Many of you are no doubt familiar with Aesop’s fable “The Tortoise and the Hare“, but for those who aren’t, here’s a brief summary. In the story an overconfident, and incredibly loudmouth hare is challenged ...Read the rest →
If you’ve visited our facebook fan page within the last few weeks, you’ve probably heard that on Fat Tuesday I battled a colossal 5 pound burger in Fuddrucker’s 5 Pound Burger Challenge. This burger was insane! This bad boy was packed with over over 7,000 calories, and had a bar stool for a bun!Read the rest →
How many times have you heard the phrase,“Variety is the spice of life that gives it all its flavor”? The sad thing is that this meaningful quote from William Cowper has become rather cliche. The problem with something becoming a cliche is that we usually forget to truly appreciate the meaning of words we’ve heard so often.
To me the quote means that new experiences and changes are what make our lives interesting and enjoyable, but the quote also can be ...Read the rest →
Something that many of you may not know about me is that I’m blessed, or cursed by some accounts, to call MinneSNOWta my home. Land of 10,000 fish-filled lakes, a Humphries who was fortunate enough to escape the Beverly Hillbilly tentacles of the Kardashian clan, and numerous heart-pumping, calorie roasting winter activities.
I’m a firm believer that era of obesity is nourished greatly by first being the era of doing things as fast as possible, with as little effort as possible. By ...Read the rest →
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Let me start off apologizing for the dopey smile I have on my face. For those who’ve not heard the news via Twitter, I am officially down 6% body fat to 15%! That means that I’m just 5% away from the epic 10% goal that I set back in September 2010. From what I’ve heard this is where the going gets tough (as I write ...
I’d like to start off this post by very briefly summarizing the basic anatomy of the abdomen, with the hope of painting a more complete picture of the challenges faced by all who valiantly attempt to battle the bulge.
The human abdomen is actually made up of three different muscles, each of which is responsible for several functions in the body.
1. The deepest muscle, called the ...Read the rest →