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LIFESTYLE & FITNESS We all know how important it is to stay fit and maintain a healthy life-style, especially if you have been struggling with your weight ever since the dawn of time.  That’s why I wanted to dedicate this section to that very subject. What makes me uniquely qualified to spread such wisdom you ask? Well, let me put it this way: my body does not, nor did it ever, cooperate with me in the “staying thin” department, not a chance in hell. In fact it’s always been downright vicious and happily gains 3 pounds from just looking at a cake (even if it’s only a sideways glance) and about double that from sniffing one. No seriously, my metabolism is so bad that my body would gleefully burn my hair and nails before it would ever even tentatively contemplate touching the fat. During World War II Yours Truly  would have been the only chubby person in a forced labor camp and the Nazis would have been greatly puzzled, scratch their heads with furrowed brow and wonder why they can’t get this particular prisoner (moi) to lose her plump and rosily glowing exterior. I would be the only person out there, whose “before” a killer diet pictures are exactly the same as “after”. Actually that’s not true, on the ones after I would probably look slightly fuller in the hip. I think you get the gist. And no, there does not seem to be anything wrong with me otherwise: had all the tests done and been checked out by three different doctors. So please trust me when I say that if there’s one thing I know about it’s dieting, or rather healthy nutrition and fitness to keep away the flab and try, try oh so hard, to stay fab. Let’s face it: with my body type I will never be skinny (unless I will be lucky enough to contract some exotic virus to leave me looking all lean without actually sending me to the Beyond), but I will be perfectly happy to settle for normal. If you possess a similar inclination then I guess you are just as annoyed when the genetically blessed, thin people get all self-righteous and tell you that all you have to do to wear a size zero is eat right and exercise a few times a week. Well, guess what: it’s absolutely NOT TRUE!!!! It’s like your body just magically adjusts to your calorie intake (lowering it that is, not so much the other way around) and never even scrapes any of the fat reserves in an attempt to make up for the deficit. Now that would have been a very desirable characteristic to have during the times of great famine.  Our ancestors with similar disposition certainly belonged to the fortunate category: they were the ones to survive.  But nowadays it’s just a horrible, redundant quality, a real curse! It makes life difficult. At least if you want to stay in shape. If it wasn’t for my iron discipline, counting every calorie and working out almost every day I could so very easily be obese…That’s why I get frustrated by naturally athletic people being dismissive and condescending towards our plight. They do 3 push-ups and they have muscles of steel. I do stupid sit-ups almost daily and the only six-pack I ever had on me was if I happened to be holding my boyfriend’s supply of beer for the evening. Therefore I appeal to all the skinny, lucky bastards out there: please show some more understanding, tact and tolerance! Don’t roll your eyes when a slightly larger colleague tries to tell you the ordeals of  trying to stay the size she is. Chances are she’s actually telling the truth. Unless you catch her eating a family-sized cake during her lunch hour like 5 times a week. Then it’s probably safe to assume she might be over- advertising her efforts just a bit. Reasons to try to keep your weight at a respectable level are plentiful of course, but besides the health related ones one must simply acknowledge the importance of aesthetics. All that matters is that you feel good in your skin, so to each their own, but I personally love the fact that when you’re thin you look cute no matter what you throw on and don’t have to choose your clothes based on their camouflaging ability. Trying to select a skirt to simultaneously hide the size of your butt, thighs and bulging stomach can really be a rather exhausting, not to mention mostly futile undertaking. It’s really hard to fight those extra pounds, I know. You have better and worse days. I myself slipped a few times in my life and was starting to move in a very dangerous direction. And even though I wasn’t exactly whale material yet, I certainly wasn’t going to be joining the ranks of Victoria’s Secret Angels any time soon. Yes, let’s just leave it at that… Anyway, I will try my best to share my impressions and opinions about related products, as well as tips about ways to make our bodies stop being so incredibly insistent on being, well, full-figured. I will expand this section as time goes on, so please come back to look for more content. The links to different categories are located on the right side of this page. And no matter how frustrating it can get sometimes, please remember you are not alone out there! There are more of us than you think: strong, determined individuals who fight this uphill battle every day. Together we will do what it takes to keep all that sneaky, evil lard away. Hip hip hooray! Sorry, couldn’t resist. Rhymes so nicely :-).
