Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Follow my diet in real time

Have you ever wanted to watch someone on a healthy eating plan so that you could see if it really worked?

You’ll know at the end whether or not she lost weight, but will you know how hard or easy it was? How realistic? Will you know if it made her feel really crummy in exchange for the weight loss? Here’s your chance to follow me on a healthy eating & weight loss plan, one with an ancient twist.

It’s called The Dragon’s Way and its based on the ancient exercise Qi Gong. This is a program of The Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation, a not-for-profit organization based in New York City.

I want to emphasize that I am in no way affiliated with this program. If it sucks, I’ll tell you.

So far, I have a good feeling about it.

This is a six-week program, but it starts with a preparation week. Today, I am about to embark on preparation week. On Friday, I’ll give you more details about what that entails.

The blog will be updated at least every Wednesday, probably much more often, at least in the beginning. But if for some reason, I can’t update it on a particular Wednesday, I’ll update it the next day, Thursday.

Meanwhile, if you want to find out more about The Dragon’s Way program, you can visit The Dragon’s Way section of the TCM World Foundation website. Until tomorrow...



1 comment:

Perry Droast said...


My wife and daughter joined a health club about 6 weeks ago. I joined a week later. We all got a personal trainer (It's not cheap but worth it). He gave us a diet and has been teaching us how to do a wide variety of exercises. The main thing to do is to strengthen your transverse abdominus muscles so you don't injure your spine during other exercises.

My wife has lost 20 lbs, my daugther 9 lbs, and I've lost 15 lbs.

You can do this. Good luck.