Mar9-400,mar10-250 total 77,075
weight 201.5 ,21 %bf
calories left to burn 53743
This is a little more like it -back down to 201 in a couple of days. Fat loss must have a memory or something. I remember reading somewhere that muscle had a memory. The theory was that if you had gained a lot of muscle and become sedentary ( so that the muscle became less toned) that if you started working out again-you would gain the tone back much faster than you had the first time. Hoping to push back below the 200 mark again this week. Anyway on the workfront things are going fairly well. For the Edmonton expansion we have 6.1 million in pledges of the 11 million we need. Construction is well under way. Still need some serious fundraising but the progress to date has been good. On another note I found a press release for another guy who seems to have the same idea that I do. I can't claim to have done 10 million push ups-but here it is:
SCHERERVILLE, Ind., March 10 /PRNewswire/ -- "Move over yoga, your competition has finally arrived," says Ted Skup, the new Dalai Lama of fitness. When it comes to harmonizing the body, mind and spirit, push-ups (not yoga) are fast becoming the fitness nirvana of choice. With some yoga instructors now charging $2,500 for a 30-day workout program, it's no wonder people are looking for a cheaper alternative -- like free! "Why should I pay some yogi $2,500 to help me become more flexible when I could go to Toys 'R' Us and buy the Twister game for $13.95?" laughs Skup. Right hand on red, left foot on blue.
"We have the making of a new cult following, gravitating towards push- ups," says the new fitness Dalai and author of the book "Death, Taxes & Push- Ups."
Skup is an authority on his subject, deciding to write his book only after officially doing more than 10 million push-ups. "My book is the first and only book ever dedicated entirely to the most explosive exercise on the planet -- push-ups!" he says.
Push-ups have always been perceived as a warm-up exercise until now. "This is not just an exercise, but a fitness lifestyle," Skup says. "My routines and formulas work wonders for men, women and even children of any fitness level. You'll soon find out why I call my push-up routine 'Horizontal Jogging.'"
Skup goes on to say, "As a new Dalai and spiritual leader in the fitness movement, I have a moral obligation to go after the 35-billion-dollar fitness industry." In his book he explains why the industry is clearly failing us with its bogus claims, magic bullets and quick fixes. Although the fitness industry may not want to hear it, push-ups are free, require no equipment, are totally portable, and there are no gimmicks. They work for busy executives as well as people with tight budgets.
Ted Skup is announcing today that along with his book he is not only taking this push-up revolution nationally, he's going global!
Skup's definition of good health is having a sense of well-being, and "Death, Taxes & Push-Ups" will be your guide to reaching that goal.
Book now available in bookstores and on Amazon.com. Abox Publishing P.O. Box 684 Schererville, IN 46375 (219) 864-0979 email@example.com ISBN978-0-615-16172-3 Abox Publishing
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