DETOX by Cleansing & Fasting

I started to detox my body in 2006 by cleansing and fasting. I’ve been doing this for 12 years. It’s become a habit and I feel way better than at any time in my life.

In the short video, I go into some detail about how to both cleanse and fast. Below the video, I recommend a product and protocol.


Do you suffer from brain fog, tiredness or no pep in your life?

Did you know that environmental toxins find there way into your body from the food you eat (pesticides, antibiotics, and hormones), the water you drink and bathe

HIIT; All the Pain, but is there more to gain?


By Christian C. Evans

From Fall 2017 of USA Triathlon Magazine


HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (HIIT) is a technique that has been used extensively to train athletes as well as for improving fitness and outcomes for people with medical conditions ranging from diabetes to heart disease. HIIT typically involves six to 10 short duration (10-60 seconds), super-high-intensity efforts (all-out or near 100 percent heart rate or VO2 Max) with a longer rest bout in between. Overall, HIIT is considered safe and effective, but is it better compared to moderate-intensity training for improving fitness and triathlon race performance?

As triathletes and consumers of triathlon products and media, we rely mainly on the word of manufacturers, athletes, and coaches to make decisions about the intensity and frequency of training. If there were no scientific literature available, then those sources would be appropriate. But over the past 30-40 years, there has been a lot of research on moderate intensity aerobic training and HIIT. The purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of the scientific literature evaluating HIIT and advice about its use.

Fortunately, several systematic reviews (studies that objectively evaluate many individual studies and draw a conclusion on the overall effectiveness of a technique) have already been performed that have examined HIIT. Five recent reviews

Exercise is not a four letter word but people use four letter words to describe it

FB-Pic-TempletExercise for some people solicits thoughts of a smelly gym class, having some instructor yelling at you like a Marine or walking around sore all day and hungry. There are so many reasons I’ve heard why people just don’t do it. How many excuses have you used to not exercise?

  1. I don’t have time.
  2. I hate to have sweat in my hair.
  3. I don’t want anyone to see how fat I am.
  4. I can’t afford it.
  5. People will laugh at me.
  6. People will think I’m stupid.
  7. I hate to have sore muscles.
  8. I hate to run.
  9. I hate to lift weight.
  10. I hate to swim.
  11. I hate to cycle.
  12. I hate….
  13. I don’t want to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger
  14. Exercising is not fun.
  15. I don’t have anyone to exercise with.

You get the point. There are a ton of excuses.

Then there are the four letter words people use to describe exercise.

  1. $hit
  2. Damn
  3. Crap
  4. Uggg
  5. Fudge (you know what word I’m talking about)
  6. Piss
  7. Suck
  8. Ouch
  9. Hurt
  10. Pain
  11. Quit
  12. Don’t
  13. Ain’t
  14. Nope
  15. Hell
  16. Hate
  17. Can’t

What ever excuse you’ve used not to exercise or 4 letter word you’ve expressed as you were exercising, it’s still good for you. Here are a few reasons that you may not have ever heard of why exercise is good.

  1. Your body produces waste in each cell from the burning of fuel. That waste is toxic. That waste is removed through your lymphatic system as it delivers it to your blood veins where your heart pumps it through your liver and kidneys to be removed from the body. Your lymph system has no way of moving the waste unless you move. Have you ever noticed how a massage therapist strokes your muscles toward your heart? That is the reason. So the next time you think you don’t want to exercise, realize you are choosing to keep toxic waste in your body. Think of exercise as “movement” to rid the body of waste. Walking is all you need to perform in order to remove waste.
  2. It helps to burn excess fat. Did you know there are one mile of blood vessels in each pound of fat? For every extra 5 pounds of fat you have your heart has to pump blood the equivalent of travel to the moon and back each month. Fat puts a tremendous strain on the heart and this is why obesity leads to high blood pressure.
  3. Do you know what the 1st symptom of heart disease is and that it shows up about 50% of the time? The answer is death. That’s a symptom you don’t want to have notify you that you have heart disease. Exercise significantly prolongs the life of the heart and reduces the chance of a heart attack or disease.
  4. If you’re a guy, women love men the “workout.” Ever sit with a bunch of women talking about a guy? They almost always say in a positive way, “And the guy works out!” Chicks love a guy that is in shape.
  5. If you’re a woman, exercise contributes to happiness just as much as eating chocolate does. The endorphin release alone will make your skin tones better, your energy level rise and you’ll sleep longer and better.

Just do it. Make excuses to exercise. Use this four letter word to describe exercise; LOVE!