Posted by: 4pack | July 24, 2008

Ideal Shape Assumption: A Hot Body Is Not A Selfish Pursuit

OGGIES…DON’T LET CONVENTIONAL GUILT ASSUMPTIONS HOLD YOU BACK FROM A BASIC DRIVING FORCE TO GET INTO IDEAL SHAPE…I HAVE BEEN RIDICULED AND ACCUSED OF ULTERIOR MOTIVES BY MY WIFE (I AM NOW SEPARATED) FOR THE MERE FACT THAT TRYING TO LOOK GOOD, AND GETTING THE HEALTHY BENEFITS THAT COME WITH TRYING TO LOOK GOOD, IS BY DEFINITION COMMITTING ADULTERY (IF YOU ARE MARRIED)…WE ALL WANT TO LOOK GOOD AS WE GET OLDER AND THE EASY PATH IS TO JUST FIT IN AND NOT ATTAIN GOALS OF ACHIEVING AN IDEAL SHAPE…THIS SITE IS GOING TO SYSTEMATICALLY CHALLENGE THE CONCEPT OF NARCISM: ” An exceptional interest in and admiration for yourself”…

 

The Truth About Why We Exercise 

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Probably the most profound truth we can acknowledge about exercise is the fact that what we most desire from an exercise program is to improve our physical appearance. The reason we want to improve our physical appearance is to meet our most basic biological need…sex. The honest reason why most of us exercise is that we want to improve our sexual attractiveness. Despite the legions of exercise experts and gurus that tell us exercise will improve our health, we know that the real reason we buy the home exercise apparatus for “24 easy payments of $49.95” is that we want to look like the hunk or hunkette on the commercial. So in the interest of staying true to the theme of this book, the next chapters will be focusing on the factors that determine your body’s appearance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The best news is that the process of maximizing the biological factors of beauty is actually quite simple. Ken Hutchins (the developer of SupeSlow) was the first person to point out the simple truth that there are only three things that control your body shape and you can only control 2 of those three variables. The three things that control your body shape are 1) your skeleton, 2) your muscle, and 3) your bodyfat. Your skeleton is simply the scaffolding on which everything hangs; its shape is determined by genetics and cannot be altered. Every desirable shape of the human body is accounted for by underlying muscle. Every undesirable shape is accounted for by underlying bodyfat. The degree to which you can increase your muscle and decrease your bodyfat is the degree to which you can improve your physical attractiveness. The degree to which you can achieve these two goals is also genetically modulated however. In this book we will show you how to most efficiently achieve that goal. But first, in the next two chapters we will explore how genetics regulates how much we can expect from our efforts to increase our muscle and decrease our fat. Understanding the truth about our genetic limitations will give us realistic expectations and prevent the despair that will stop us short of our true potential. As we will come to find out, reaching our best potential has very little to do with sudden inspiration and very much to do with the application of consistent, logical effort over a prolonged period of time.

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