Body Fat Wars, Pt 2

Nate ClarkHealth & Fitness3 Comments

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Nobody said it was going to be easy. But it WAS easy… for the first month.

Like I said before, in January I completed the Whole 30 diet and I lost 12 (probably closer to 14) pounds. This happened easily, and only by changing my diet. I didn’t increase my exercise routine at all. I continued to workout 3 or 4 times a week in CrossFit class and that was it. I was ecstatic about my success and absolutely ready to stick to this new way of eating. I wasn’t sure if I could sustain ALL of the tenants of the Whole 30 ALL of the time for the rest of my life, but I knew that it was working for me and I assumed that if I stuck to it I’d lose another 12 lbs in February, potentially bringing me to my goal weight. Easy, right?

Nope. Instead of losing more fat, I plateaued. Okay, that’s a lie. I actually, I erased some of my gains.Read More

“Soul Serving” Kickstarter

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Brad Jamison is raising money on Kickstarter to fund his book, “Soul Serving: How Helping Others Will Change Your Life.” The book is a collection of inspirational true stories about the benefits of giving back, crowdsourced from celebrities and everyday good citizens.

I agree with Brad: helping others is the key to feeling good… that’s why I post in this Good Stuff category. Because most of the rest of the day I feel like an asshole. Check out Brad’s Kickstarter video below and kick him a few bucks if you can.