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Januari 31, 2014

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Januari 29, 2014

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Life and work[edit]

Born in New York City, Fixx was a graduate of Trinity School in New York and Oberlin College in Ohio. His father, Calvin Fixx, was an editor at TIME who worked with Whittaker Chambers.[1]
Fixx was a member of the high-IQ club, Mensa,[2] and published three collections of puzzles: Games for the Super-Intelligent, More Games for the Super-Intelligent, and Solve It! The back flap of his first book says: “… He spent his time running on the roads and trails near his home, training for the Boston Marathon.”
Fixx started running in 1967 at age 35. He weighed 240 pounds (110 kg) and smoked two packs of cigarettes per day. Ten years later, when his book, The Complete Book of Running (which spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on the best-seller list) was published, he was 60 pounds (27 kg) lighter and smoke-free. In his books and on television talk shows, he extolled the benefits of physical exercise and how it considerably increased the average life expectancy.
The cover of his book, The Complete Book of Running, featured Fixx’s muscular legs against a red cover. The book sold over a million copies.
In 1980 Fixx wrote a follow up book titled Jim Fixx’s Second Book of Running: The Companion Volume to The Complete Book of Running.
In 1982 Fixx published Jackpot!, the story of what happened after the publication of The Complete Book of Running when he experienced the “Great American Fame Machine”, becoming richer and more celebrated than he could have imagined. In one account he noted an experience of being on a television show with George Harrison, and noticed that Harrison was not sitting down in the “green” room. Upon inquiry Harrison said that sitting down wrinkles the pants. He had become a guru of the running boom.
Maximum Sports Performance, published posthumously, discusses the physical and psychological benefits of running and other sports, including increased self-esteem, acquiring a “high” from running, and being able to cope better with pressure and tension.
Death[edit]

On July 20, 1984, Fixx died at age 52 of a fulminant heart attack, after his daily run on Vermont Route 15 in Hardwick. The autopsy revealed that atherosclerosis had blocked one coronary artery 95%, a second 85%, and a third 70%.[3] Still, medical opinion continued to uphold the link between exercise and longevity.[4] In 1986 exercise physiologist Kenneth Cooper published an inventory of the risk factors that might have contributed to Fixx’s death.[5] Granted access to his medical records and autopsy, and after interviewing his friends and family, Cooper concluded that Fixx was genetically predisposed (his father died of a heart attack at age 43 and Fixx himself had a congenitally enlarged heart), and had several lifestyle issues. Fixx was a heavy smoker prior to beginning running at age 36, he had a stressful occupation, he had undergone a second divorce, and his weight before he took up running had ballooned to 220 pounds (100 kg).[6]
A carved granite monument — a book with an inscription to Jim Fixx from the people of Northeast Scotland — now stands in Hardwick Memorial Park in Hardwick, Vermont.[7]

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Deddy Corbuzier Kini Duduk di Kursi Roda, Kenapa?
Desi Puspasari – detikhot
Rabu, 29/01/2014 21:13 WIB

Jakarta – Deddy Corbuzier harus terbaring di ICU selama beberapa hari. Ada kabar Deddy terkena serangan stroke. Benarkah?

Deddy menceritakan, awalnya ia sempat pingsan di tempat gym. Ia pun dibawa ke rumah sakit. Ternyata, Deddy memang mengalami stroke dan kini harus duduk di kursi roda.

“Nah kemarin saya nge-gym ke mall, badan saya panas, terus saya minta tolong minta obat. Sebelum dibeliin obat, badan saya panas tinggi, saya pingsan. Pas sadar, bibir saya sudah miring (gejala stroke),” kisah Deddy ditemui di Trans TV, Jakarta Selatan, Rabu (29/1/2014).

Ternyata penyakit Deddy itu ada hubungannya dengan masa lalunya yang pernah mengalami kecelakaan. Seperti apa ceritanya?

“Jadi saya pernah lima tahun lalu saya mental ditabrak mobil lagi jalan kaki, saya mental tiga kali dan tubuh saya sampai di trotoar. Saat itu saya pingsan, tapi tidak geger otak. Saat itu dokter pulangkan saya karena otak saya aman. Tapi saat itu punggung saya sakit,” paparnya.

Mentalis yang identik dengan pakaian serba hitam itu pun menjelaskan, setelah diperiksa, ia memang mengalami trauma pasca kecelakaan itu.

