I also feel that it's hard to reconcile all the brah talk the guys do when they talk about fitness. I swear that even though I'm relatively conversant with science, I find it difficult to follow all the biochemistry these guys talk about. I remember a friend of mine, who's a doctor, once told me that if those guys in the gym put as much effort into going to school as they did with their supplements, they'd all have college degrees.
Anyway, this is my own attempt to make sense out of the incredible amount of information and misinformation that's put out there. Also I add a disclaimer, I wouldn't call myself a fitness expert of any sort, but I am a curious person, and I feel I'm fairly neutral when it comes to evaluate science,,, I know how to read a scientific paper describing a study, and I don't feel I have preconceived ideas of what works or doesn't work, or that I try to make science fit my own biases about food and exercise.
So, for starters let me put something for you to talk about when it comes to women...
Do you agree?
This post has been edited by Olive: Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:17 AM