Monday, October 13, 2008

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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Eat Like It's Your Job

My good friend, Marie Spano, MS, RD has written a great article on Figure Athlete. Check it out; it's quite enlightening:

Eat Like It's Your Job

You'll be plesently surprised to know that you're probably not eating enough.

Comment about "No More Waifs"

It seems that I'm not the only one peeved about Tracy A's approach to training women.

Check out the comments by CF readers below the original post. Then, check out what other bloggers and forums have to say:

No More Pink Dumbells

The Female Network




Finally, go lift something that weighs only 3lbs and see how unchallenging that feels.

3lbs??? hahahahahah

Monday, October 6, 2008

No more Waifs!

According to celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, women should not lift weights more than 3lbs.

Are you kidding me? What does she think? That if a woman did lift more weight than this she'd suddenly become enormous? Seriously... this woman needs a head exam (after I drop a 30lb weight on it). Grrr!!! She makes me so mad! Does she think we all want to look like the woman I posted above? Give me a break.

If a woman is only supposed to lift 3lbs and no more, how the heck can she carry a grocery bag? Or support her child? Or take out the trash (some of those bags are darn heavy!).

Oh wait, celebrities don't lift any of those things. They have slaves do it for them. ARghghghgh

Anyhow, Tony G, my good friend, has posted more on this and I strongly suggest you check it. (Plus, Tony blogs way more than I do, and is fricken hilarious. But, do come back for my weekly posts, as that's something I can stick to (so much going on right now that my blogging spare time is non-existant).