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The State of Nerd Fitness – 2/18/10. By Steve Kamb • Last Updated: February 17, 2010 • 19 comments. We’re approximately an 1/8th of the way through 2010, so I thought today would be a good time to update you all on the state of Nerd Fitness. Next week is both busy and awesome, so I wanted to fill you in before things get crazy.

Nerd Fitness: A fitness website for nerds and average Joes. Helping you lose weight, get stronger, live better. What’s going on in Nerd Fitness Prime? For Nerd Fitness Prime Members, Coach Jim will be leading a twice-a-week training program for the next 6 weeks: The 1st session will cover your running/walking missions for the week.

The 2nd session will cover supplementary activities: strength training, stretching, and proper sleep that you can do to prepare for the event. NERD FITNESS WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE. Please read these terms carefully before using this website. The materials located at www.nerdfitness.com, www.nerdfitnessrebellion.com, and all subdirectories (collectively the “Site”), are provided by Level Up Enterprises, Inc. (“Level Up Enterprises”) as a service to its customers and may be used for. Regardless of where you’re at on your fitness journey today, we’re a community of underdogs, misfits, and mutants that can’t wait to help.

After all, as stat. We members of the Nerd Fitness Rebellion believe in a few key ideas (11 rules specifically!). These are the three most crucial: RULE #1: We know diet is 80-90% of the battle, so we do our best to eat as well as we can as often as possible, and occasionally choose to eat what we want.

Welcome to Nerd Fitness I’m Steve Kamb. I’m a nerd. I deadlift. Nerd Fitness helps desk jockeys, nerds, and average Joes level up their lives.

There’s a lot of B.S. out there about fitness. At the beginning of the year, Nerd Fitness had close to 120,000 subscribers on the email list. Since then, we’ve doubled yet again to now over 240,000 people!

Not bad, considering we’ve spent $0 up to this point on advertising �� If you’ve ever shared a Nerd Fitness article on Facebook, or told a co-worker about us on gchat, thank you. With an effective diet and fitness plan which fits into your lifestyle, plus some innovative gaming innovations, Nerd Fitness has a lot to offer you if you’re struggling to lose weight.. The site was designed by Steve Kamb, who (in his own words) “got sick of all the sleazy fitness scams” and decided to start his own site to bring people together. I started out with the Nerd Fitness BBWW. It was a great starting point for me.

I agree with modifying if it you need to. After a difficult first try at it, I dialed back the squats and lunges and only did two circuits for a bit. Gradually I added more reps and the third circuit.

Once that routine seemed easy, I moved on to the startbodyweight.

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After completing afitness assessment or movement screen, a personalized fitness program is developed based on individual results and current fitness.

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JEN WIDERSTROM FITNESS TRAINER BORN: 1982 HOMETOWN: Downers Grove, Illinois WHAT SHE’S KNOWN FOR: Widerstrom appeared on TV’s American Gladiators and The Biggest Loser.

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Physical fitness Series JENSEN, Arne Hall

“National Library of Medicine Catalog” by National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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Results of a study of an innovative program incorporating playful simulated laughter into a moderate-intensity strength, balance, and flexibility physical activity program (LaughActive) for older adults reported significant improvements in aerobic endurance, mental health, and motivation to exercise.

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22 23 Do your favorite fitness challenge.

“Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children” by Robert P. Pangrazi, Aaron Beighle
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—Fit Body: 9 Keys to a Healthier, Happier You,” Living Dialogues podcast series, episodes 89 and 90, personallifemedia.com, http://personallifemedia.com/podcasts/212-livingdialogues/episodes/33806-brant-secunda-huichol-shaman-healer-mark.

