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EricK
13-06-2010, 10:03 PM
Everybody says exercise is good for health but what exactly does that means? After the 5th person tells you that exercise is good , you tend to tune out the message .. Well this guy (http://www.fit.com.my/2010/05/lifetime-big-loser-ck-teoh/) is feeling the benefits and its very real...

granted he did it with the help of a personal trainer but if an ordinary joe can exercise i dont' see why anybody cannot do it on their own ...

Good Guy
14-06-2010, 01:54 AM
You just need iron-willed discipline, a lot of effort, and some knowledge of which type of exercise that is good for you. Of course you must have the time.

Justme123
14-06-2010, 10:51 AM
Ya, I would agree with iron-willed discipline.
In general, I would rank the significance as follows;

Discipline - 50%
Food intake - 30%
Exercise -10%
Others - 10%

If one do not have the mental discipline and sustained awareness, one will put back all the lost weight in very quick time.

One can also do hours of exercise, but if one do not take care of
the food intake, then one can balloon as well.
At the extreme note Sumo wrestlers who work out many hours a day.

There are exceptions, e.g. if is one metabolic rate is high, have
have tape worms, etc. where one can eat and eat and do
not put on weight.

jimmyay
14-06-2010, 10:57 AM
There are exceptions, e.g. if is one metabolic rate is high, have
have tape worms, etc. where one can eat and eat and do
not put on weight.

Tape worms.. boleh kah? :confused: :confused:

jan tomaswaki
14-06-2010, 11:03 AM
Losing weight doesn't mean you are healthy :eek: You must maintain a certain level of fitness.Example a fitness freak doing one hour of training in a gym but can he walk from Subang parade to taipan in 45min ?Going to gym is a lifestyle but not physical training

Justme123
14-06-2010, 11:19 AM
Tape worms.. boleh kah? :confused: :confused:I meant someone is infected with tape worm,
then he/she would not be likely to put on weight if he/she eats a lot.

If he/she recognized it as disease, then he/she will
have to get rid of the tape worm(s).

But there are others who opt to go on the tape worm diet
to loose weight.
Note:
http://www.healthyweightforum.org/eng/diets/tapeworm-diet/
:eek: Eeek.... i would not choose or recommend this.

Firefly
14-06-2010, 12:35 PM
yeah it's good..I got me tennis elbow which put me off for 6 months, I could not even lift my camera. Then got me a pulled a tendon in my leg. Now I walk with a limp :(

Good Guy
14-06-2010, 09:43 PM
yeah it's good..I got me tennis elbow which put me off for 6 months, I could not even lift my camera. Then got me a pulled a tendon in my leg. Now I walk with a limp :(

Firefly,

I am now bothered by tennis elbow, my left arm. It's about two weeks now. I searched the internet and found a doctor's youtube which he recommended exercising by holding a hammer and bending the wrist. I followed but not much improvement. Any suggestion or advice?

Justme123
15-06-2010, 11:25 AM
Firefly,

I am now bothered by tennis elbow, my left arm. It's about two weeks now. I searched the internet and found a doctor's youtube which he recommended exercising by holding a hammer and bending the wrist. I followed but not much improvement. Any suggestion or advice?How about Dr. William Chan, the sports doctor.
http://www.runnersmalaysia.com.my/storefront/sportsbackcare/index.htm

He is famous but is not a very pleasant person.

Good Guy
16-06-2010, 10:12 AM
You may like to try out these 2 simple "static" qigong exercises:

http://hubpages.com/hub/Stand-on-one-leg-health-stance ( http://hubpages.com/hub/Stand-on-one-leg-health-stance)


http://hubpages.com/hub/Horse-stance-qigong ( http://hubpages.com/hub/Horse-stance-qigong)