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Good insight into the cardio options we see at the gym.
Costco is now selling emergency food. This is apparently the top of the line, a four person one year supply – or just over 30,000 servings of such delicious essentials as cans and cans of freeze dried potato “chunks.” When I first came across these products in one of the store’s monthly flyers, I thought “what kind of wackadoo buys this?” Thanks to the New York Times, I now know. They’re called preppers because the old term, hoarding paranoiacs, wasn’t snappy enough. With that out of the way, I have some other pressing questions.
If you are into this sort of thing, how do you decide what to buy? It seems risky to settle for 491 servings of pinto beans when you can get 621 servings of lentils for a measly two bucks more. I wonder if somewhere there’s a prepper convinced that his 39 pounds of beans in a…
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This is a great article about knowing the difference between calories and nutrients. Not all calories are created equal and our county is very under nourished. This contributes to chronic disease and illness. It was an interesting read.
This article was full of useful information on how to get the most out of your strength training sessions. I am sure you are like me and want to make sure you are not wasting your time in the gym. It was some great information. Thankfully, I have had good advice and training so not much for me to change. But it was good to know that I am on the right track. I do see plenty of people making these mistakes. Unfortunately, I see a lot of it going on in training sessions with personal trainers. I always wondered why these people would be working so hard for months at the gym and see no progress. Sadly, this could be the answer.