In a recent visual schtudy of computer-using
men and women, I discovered they have a
much higher rate of buttock fat than those who
simply watch tee-vee.
Not only that, but those who use a computer for
more than eight hours a day are quite likely to
suffer from higher rates of buttock fat than those
who watch tee-vee for the same amount of time.
The reason for this is simple: Those who watch
tee-vee for eight hours are more likely to get
up every hour or so and go to the fridge for
something to eat. Strange as this sounds, this
little bit of exercise makes a difference.
Computer people, on the other hand, are more
likely to make a phone call or send an email –
asking someone else to bring them food. They’re
LESS likely to get up and go get it themselves.
This slight difference in preferences leads to a 9%
greater chance of being prone to buttock fat –
whereas the tee-vee group is 32% less prone
to having back ache, knee pain and cancer.
Further research into this phenomenon is forth-coming
after I get a grant from the U.S. government for 5
million smackeroos. I’m also looking into accepting
bribe money from some of the food and pharmaceutical
Now, perhaps what you’ve read made you laugh. I hope
it did. Here’s why I wrote it: Most of the studies we do are
pure BS. They tell us almost nothing. They’re an utter waste
of time to read. What’s worse, many so-called experts cannot
produce a shred of original thought on anything without first
consulting the latest study, quoting another source, repeating
what someone else said, and so on.
You’ll note that el Fure-cat is different.
If you follow nature’s laws – which are usually NOT put on the
scope of a ‘scientific study’ – you’ll get along in life far better
than you will reading schtudies.
Here are a few of Nature’s Laws:
1. Practice deep breathing daily – preferably in fresh air
2. Move your body through space – walking, swimming, doing
bodyweight calisthenics, practicing martial arts, dance, etc.
3. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables
4. Get plenty of rest
5. Stretch your body after long periods of sitting or lying
6. Avoid processed foods that come in a bag, box or wrapper
7. Think good thoughts
You can study the list above all you want and the conclusions will
always be the same. These laws work.
There are more I could list. Not necessary right now. Do the above
and you’ll know you’re on the right track.
Most importantly, if you sit at a computer during the day, make sure
you get up and move around every hour or so. Stretch your neck and
lower back. Loosen your joints.
I show you how to do all the above in great detail when you’ve got my
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