Monday, November 24, 2008

Fat people take the stairs...

I had sort of an "ah ha" moment today.

I was heading for the stairs, feeling almost out of obligation, as one of my class mates ran for the elevator. I wouldn't classify him as athletic necessarily, but certainly lean.

Walking up the stairs, mentally exhausted and physically sore, thinking I should have taken the elevator (6 floors), I was passing fat person after fat person, weaving left and right, and in doing so, I thought "why am I doing this?".

Maybe...I just thought I was supposed to or it was just habit?

Maybe... I like working on my glutes in between classes?

I think there is an important question going on here: Is activity (like walking the stairs, or parking an extra 30ft away) causing people who struggle with their weight to rationalize their current lifestyle?

Do people expel energy in the wrong areas, thinking that taking stairs and then being tired justifies eating more to 'recover'?

Are people focusing on the symptom (eating more than expending) and trying to treat that (by doing things the 'hard way'), rather than re-creating a healthy lifestyle from the ground up, which includes doing things the best way, like making a point to include intense exercise, healthy eating, productive use of time, etc?

Food for thought - and I'm hungry

...Discuss and comment!


Friday, November 21, 2008


It's been a long time since the last post...I won't say I've been too busy, I'll just say I got distracted.

I'm back with a we go!

I was prepping for a coaching call this morning, reviewing email, and I came across this cool resource:

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