“Iron War: Dave Scott, Mark Allen, and the Greatest Race Ever Run” by Matt Fitzgerald
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Fitness Information Technology, Morgantown (1998)

“Enhancing Health and Sports Performance by Design: Proceedings of the 2019 Movement, Health & Exercise (MoHE) and International Sports Science Conference (ISSC)” by Mohd Hasnun Arif Hassan, Ahmad Munir Che Muhamed, Nur Fahriza Mohd Ali, Denise Koh Choon Lian, Kok Lian Yee, Nik Shanita Safii, Sarina Md Yusof, Nor Farah Mohamad Fauzi
from Enhancing Health and Sports Performance by Design: Proceedings of the 2019 Movement, Health & Exercise (MoHE) and International Sports Science Conference (ISSC)
by Mohd Hasnun Arif Hassan, Ahmad Munir Che Muhamed, et. al.
Springer Singapore, 2020

Among these are chapter 7: “Weight Training and Body Shaping”; chapter 8: “Body-Fat Loss and Weight Control”; chapter 9: “Body Image”; and chapter 16: “Beyond Fitness: Becoming an Elite Performer,” for readers who wish to go beyond mere physical fitness.

“Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform” by Jerrold S. Greenberg, George B. Dintiman, Barbee Myers Oakes
from Physical Fitness and Wellness: Changing the Way You Look, Feel, and Perform
by Jerrold S. Greenberg, George B. Dintiman, Barbee Myers Oakes
Human Kinetics, 2004

Two things have been selected on this screen: Physical Fitness, and Aged.

“Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Research” by George R. Taylor
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by George R. Taylor
University Press of America, 2005

Together, Ellie and I had downloaded free fitness videos, and gotten various ten-, fifteen-, and twenty-minute workouts from magazines.

“All Fall Down: A Novel” by Jennifer Weiner
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by Jennifer Weiner
Washington Square Press, 2015

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  • My small change was to reduce the amount of flour and sugar I eat, trying to eat mainly Paleo but allowing some flexibility when the need arises.

  • Hello there, have you heard of Bellyfattack yet? Simply search on Google. There you will discover a beneficial free video presentation by a well-known medical doctor revealing the best way to burn extra fat. It made it possible for Andrew to eliminate his abdominal fat. Hopefully it will work for you also.

  • Hi there, have you heard about “BELLYfatTACK yet? Simply copy \’n\’ paste BellyFATtack.com to the browser to visit their website. There you can find a helpful free video by a recognized licensed nutritionist talking about the best way to lose weight. It made it possible for Madellane to burn her belly fat. Just give this a shot. Hopefully it helps you also.

  • To Steve and all staff and attendees of these camps, thank you for making these videos. I may not be able to attend, but I often come back to these 3 videos for inspiration. Thank you everyone.

  • I decided to re-watch this video after John and Sarah mentioned (and smiled about) it during their “a little art / a little wine 2” livestream and, damn, I did not know how much I needed this in my life right now until I brought it back into my life. (I think might watch it again and move along with John this time!)
    Thank you, Nerdfightaria, this community brings me so much joy!
    Also, #omgthiswas10yearsago

  • Heh, I like how you smoothly dodge the academy fee question. And these Fox reporters irk me. “I appreciate your honesty”, like being a nerd is something seriously shameful.

  • Watching this 9 years later again already a grown up. Thanks vlogbrothers for making my high school experience less horrible. You were the first and only people that told me being a nerd is awesome and it’s not wrong to be excited about things!!! DFTBA!!

  • Steve (and the whole NF team and community), this speech and your website continue to be an inspiration to me every single day. Thank you, and game on!

  • My small change was to not eat sweets/chocolate one day a week. It grew, so my longest run was a week and a half without! And then came the PMS and ruined it:P

  • Watching in 2019. It’s still as epic as in 2010.:D
    (Only that in 2010 I was 12 years old, didn’t know about YouTube and didn’t speak English very well)

  • the book lifting part was so HARD. then again i had four hardcover books of oliver twist, alice munroe selected stories, jkr casual vacancy, and a kurt vonnegut book eith cats cradle, mr rosewater, and breakfast of champions. whew

  • I found you bec I searched-for firness stuff on google or something like that. And I just wanted to say good stuff u did on your website. Im trying to get me a good workout plan by myself and gathered some valueble information there. Thanks:)

  • How does this change when you factor in specific dietary restrictions from a doctor? Like, what if you’re being told that you really need to cut back on sodium to help your heart?

  • I have 3 questions, 1) whats he being punished for? 2) isn’t he doing it wrong if he still has his lunch money on his way home? 3) Can he still do those stretches today (9 or so years later)? Just curious. DFTBA.

