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Guilt and Exercise Don't Mix

by EricTEricT 12 Jan 2011 17:26

12 Jan 2011 17:26

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How Our Attitudes Affect our Fitness and Strength Training Pursuits

by EricTEricT 16 Jan 2011 19:17

Blogs and magazine articles abound that are aimed at at changing people's attitudes about fitness. I particularly notice those that concern attitudes towards strength training. Just recently I complained about the "selling of strength training" and much of my writing concerns strength training "propoganda" as I call it.

More often, however, it is not propaganda. In fact it's nothing new at all. "Strength training is good for you," is about as special as it gets. And perhaps a list of benefits that you can find on 500 other similar sites.

16 Jan 2011 19:17

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Attitude and Positive Thinking BS In Strength Training: The Tinker Bell Fallacy

by EricTEricT 12 Jul 2012 23:30

I've mentioned a certain pet-peeve statement several times in different posts, most notably in The Deadlift is not a Deadlift and Other Infectious Aphorisms, Why Fitness, Diet, Bodybuilding, and Strength Training Programs Work, Focus and Pick A Program: Training to Fail Part 5. Man, that's a lot! This statement just really riles me up, I guess.

12 Jul 2012 23:30

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People Don't Work Hard Mr. Fitness Trainer?

by EricTEricT 23 Mar 2015 18:36

I try to keep my cool, but when 20-something certified "fitness trainers" start going on about how nobody wants to work hard, I start getting antsy. Sometimes I think that before you make such a statement you should have to list out your job history. Does it look something like this?

23 Mar 2015 18:36

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