It's been a little while since I posted an interview. Thankfully most people have enjoyed the recent rambles, recipes and my travel diary when I was away in the UAE. However even I get bored of the sound of my own voice...alright maybe it's not technically a "voice" on the internet, but you know what … Continue reading Interview: Zanna van Dijk
So this is it.
Today is the day you’re going to change your life forever.
You’ve downloaded your workout plan, got all the gear (clothes, not ‘roids, not just yet) and decide to hit the gym.
You get to the gym. First thing’s first, you check yourself in on Facebook, so all your buddies and pals know you mean business. “At the gym, gettin’ pumped.” Zero likes. That’s annoying. Well, you’ve only just put it on. Maybe just a quick refresh to see if…still zero.
Ok so you’re all checked-in. Time for a quick static stretch and a 5 minute run on the treadmill. Nothing like a jog to warm up before doing those bicep curls. Better have another look to see if you’ve got any likes on Facebook yet…Yes!! One like! Oh, thanks mum. With your ego still mildly intact, you look at your workout plan and wonder to…
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Please, just take 5 minutes out of your day, and Ben Coomber. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0YRkz6dclQ I'm sure you'll agree that it delivers a powerful yet simple message about what you need to do to get your health on track. I love that this isn't about weight. It's about all round health and making positive changes that will … Continue reading Diet: The Disease of Our Generation
Just a quick heads up for you all about a MASSIVE video from Ben Coomber which I've been looking forward to for the past week or so. The video is launching on Ben's social media channels on Tuesday 26th November at 6:3opm UK time. "Diet: The Disease of our Generation" Stay tuned!
If you clicked on this post hoping to read a critique of Walking Tall starring The Rock and Johnny Knoxville, in a remake of a 1973 film of the same name, then you're going to be disappointed. This isn't what this post is about. Alright, if you really need a critique, think treading on a … Continue reading | Walking Tall |