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It is in the books! Another successful intensive kickoff to a fresh calendar year. This year is focused on getting older. That’s right, I’m lean-ing into 60! These photos will be the culmination of three months of concentrated exercise and diet. This year was a little more challenging than years past, but more satisfying even.
I started the year at 149 pounds and 11.4% body fat. But who’s counting, right? I am at 140 pounds and right down to 8 Now.5% surplus fat. It’s a beginning just, but if you would like to get into better shape as you get older really, then you’ve surely got to be honest with yourself. Is your current plan working? If it is, then more capacity to you.
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Another Australian physio was there, she do a fitness class demo. And though I put never heard of her she had the endorsement of Prince Charles and a lot of people were watching and seemed to know who she was. I viewed a few exercises, like the classic knee hug and a statement that forward bending is ok (who needs research) and remaining.
This exercise session especially and also to a lesser level the Australian pilates one showed the energy of marketing and the press. Where, people presume Pilates or some other person’s method is most beneficial because of the mass-media exposure it gets and not because of research, evidence or results. The final demonstration I went to was on the aging implications and the human population. Again we focus on some good quotes about the advantages of weight training for the older population.
Then we move onto a complicated statistic that was probably described wrong, apparently for each additional hour of TV I watch I’m 26% much more likely to get diabetes. Which begs the question, additional to what? And if I watch four hours extra I’m 104% more likely to get diabetes. Then we see if we can touch our feet and then we see how many squats we can do in a minute. Except, the actual physio demonstrates aren’t squats, they’re similar to partial leg bends with a back forwards flexion with very little hip movement combined with a toe touch. At this time we still left and went to the pub (true tale).
The reality someone available to rehabilitate people can’t do a decent bodyweight squat should come as no real surprise if you ask me. I’ve met too many physios and doctors who were overweight, hurt, and obviously didn’t exercise in virtually any fashion. I used to think that there were the right physios out there, doing the right stuff, keeping prior to the research curve, practicing what they preached.
I’m uncertain, it seems like an entire profession surrendered themselves to Pilates because they couldn’t think of anything better themselves. Then they started stating any exercise would benefit back again pain, hey you can swim or pattern, let’s not trouble to see if you have specific issues or needs or if you are forward flexion intolerant. But most of all, I’m shocked that they can trot out the same advice they learnt two decades ago and that hasn’t worked. Maybe, I’m being too severe and I’m hopeful that there are still some quality professional out there.