Revealed: The mystery buyer who bought Shane Warne's baggy... 'He needs all the help he can get!' Shane Warne and Allison... Shane Warne admits it 'wasn't easy' giving up his... Cricket legend Shane Warne will auction his prized baggy... … [Read more...] about The King of Slim! Cricket legend Shane Warne shows off his dramatic weight loss after vowing to reach 80kg
Water retention when weight training
“I didn’t discover that the toilet was out of order until I needed to use it part way through my journey. The aisles in the carriages are too narrow to get a wheelchair through so I couldn’t move to another part of the train to try to find an alternative accessible toilet. I was stuck. In the end I was forced to wet myself. I was very angry about the negligence and incompetence of the train company and am considering taking legal action against them for damages. … [Read more...] about Disabled man ‘forced to wet himself’ when train toilet was out of order
There’s something else, though: what about the heebie-jeebies? Looking out at the unending space and then longing for land? Even proper swimmers get this: Asante tells me about a swim in Croatia when they went out at 5.30am. “I was swimming along naturally and then the sun came up,” she says. “As soon as I saw how clear the water was, I noticed how deep it was. I’m a confident swimmer, but usually the water’s murky and I never think about it. Suddenly, I could see fish. It made me realise how small I was, how insignificant, a stranger in someone else’s territory.” … [Read more...] about Fit in my 40s: want to swim in open-water? Be prepared for the heebie-jeebies
So if you said no to a second slice of pizza, or skipped that slice of cake during your lunch break - you need to give yourself the credit you deserve. … [Read more...] about Want to lose weight and keep it off? Three things to add to your daily routine now
Water is qi gong, which is sometimes called Chinese yoga. I can see similarities in the battle poses. This is the stuff people who look like your aunt do in a park, poses and movements with symbolic foundations: pulling an imaginary arrow; pouring water over yourself, beatifically, like the lady in that shampoo ad. Is the symbolism secondary to the summoning of your inner energy? Or is that how it’s summoned, and glute strength is really a side-issue? I don’t think these are the right questions; I think you have to wait for your body to deliver you an answer. … [Read more...] about Fit in my 40s: will Shaolin training bring me calm?