The Myth Of Slow Weight Loss

The Myth Of Slow Weight Loss. Some food for thought on weightloss goals. Essentially, it points to evidence that bigger changes are more effective for weight-loss.

After completing the Tough Mudder TriState this past weekend, I’ve been re-examining some of my fitness goals with a bigger look at diet and how it relates to performance.

As I’m writing this, I’m sipping a Sam Adams…and I see a good area for improvement. Reduce the alcohol consumption. Another avenue I’m considering is to plan my meals/snacks in advance with a bit more rigor…including a beer or two here or there.

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