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Man Behind the Biggest Loser

http://diets.aol.com/fitnessandexercise/biggest-loser-trainer-bob-harper

Surprisingly, his advice is solid! I guess there had to be some sort of intelligence in the “famous” personal trainer area after all.

[quote]Beowolf wrote:
http://diets.aol.com/fitnessandexercise/biggest-loser-trainer-bob-harper

Surprisingly, his advice is solid! I guess there had to be some sort of intelligence in the “famous” personal trainer area after all.[/quote]

Wtf are you talking about…are you being paid to post this shit.

How rudimentary is your knowledge that you think this portray’s “solid” advice, or “intelligence”.

[quote]X-Factor wrote:
Beowolf wrote:
http://diets.aol.com/fitnessandexercise/biggest-loser-trainer-bob-harper

Surprisingly, his advice is solid! I guess there had to be some sort of intelligence in the “famous” personal trainer area after all.

Wtf are you talking about…are you being paid to post this shit.

How rudimentary is your knowledge that you think this portray’s “solid” advice, or “intelligence”.[/quote]

And exactly what beefs do you have with the very general advice that was detailed in that link? America DOES massively overconsume and is out-of-touch with proper portion sizes, a food journal can be extremely beneficial to people of all levels, and people seeking to lose fat SHOULDN’T starve themselves and would be better off eating smaller meals every three hours.

[quote]jsbrook wrote:
X-Factor wrote:
Beowolf wrote:
http://diets.aol.com/fitnessandexercise/biggest-loser-trainer-bob-harper

Surprisingly, his advice is solid! I guess there had to be some sort of intelligence in the “famous” personal trainer area after all.

Wtf are you talking about…are you being paid to post this shit.

How rudimentary is your knowledge that you think this portray’s “solid” advice, or “intelligence”.

And exactly what beefs do you have with the very general advice that was detailed in that link? America DOES massively overconsume and is out-of-touch with proper portion sizes, a food journal can be extremely beneficial to people of all levels, and people seeking to lose fat SHOULDN’T starve themselves and would be better off eating smaller meals every three hours.
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the points are good, but i sure wouldn’t be using them as my “big 3”. mine would be more along the lines of:

  1. Keep blood sugar stable (frequent meals, no softdrink, etc)

  2. Reduce calories gradually until a steady amount of weight is lost per week

  3. Increase activity levels (sport, stairs, park further, etc)