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Baby Boomers’ easy Weight Management with slow carb

If you find yourself turning to the TV to learn the latest diet tricks, or picking up magazines in the drugstore to find out what the latest 'wonder' supplement is for staying thin, then chances are you're more than a little aware of the challenges of weight maintenance as the body ages. If you have someone in your family who does this, then you probably also know what a challenge weight control can be. I can gladly tell you that you can throw away the magazines, and turn off the TV; because weight management doesn't have to be difficult, or taste like cardboard. And it certainly doesn't need you to count calories like some kind of depraved food-accountant. Maybe you like the sound of that, or maybe you know someone who will? Read on to find out more - I explain everything completely, and getting started isn't difficult. It's a set-and-forget routine to give you energy, leave you without worries about your weight, and free to get on with living. Continue reading

Emergency Home Workout – Man uses household objects to build strength!

Stuck at a house, no car to get anywhere, and with the calendar ticking, I did what any regular 4HB follower would do - invented my own home workout to substitute for an Occam's Protocol/Geek to Freak gym session. Read on to discover how I managed to do a full workout of dips, incline bench press, squats, overhead press and myotatic crunches, without any gym equipment at all. Continue reading

Occam’s Protocol vs Geek to Freak Workouts

Are you trying to choose between one workout and the other? Not sure where to start? Or thinking about changing? Here I take a look at the two workouts, and explain which I prefer and why. Continue reading

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