I got up bright and early this morning to pick up my local paper (well not quite.)But I did open it up, to see staring at me the 150lbs 6ft2 fitness trainer from my local "gym", on the inside cover. This fitness 'guru' was commenting in a special "fitness" section of the paper, dishing out handy advice to all the readers, such as:
1)"Rowing machines are best for all around fitness, as they can really turn your fat into muscle because of the joint cardio/strength workout."
2)"Eating five peices of fruit and vegetables a day can improve your body right down to cellular level" LMAO
3)"If you weight train you need to give your body a rest to recuperate and rebuild itself so cut down on the calories. Your body can't bulk while it is busy digesting food." This was getting painful.
4)"Don't take supplements that arn't natural as these are bad for you."
5)"Remember, go the extra mile, if you usually do 12 reps do 13, and if you run for five, do 6.
Now for the best of his ten tips
6) "You wont get fit overnight, and dont expect to be like Brad Pitt, guys like that have been on steroids. But work at it, and you'll suceed."
TO be fair to the bloke the other four made some kind of sense, but how did he get a ceritficate? Also to be fair to brad pitt it shouldn't be as taboo to be like him a some guys think. I rekon he's gotta be bout 200lbs?? low bf %?