I seem to write a lot of posts that talk about my misconceptions of things, and today is no different. In this article I’d like to talk about my experiences in the last 2 months, as I made the decision to try and drop some weight and generally become fitter and healthier.
This is quite a personal blog post and something I’ve been meaning to write for a couple of weeks. Whether it’s of any interest to anyone else is another thing entirely.
I’ve been over-weight for a while; I think probably it really kicked in when I left school to go to college. I stopped doing the sports I was doing at school, and also entered a college environment where in between lessons you could go to the canteen and grab some food, or nip across the road to Pizza Hut or McDonalds. Going from a very strict school environment to that was exciting, and coupled with doing less activity and really getting into programming and development, I probably ate a load more crap food and did a lot less exercise, without really realising it.
read more-> https://medium.com/lessons-learned/7efc4cc28ee0
- Misconceptions in weight loss & weight training (teamsaccurato.wordpress.com)
- Mia- Chicken Lover (mariamhuzaifa.wordpress.com)
- Identifying The Different Factors for The Development of Cellulite Why You Need To Understand The Causes of Cellulite Tackling The Factors Contributing To Cellulite Formation (wiki.mozilla.org)
- Four BIG misconceptions about Chanukkah (freethinkingjew.com)
- Pizza Hut Worker Gets Job Back After Holiday Refusal To Open (newsy.com)
- Common Misconceptions about Teaching and Teachers (e180530.wordpress.com)
- RANT: Society’s Perspective on Nutrition (powertoshred.wordpress.com)
- Ten Misconceptions About Atheism (secularnewsdaily.com)
- Doing exercises to lose weight (frutaplantabiz.wordpress.com)
- Bally Chohan : 4 Common Yoga Misconceptions (ballychohanfreeyoga.wordpress.com)