“Ternyata benar, ini ada trauma masa lalu, udah lama traumanya. Saya ingat-ingat ternyata lima tahun lalu. Harusnya dulu saya nggak boleh gerak beminggu-minggu. Tapi saya sadar aja jalan ke sana ke sini, ternyata sekarang ngaruh ke urat saraf.”

“Saya nggak bisa jalan dan berdiri, kalau berdiri, narik semua uratnya,” tutup Deddy yang sementara kini memakai kursi roda.

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Deddy Corbuzier: Diet OCD Gagal kalau Tidak Patuh
Penulis : K. Wahyu Utami | Jumat, 20 September 2013 | 06:47 WIB

KOMPAS.com — Anda pasti sudah mendengar mengenai diet yang dilakukan oleh Deddy Corbuzier dengan nama OCD (Obsessive Corbuzier’s Diet). Pola diet yang belakangan diikuti banyak orang ini diklaim bisa menurunkan berat badan dengan drastis.

Seperti halnya metode diet lain, menurut Deddy, kunci keberhasilan diet OCD adalah kepatuhan.

“Kepatuhan dalam melaksanakan diet dibutuhkan dengan komitmen yang kuat. Jadi, kalau komitmen tidak kuat, maka diet pun akan gagal. Semakin rumit cara dietnya, maka semakin besar kemungkinan akan gagal dalam jangka panjang,” tuturnya dalam jurnal yang diterima KompasFemale beberapa waktu lalu.

Kaitan antara kedisiplinan dan keberhasilan diet sudah dibuktikan lewat berbagai penelitian. Dalam studi yang dipublikasikan di International Journal of Obesity terungkap, hanya 1 dari 12 orang yang mengikuti diet selama satu tahun penuh dan dia berhasil menurunkan 40 kilogram. Yang lainnya mengaku tidak patuh pada diet itu sendiri.

“Ini mengartikan bahwa 100 persen manusia ingin memiliki badan bagus. Namun, 90 persen dari mereka malas untuk melakukannya karena terlalu rumit dan membosankan,” lanjut pria yang identik dengan kepala botaknya ini.

Jika diet yang dilakukan lebih rumit, maka peluang keberhasilan juga akan makin rendah. Karena itu, jika ingin berhasil, maka menurut Deddy kita harus memilih pola diet yang sederhana.

Bahkan, menurut Deddy, ada dua aturan diet yang membuat kebanyakan orang sulit melakukannya, yaitu menghitung jumlah kalori yang masuk dan mencari makanan sehat yang harus diasup oleh tubuh, alias makanan tidak enak. Akibatnya, mereka menjadi semakin malas karena mereka melihat waktu yang lama untuk mendapat bentuk tubuh ideal.

“Jadi, inti dari melakukan diet apa pun itu jenisnya adalah ketekunan. Semua orang ingin tampil menarik dengan bentuk tubuh yang indah, tapi itu juga tidak bisa didapatkan secara instan,” tandasnya.

Dalam diet OCD yang berhasil mengurangi bobot tubuhnya sampai 4 kg dalam seminggu dan membuat lemak di tubuhnya tinggal 7 persen.

Pada prinsipnya, menurut Deddy, diet OCD mengharuskan kita berpuasa selama 16 jam, 18 jam, 20 jam, hingga akhirnya hanya bisa makan satu kali. Semua dilakukan bertahap.

Berbeda dengan diet lain yang melarang makanan berlemak tinggi, dalam diet OCD kita bebas makan apa pun selama waktu “jendela makan” atau waktu di luar waktu puasa.
Editor : Lusia Kus Anna
Four Largest Dietary Problems

The four largest Dietary Problems, are contributing to the reasons that we are an overweight population. Most of these problems do not involve food, but other habits, behaviors, and emotional eating. There are four dietary problems, that I regularly see:

People do not eat enough fruits and vegetables. The American Food Guide Pyramid, suggests that people eat between 2-4 servings of fruit, and 3-5 servings of vegetables, every single day! Most people do not meet their quota, or even come close. Do you eat fruit at every meal, and 2 or 3 servings of vegetables, at lunch and dinner? Most of you include a token vegetable every now and again. You think you eat vegetables and fruit, but when you journal, you see that there is a lot of room for improvement.

