch. It turned out he was, he mentions some amazing nutritional product called herbal life which seemed to specialise … Continue reading Herbal life Zombies
One of the biggest excuses I hear for not losing weight is medication. And I use the word 'excuse' because 99% of the time, it isn't medication but an individuals choice of lifestyle. But when I make this point I am told to shut up because "she is really trying and has been struggling with … Continue reading Are you fat because of your medication?
Teaching others hard work I have been going to the gym for the last 13 years. During that period I have ran for 12 years, only taking it more seriously recently to help with obstacle racing events. As a commitment to my fitness, I gradually improved my nutrition, which got me some great results … Continue reading Teaching others hard work
Being in an office for local government I am constantly surround by middle-aged women who constantly seem to be on a 'diet'. It is quite amusing to hear women talk about weight loss - I'll honest I never thought people congratulated themselves because they lost 'half a pound' since there last weigh in at the local … Continue reading Why you are not losing weight
Scott Adams (author of Dilbert) has written a pretty good self-improvement book that kind of borders on a biography, called How to Fail at almost everything and still win big. The book approaches self-development by looking at mistakes in hindsight that Scott had made and reflecting on what he. This was something I found quite … Continue reading Review: How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still win big
Since I started blogging I have made more effort to read the blogs of others. However within the last couple of weeks I started feeling apprehensive about the whole process. Because this blog is about my obsession with perfection much of my time is spent looking at the fitness blogs. What blows my mind is … Continue reading Does health and fitness information overload stop progress?
So I read the new Scott Adams book. Of particular interest was his idea of having a system, against having goals. Basically he says goals are for losers as they are short term and when the goal is reached (such as losing 5lbs), a person will go back to their old habits and put the … Continue reading My Nutrition system
I kind of picked up on the WordPress Zero to Hero challenge a bit too late. It gave some 30 day steps and I thought it would be a good idea to help shape my blog. Of course I fucked things up completely by day two, which was to tell the reader what your blog … Continue reading About the Manifesto of Perfection
What the hell are we putting into our bodies? About three years ago I was having a 'recovery' drink in the form of a very sugary, high glucose Lucozade. I had started getting into the habit of looking at the calorie content of any food I ate and was kind of shocked to see this … Continue reading What are you doing the other 23 hours?