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LIFESTYLE & FITNESS We all know how important it is to stay fit and maintain a healthy life-style, especially if you have been struggling with your weight ever since the dawn of time.  That’s why I wanted to dedicate this section to that very subject. What makes me uniquely qualified to spread such wisdom you ask? Well, let me put it this way: my body does not, nor did it ever, cooperate with me in the “staying thin” department, not a chance in hell. In fact it’s always been downright vicious and happily gains 3 pounds from just looking at a cake (even if it’s only a sideways glance) and about double that from sniffing one. No seriously, my metabolism is so bad that my body would gleefully burn my hair and nails before it would ever even tentatively contemplate touching the fat. During World War II Yours Truly  would have been the only chubby person in a forced labor camp and the Nazis would have been greatly puzzled, scratch their heads with furrowed brow and wonder why they can’t get this particular prisoner (moi) to lose her plump and rosily glowing exterior. I would be the only person out there, whose “before” a killer diet pictures are exactly the same as “after”. Actually that’s not true, on the ones after I would probably look slightly fuller in the hip. I think you get the gist. And no, there does not seem to be anything wrong with me otherwise: had all the tests done and been checked out by three different doctors. So please trust me when I say that if there’s one thing I know about it’s dieting, or rather healthy nutrition and fitness to keep away the flab and try, try oh so hard, to stay fab. Let’s face it: with my body type I will never be skinny (unless I will be lucky enough to contract some exotic virus to leave me looking all lean without actually sending me to the Beyond), but I will be perfectly happy to settle for normal. If you possess a similar inclination then I guess you are just as annoyed when the genetically blessed, thin people get all self-righteous and tell you that all you have to do to wear a size zero is eat right and exercise a few times a week. Well, guess what: it’s absolutely NOT TRUE!!!! It’s like your body just magically adjusts to your calorie intake (lowering it that is, not so much the other way around) and never even scrapes any of the fat reserves in an attempt to make up for the deficit. Now that would have been a very desirable characteristic to have during the times of great famine.  Our ancestors with similar disposition certainly belonged to the fortunate category: they were the ones to survive.  But nowadays it’s just a horrible, redundant quality, a real curse! It makes life difficult. At least if you want to stay in shape. If it wasn’t for my iron discipline, counting every calorie and working out almost every day I could so very easily be obese…That’s why I get frustrated by naturally athletic people being dismissive and condescending towards our plight. They do 3 push- ups and they have muscles of steel. I do stupid sit- ups almost daily and the only six-pack I ever had on me was if I happened to be holding my boyfriend’s supply of beer for the evening. Therefore I appeal to all the skinny, lucky bastards out there: please show some more understanding, tact and tolerance! Don’t roll your eyes when a slightly larger colleague tries to tell you the ordeals of  trying to stay the size she is. Chances are she’s actually telling the truth. Unless you catch her eating a family-sized cake during her lunch hour like 5 times a week. Then it’s probably safe to assume she might be over-advertising her efforts just a bit. Reasons to try to keep your weight at a respectable level are plentiful of course, but besides the health related ones one must simply acknowledge the importance of aesthetics. All that matters is that you feel good in your skin, so to each their own, but I personally love the fact that when you’re thin you look cute no matter what you throw on and don’t have to choose your clothes based on their camouflaging ability. Trying to select a skirt to simultaneously hide the size of your butt, thighs and bulging stomach can really be a rather exhausting, not to mention mostly futile undertaking. It’s really hard to fight those extra pounds, I know. You have better and worse days. I myself slipped a few times in my life and was starting to move in a very dangerous direction. And even though I wasn’t exactly whale material yet, I certainly wasn’t going to be joining the ranks of Victoria’s Secret Angels any time soon. Yes, let’s just leave it at that… Anyway, I will try my best to share my impressions and opinions about related products, as well as tips about ways to make our bodies stop being so incredibly insistent on being, well, full-figured. I will expand this section as time goes on, so please come back to look for more content. The links to different categories are located on the right side of this page. And no matter how frustrating it can get sometimes, please remember you are not alone out there! There are more of us than you think: strong, determined individuals who fight this uphill battle every day. Together we will do what it takes to keep all that sneaky, evil lard away. Hip hip hooray! Sorry, couldn’t resist. Rhymes so nicely :-).
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