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Physical Culture: Jim Park, Part Two

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Red Couch Conversations, Episode 9 – Why Fit Doesn’t Always Equal Healthy

This is a very interesting dogma that we see going around in the health & fitness industry. Ultimately, losing weight and/or getting "abs" doesn't always equal becoming healthier. As a matter of fact, more often than not, people end up changing their physical look and still having health issues (most times having even more health issues because of the added stress load exercise, dieting & NOT changing your mindset can be!).

Physical Culture: Maria Elena Alberici

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Physical Culture: Tony Sansone

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Physical Culture: Donna May Brown

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

The Minnesota Semi-Starvation Experiment (1944-1945)

The Minnesota Starvation Experiment, also known as the Minnesota Semi-Starvation Experiment, the Minnesota Starvation-Recovery Experiment and the Starvation Study, was a clinical study performed at the University of Minnesota between November 19, 1944 and December 20, 1945. The investigation was designed to determine the physiological and psychological effects of severe and prolonged dietary restriction and the effectiveness of dietary rehabilitation strategies.