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September 20, 2006

Slow Fitness?

Michael Blowhard writes:

Dear Blowhards --

Dave Lull turns up what sounds like an exercise-and-activity program for the civilized. I blogged about the Slow movement here and here. Here's an article about Frank Forencich, the evo-bio exercise guru behind Slow Fitness.

Best,

Michael

posted by Michael at September 20, 2006




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I personally don't put a lot of stock in what Forencich says, but the best exercise program is the one that works for you, and that you stick with, and I'd never condemn an exercise program just because it seems strange to me. I think that the best advice on exercise is "find out what you like, and do it". Ditto food...

Slowly yours,
tschafer

Posted by: tschafer on September 20, 2006 6:47 PM



Haven't read this yet but the idea is long overdue. Absolutely agree that liking what you do is fundamental to food and exercise both (which reminds me to get a new bike soon).

Posted by: Alice on September 21, 2006 11:08 AM






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