People eat too much sugar which is contributing to the growing epidemic of obesity, and diabetes in our culture. The average person eats over 157 pounds of sugar /corn syrup, per year. That is a little over 13 pounds of sugar, that we are eating each month! Sugar has a huge list of health consequences on our body including:

suppressing your immune system

kidney damage

a rise in your triglycerides

anxiety

crankiness

difficulty in concentrating

increased levels of insulin and blood sugar

tooth decay

arthritis

periodontal disease

drowsiness

migraines

lack of energy

overeating

These are just a few of the effects of sugar on your body. Join me in walking down the cookie aisle and saying, “Poison, poison, poison!”

Skipping Meals. Many people skip meals, because they are too busy to eat. They substitute coffee, soda, sweets, power bars, or other snack foods available for their missed meal. These foods offer almost no nutritional value, and simply spike their blood sugar. Take the time to buy healthy grab and go items. Never leave home without a healthy snack pack!

Eating an Unbalanced Diet. People eat too many simple carbohydrates, processed foods, toxic fats, and fast food that offer little nutritional value, but high sugar and fat contents. They are not skipping meals, but eating poor meals. Their blood sugar is imbalanced, metabolism slows down, fatigue increases, and they gain weight!
As I look at these four dietary problems, there is a simple theme that keeps reappearing. People are eating way to much sugar, processed foods that break down to sugar, and fast foods that include sugar and fat, whether they are planning to or just grabbing food for the meals that they skipped.

You must begin to eat a balanced diet, and develop healthy diet habits, if you want to lose weight and be healthy. It is not rocket science and a few lifestyle changes can bring success as you figure out, “what is a healthy balanced diet?”
10 Diet Problems (and How to Avoid Them)Are you sabotaging your weight loss without knowing it? Spot, then stop, these common diet problems.
Control your cravings
Control your cravings

Who hasn’t thrown their diet rules out the window on the weekend or gone crazy with a super-rich and gooey chocolate dessert? Of course it’s fine to splurge every once in a while, but over time these seemingly minor violations―in addition to some other not-so-small diet sins―can add up to a big number on your scale. To the rescue: our guide to the 10 most common diet mistakes that even smart women make―and straightforward advice on how to fix them.

Caution: Gulping down food
Caution: Gulping down food

If you make a habit of rushing through meals, you could end up eating more than you intend to―or even realize. Your brain takes at least 15 minutes to register fullness, so if you shovel food into your mouth at a frantic pace, your stomach could become overstuffed before you actually know you’ve had enough.

The fix: Make a conscious effort to savor the flavor. Try to dedicate more chews to every mouthful. You can also place your fork on your plate between bites and pick it up again only after you’ve swallowed. This will double the time it takes to eat. The payoff: In a recent study from the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, women were told to eat a pasta dish slowly by pausing between bites and chewing each mouthful 15 to 20 times. As a result they consumed about 70 fewer calories during the meal than when they consumed the same dish at a fast pace.

Caution: Confusing liquids and solids
Caution: Confusing liquids and solids

Sometimes you may reach for something to eat when you’re really thirsty―an easy error to make because the body’s signals for hunger and thirst are similar. But nibbling when you should be sipping (or downing a lot of sugary drinks) can send your daily calorie intake soaring.

The fix: Drink up throughout the day to keep thirst at bay. Try to consume at least 9 8-ounce glasses of water or low-calorie beverages daily and eat a lot of water-rich foods (think fruits and veggies). Is your stomach grumbling? If four or five hours have passed since you last ate, and you’re well hydrated, you know that you’re hungry and should reach for a healthy snack or meal.

Caution: Falling prey to multiple choices
Caution: Falling prey to multiple choices

Variety may be the spice of life (and a good way to ensure that your body gets the nutrients it needs), but too much variety can spell trouble for your diet. Why? Having too many options can entice your taste buds and tempt you to eat past the point of fullness because you want to keep experiencing the tastes, aromas and textures of different foods.

The fix: Be strategic about your selections. If you’re at a buffet, fill half your plate with an assortment of plain veggies, then take only small portions of three or four calorie-dense meats and poultry, pasta and rice dishes that look appealing to you. In other words, think of the heavier offerings as if they were side dishes or condiments, not the main event, then add them to your plate accordingly.

