No, not that kind of carnival.
I am talking about fitness-blogs that I thought were interesting, informative, funny or just really, really wrong.
The Modern Forager enlightens us on the advertising campaign that the Corn Lobby is using to fight back against the bad press that High Fructose Corn Syrup has been receiving in the media.
Rusty from The Fitness Black Book breaks down the basic building block of strength training: The individual repetition
John at Total Transformation outlines the training program that will transform him from an ordinary human being into a Ninja Warrior.
Angie at Women’s Diet and Fitness asks her readers: What Do You REALLY Want? Do you really know what you want out of your fitness routine? If you don’t know where you want to go, how are you going to go anywhere?
Mike at the IF Life asks the question: When Did Eating Become This Complicated?
Mike says that if information really equalled results, we should be the fittest and healthiest generation in the course of known human history! Unfortunately I think we all know that is far from the truth.
McBloggenstein at Stop Being So Fat! gives us his unique take on Nugent’s appearance on Bourdain’s “No Reservations” program. Needless to say, all three of these fellas are not favorites of the Fat Acceptance movement.
The Fat Fighter fills us in on the latest research that shows that some overweight teenagers have caused so much damage to their livers, they have actually required liver transplants. Seriously.
Almost Fit had me drooling with the picture and recipe for his Lamb Masala. I am not going to post a picture of it here; you are going to have to surf on over to his site to check it out.
And he actually eats this way. Jealous?
Well, that’s it for today.