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Marla

That's supposed to be a good book. I know the workouts in it are awesome.

I've been campaigning against the "T" word for years. *There's no such thing as toning* It's one of those things that causes me to froth at the mouth! Sometimes the strength training crowd is a bit macho from my perspective, but I have to agree with that opinion. Also highly recommend this article:
http://billhartman.blogspot.com/2007/02/too-much-pink.html

Rob Belcher

How are you doing, Nicole?

Nothing interesting to say, or nothing good to say? We can always help with the latter!

Mabli Mac

Delighted to read such an informative stuff. Would I share with you my recommendation checking out thedailyskinny.com and the weight of evidence blog for other great posts.

pastgirl

Just popping in to say hello and let you know that I enjoy your blog and miss your more regular posts. Hope all is well.

lovelines

I've heard so many good things about that book, and after reading your entry, I may just have to pick it up next time I'm at Borders.

Sauchagirl

Sounds interesting. I'd love to hear more of how it's going.

bray

This may be of interest to readers of this blog since it goes in to detail each week on how to use cutting-edge nutrition, exercise, and healthy lifestyle techniques to lose weight and live a healthier life. It's free so I figured I would share it... you can sign up for the Trim, Tone & Tighten
Thursdays newsletter at www.stephencabral.com

Natalie

There's no doubt strength training is a big key to the puzzle of being healthier & losing weight. I actually enjoy it sometimes & am not afraid of the whole "too much muscle" thing. (As if!!) My problem with motivation right now is spending my limited time & energy on that as opposed to cardio, when I feel like I just want to see results yesterday. You know?

Natalie

There's no doubt strength training is a big key to the puzzle of being healthier & losing weight. I actually enjoy it sometimes & am not afraid of the whole "too much muscle" thing. (As if!!) My problem with motivation right now is spending my limited time & energy on that as opposed to cardio, when I feel like I just want to see results yesterday. You know?

Kim

Nicole, we miss you! I hope everything is OK. Natalie...yes I know. motivation is my problem too! Lets face it all of us life time dieters know what to do, but to do it is another story! Again, Nicole we miss you, hope to "read" you soon!

Jenny

I miss your posts! Come back! Hope you're doing good. :)

Cara

I keep coming back reading the same posts. I miss reading your new posts. I hope you're doing okay. This is all of us saying together harmonious "COME BACK!!"

Jeni

Hi there! Just checking in - I'm with the others who miss ya! Hope all is well...

Jen

Are you still out there? Come back!

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Mary Weaver

Oh my gosh--the jackknife thing looks intense. I've seen photos in magazines but never tried it. Maybe your post will spur me to try it. I can feel the sore abs already.
--Mary

Home Gym

Greetings.

I find it hard to find articles like this online. You made some very valid points. I recently discovered a blog similar to this one that offers amazing content too. It's run by Frank Sherrill a former US Army Ranger and fitness guy. Keep up the great blog.

Thanks again!

Jules

Hi, Hope all is well with you. Miss your posts as well. Cheers

Amizan

I think more and more people will prefer to allocate room in their own houses and set up their own home gym rather than trek to a leisure centre and have to work out with other people. The range and type of home gym equipment is improving all the time and coming down in price

Clinton Walker III

This is one of the toughest thing to teach to women. Once they understand that it's about reps and toning and not about bulk they understand. The body looks so much better with weight training.

Home Fitness Equipment

Weight training doesn't have to build bulk to be beneficial. Using weights should just be a part of a fitness plan.

Gabrielle

Nice blog. I agree with you; there is a bit of a stigma on weight training for ladys, when there really is no reason why a gal shouldn't be strong

Kaolee

I have the hardest time gaining muscle. I used to lift more regularly, but that only topped me at 115. With everything that is going on, it's going to be tougher. But I really do want more muscles on my frame. Thanks for the post.

Becca Elise Marjolet

Nicole, I hope you are well. Sure miss your posts.

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