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Engineered Weight Loss
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Thought this might be of some interest Smile
http://howto.wired.com/wiki/Engineer_Weight_Loss
Quote:As any good programmer knows, one of the best ways to improve a system is to eliminate the possibility of user error. So why are all diets plotted around the willpower of a flawed, faulty user? If you're having trouble shedding five pounds, just remember: it's the system's fault, not yours. So rethink your system and lose the weight without even thinking about it...
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#2
In the real world it's more appropriate to just convince yourself to get on with it... whenever I struggle climbing a hill (on or off road) on a bike I just start giving myself verbal abuse along the lines of "come on you fat ****"!!! Works for me.
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