Caution: Shirking strength training
Caution: Shirking strength training

You know that regular exercise goes hand in hand with trimming calories when you’re trying to lose weight, but if you skip strength training in favor of cardio, you’re overlooking one of the best friends a dieter can have. Strength training builds muscle mass, which helps you burn calories at a faster rate all day long, and it can give you a leaner, more toned look.

The fix: Schedule it in. Two or three times a week, cut your aerobic workout in half and do a strength-training circuit―one set (8 to 12 reps) of five to 10 exercises for key muscle groups in the arms, legs, shoulders, back and abdomen. Taking this approach will help you begin building your body’s lean muscle mass within weeks, which will boost your weight-control efforts. Not sure how to get started? Find an instructional DVD at collagevideo.com.

Caution: Refueling excessively
Caution: Refueling excessively

Sure, it’s smart to replenish your body after you exercise. Just don’t go overboard and consume more calories than you just burned!

The fix: Drink water only. Avoid high-calorie sports drinks unless you’ve been exercising at a high intensity for more than an hour. Snack on some thing with no more than 100 to 150 calories. Be sure your after-workout munchies contain a mix of protein and carbs―half a high-protein energy bar, for example. The protein-carbohydrate combo will help restore energy reserves and repair the muscles and tissues that were stressed during the workout.

Caution: Eating with friends who overindulge
Caution: Eating with friends who overindulge

You might feel pressure to splurge when you’re with buddies who overeat. And being overweight can be socially contagious, according to research from Harvard Medical School. Researchers there found that having a friend who becomes obese will increase by 57 percent your chances of gaining weight. Experts suspect the reason for this is that you mirror your friend’s eating habits when you’re together, or you choose activities for the two of you that involve eating rather than exercising.

The fix: Avoid bonding over food. Instead, get manicures, go to a museum, bowl or play tennis. When you do eat together, be careful to not match your friend bite for bite. Stick to your dietary resolve by going slowly and putting your fork down between mouthfuls.

Caution: Relaxing the rules on the weekends
Caution: Relaxing the rules on the weekends

If you show great restraint during the week, only to indulge over the weekend, your habits will take a toll on your waistline. In fact, many calorie-conscious people gain a small amount of weight on the weekends because they eat more and exercise less than during the week, a recent study at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found.

The fix: Aim for consistency. Try to keep your eating and exercise habits similar on both weekdays and weekends. Anticipate tempting situations, and watch your portion sizes even if you’re dining out or going to a party. And check your alcohol intake: Besides containing hidden calories, cocktails can loosen your inhibitions, leading you to eat more than you intend to.

Caution: Snacking when you’re beyond hungry
Caution: Snacking when you’re beyond hungry

It’s easy to lose control of what and how much you’re eating if you snack or have a meal when you’re famished. And if you leave your snack choices to chance, you end up grabbing whatever is accessible from a vending machine, coffee cart or convenience store. Chances are, what’s available won’t necessarily be what’s healthy.

The fix: Plan snacks ahead of time. Healthy snack choices contain 100 to 200 calories and a combination of protein (for lasting fullness) and produce, which can keep you feeling full with its high water content. Good choices: 1 tablespoon of peanut butter smeared on a few stalks of celery, string cheese and a small apple, or a small container of plain low-fat yogurt with sliced strawberries.

Caution: Eating out of a bag or box
Caution: Eating out of a bag or box

It’s easy to operate on autopilot ― repeatedly going from hand to mouth ― when you munch straight from the package. With this kind of mindless noshing, you can quickly lose track of how much you’ve swallowed.

The fix: Measure out a portion. Put a single serving (check the nutrition info!) on a plate or a bowl and sit at a table, not on the couch in front of the TV. This will help you stay aware that you are actually taking in calories.

Caution: Forgetting your good habits after losing weight
Caution: Forgetting your good habits after losing weight

Reverting to your old ways will bring you right back to the previous number on the scale. That’s because your new, smaller body requires fewer calories to sustain basic functions (like heart rate and breathing) than your larger self did.

The fix: Give yourself a new calorie limit. You need eight fewer calories per day for every pound you lose. So if you used to eat 2,000 calories and you drop 20 pounds, you’ll need 160 fewer calories now―1,840 total―to keep your slimmer profile.

Januari 21, 2014

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