What is ninja crapping? Is your “solution” actually your problem?
And many more questions answered by me in this fun, fearless, femmechat interview with the excellent Summer Innanen. From Summer’s writeup: In this MUST-LISTEN-TO episode, we talk about: Krista’s unconventional story of disordered eating and how she went from being the girl with glasses who was last in gym class to a leader in fitness […]
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“Don’t forget about the boys!”
I’ve been getting some great emails from dudes lately. It seems that the Gospel of Stumptuous is spreading far and wide, and the manpeople are also finding it useful.
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Shaky Man triumphant
Update from Shaky Man, who alerts me to a newsletter out of Hahvuhd:
Vigorous exercise may prevent Parkinson’s disease and help treat it
No shit, right? Shaky Man’s been saying that for years! Way to be a pioneer, SM!
Please stand back; I am about to dispense AWESOME
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas?! Eff that! It’s time to hand out ridiculous amounts of money to our Lean Eating winners for the Jan 2012 cohort.
I’m particularly stoked about this one because the female winner was 56-year old Laurie — a woman with apparently everything against her: age, thyroid, a family tragedy, injuries, and life in general. And yet she persevered. This is truly what Lean Eating is all about: finding and nurturing the strength inside ourselves so that we can change. Bravo to all!
Should women fast?
When fitness-minded people, especially women, start doing anything, it’s not long before our minds wander into I wonder if this’ll help me lose fat? Not-eating suddenly seemed like the perfect way to cut weight for grappling. It seemed pretty darn easy! Just not-eat periodically, and you’ll be riptshizzled! I started off strong and felt pretty good. My body had other plans. And so did many other women’s bodies. Which brings me to this article.
Rant 65 October 2012: Pray for Mojo
The late 30s and 40s are a time of great power for women. Declining hormones tear veils away from our eyes. It is the beginning of when we learn to get over the crap we’ve been spoon-fed, to feel some rumbling righteous anger, and start loving ourselves.
STRONG! An interview with weightlifter Cheryl Haworth
Cheryl Haworth is a legend in women’s Olympic weightlifting. A new documentary — appropriately called Strong! — profiles her career. Here, Cheryl sits down and raps with Stumptuous about her experiences.
Paying it Forward
A wonderful post by a Lean Eating finisher who explains his journey, his experiences, and how it changed his life. Now, he wants to do the same for others. Read more >>
You can see why this is such an incredible community to be part of. When people ask me what I do, I say “I change lives”. It sounds pretentious but it’s the real deal.
Just wait, there is more good stuff coming… we are announcing our finalists from the July 2011 cohort soon. When you see their stories, you will totally plotz.