Golden Oldies: Fitness Posts You Probably Don’t Remember

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“Hey, I know that exercise!  I just forgot it!”

This morning I watched a bodyweight exercise DVD and reminded myself of a few favorite exercises.

It’s always cool to go over old information and see what it looks like from a new perspective.

With that in mind, here are a few posts that will totally help you reach your fat loss and fitness goals:

Soy is bad for the environment AND your health (it also stops fat loss!)

Soy, My Nipples, And Your Health

If you do nothing else but cut grains out of your diet, you’ll be at lower risk for heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and cancer.  Also, you’ll be thinner and less bloated:

Grains SUCK!

Diabetes is all about insulin management.  And controlling insulin is the first step to getting the body you deserve.  Get the basics here:

Understanding Insulin: No Biochemistry Needed!

My weight loss and fitness programs are all based on understanding how and what your metabolism really is.  If you want to know the WHY of my system, check this out:

The Four Components Of Metabolism

Once you have the components of metabolism down, you’ll be ready for these posts on the failure of aerobics:

Aerobics SUCK!

5 Reasons Aerobics Suck For Fat Loss

Important News For People Who Hate A Long And Boring “Cardio” Workout

And here is a post showing that resistance training raises your metabolism even AFTER your workout:

Enhanced Abdominal Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Lipolysis = “Burns More Belly Fat”

Lastly, here are 2 examples of effective metabolism boosting workouts (so you can show your friends and family what REALLY works :))

Simple Bootcamp Workout (actual bootcamp session)

6 Week Workout For Fat Loss (actual personal training program)

2 Responses to “Golden Oldies: Fitness Posts You Probably Don’t Remember”

  1. Jake - Carson Personal Trainer Says:


    These are great!

    Can I share this post with my clients?

    ~ Jake

  2. Luke Says:

    Sure buddy!

    Just put my website at the bottom :)