Wednesday 4 April 2012

Lose weight, no sweat required.

Doing the hard work right there.
No working out? No being flogged at the gym? Seriously?


 As hard as it was for me to maintain... particularly when I'd lost a few pounds and was feeling light on my feet, I didn't work out for a minute of the 28 days.

Yes I saw some massage clients, so if you are hell bent of following the experiment to a T, then add a half hour walk  (walk, not run) to your daily routine to compensate.

In fact, go for a walk anyway. It can't hurt. Just half an hour... or don't. Whatever blows your hair back.

"Enough already - I want IN... I am totally up for this" I hear you say....
Really? Glad to hear it, click here and you'll be on your way.  or just scroll down to the bottom of this page.

Still more questions? Want to see what other's have found after completing the experiment? Sure, here you go:

Simon - 10 kilo's (22 pounds) lighter, and in line to reach his goal. Click here for Simon's Success Story


  1. So are you saying that we shouldn't work out on the plan?

    I want to lose weight, but I also want to strengthen my body (particulary my legs) for an upcoming vacation in which I will be doing a ton of walking.

  2. Hell no.
    Work out if you want to, what I am actually saying in general is that what one eats is the most important thing. Working out is great for health, and assists in weight loss.

    People often do one or the other OR work out like mad things and then fool themselves in to thinking that because they have worked out they can exist on a diet of donuts and full sugar coke.

    Work out if you want - or not - Blobmosis is about choice, AND the strength of the individual to make the choice.

    I agree though, if you are about to head out on vacation and want to make sure that you at least have a foundation of fitness for all the walking you intend to do, you should probably get some walking/running/skipping/squatting done to create a foundation.


  3. ...oh, it just occurred to me, while I am perfectly okay with people working out during the detox experiment I'd just like to clarify that I did NOT work out, not a step/weight/squat... unless sitting at my computer is considered working out of course...


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