I believe there are a few fundamental keys to a good, ‘happy’ healthy diet, and instead of repeating myself so often, its time for me to finally write them down here. So here goes the summary. I will get into details in separate new posts. Stay tuned for more! Continue reading “4 keys to a happy diet”
Is fitness an unisex sport? Or should we differentiate between men and women concerning the types of gym classes and/or weight training exercise?
The main goals of every gym-user is to wave off fat and tone the muscles, isn’t it? So can’t we just train on the same planet?
Blaming Barbie, model, celeb or simply modern society for your own insecurity? Lets blame the primitive part of our brain that made us evolve. Without it we wouldn’t have been here, wondering about Kardashian butts (wuds?).
This blog-post is about the origin of aesthetic ideals. About it being a thing we created ourselves, to survive and to evolve.
Continue reading “Origins of Body-image part 1: Prehistoric Barbie (24.000 BC)”
Body Image.. While blogging I realized how body image is a very important topic between the themes of Diet and Fitness. With ‘body image’ I mean a lot of things: how we see ourselves, how we get influenced by the judgment of others upon ourselves, how commercial industries influence us, movies, celebs, barbies (but do they? ; ) ) –the list can go on and on. The influence the outside world has on our own views of how we see ourselves in the mirror is a popular topic for discussion.. and moral high grounds. It has been for a very long time. Continue reading “Body Image –a very interesting topic.. and a new chapter”
Some of you might have seen this ‘Average Barbie’ turn up in their newsfeed. An artist made Barbie with the measurements of the average American 19yr old.
I have mixed feelings about it. I’m not sure what to think of it yet. -Barbie IS out of proportion.. ehm.. but so are Lego-men…
Continue reading “Average Barbie; what does she really tell us?”