  • frankly, i think the pi sit ups is quite a novel way to do sit ups and i have started to adopt it whenever my PE class does warmups

  • I was about to be grumpy that this is content I paid for access to, and then i realized that that was years ago, and I barely use it anymore. So it’s more like seeing this was a reminder I should start doing NF Yoga again on top of my physiotherapy and “prescription stretches” so I guess releasing this was helpful to me, too.
    It sort of took the wind out of my sails. Now I’m just grumpy at myself for being dumb.

    Dear everyone who didn’t originally pay for this: It was a stellar value when it cost money. Take advantage!

  • I am slowly understanding that I don’t actually NEED to buy a candy bar every time I go for groceries or something. This has changed and is helping me in the long run.

  • only eating between hours of noon and 8pm, limit beef to once a month, one daily meal must be high protein/high veggie/low carb, 1 get out of jail free card a week.

  • Truth! I have cut down on eating out to only special occasions and seen such an amazing difference in maintaining a healthy weight. I also log my water intake to motivate me to drink more using the app ‘water logged’. I’ve gone from 1 cup of water a day if that, to over 10 cups!

  • Yeah right… Many of us forget one simple thing about this guy’s personal adventures and how he achieved them… Money…

    The Money he gots and how he got it when other people while he was jerking his ass off playing zelda and everquest were sweating for 7dollar per hour to support their house and family… fucking capitalism… People around the globe are starving and we here aplause guys that managed to unhook themselfs from a fricking game.. Pathetic

  • Mom: What are you watching?
    Me: Oh just a workout video
    Mom: That’s good to hear that you aren’t watching those weird videos you usually watch and you’re learning something educational.
    Me:…yea

  • Today I’m going to actually pack my lunch for work vs. waiting until the last minute before I go to work and not being able to pack it.

  • I literally lost thirty pounds (over years) just not drinking soda in my younger days and instead of having plain, black tea. It got me away from the 300 pound zone. If you can permanently remove an obvious bad, it’ll really go a long way.

  • I am slowly understanding that I don’t actually NEED to buy a candy bar every time I go for groceries or something. This has changed and is helping me in the long run.

  • I found you bec I searched-for firness stuff on google or something like that. And I just wanted to say good stuff u did on your website. Im trying to get me a good workout plan by myself and gathered some valueble information there. Thanks:)

  • I’ve been full Paleo for a few months now and decided to try going Keto and see what results I would get to shave off some body fat. So far, so good.

  • Summary of video begins at: 11:17 // Gamification of daily life was also done by Jane McGonigal, who used gaming mentality for recovering from a stroke and rebuilding her life. Her daily challenges were things like walking across the room vs jumping from airplanes, but the principles are the same. Set your own daily goals and give yourself mental rewards. Jane McGonigal site is at superbetter.com and recommend checking her out.

    I agree that this idea of gamification of real life makes a lot of sense as a goal setting methodology and to set challenges to work towards. Having played World of Warcraft (WOW), like Everquest game, have often thought that daily real life shares aspects with the video game.

    But do be careful in your adventuring. From the video game Skyrim “I used to be an adventurer till I took an arrow in the knee”. In real life rocks rolling off mountains can lead to ultimate demise with game over. There is no need for a “bucket list” in WOW because if you die then you are resurrected and play goes on. RIP to Scott Dinsmore.

  • This video gave me shivers. The amount of passion and conviction he uses about his life experience is such a beautiful thing. Congrats man, I think you’re the 1% that understands what life is really about.

  • One step I’m taking is cooking more of my meals at home and replacing my evening snack or dessert with healthier options. Instead of having something sugary I’m doing a low/no sugar version.

  • You think he only has shit to offer? How about those of us who have been inspired by what he has made? He has offered the information in a way that has made it accessible to people like me. There are thousands on his site trying to make their lives better. That doesn’t fit into your idea of doing good work?

  • When I wanted to lose 40 pounds (7) years ago, I decided that I wanted something that was sustainable, had a longterm maintenance strategy with room for error, where I could cook all of my own food and it had to be good quality but didn’t have to be perfect. Little changes might work for some people, but I initially needed structure with a basic set of guidelines to go off of. Once I got more comfortable with what I was doing, I reached out to people on the low carb forum and asked specific questions.

    Looking back from all of my experience, I would say that I’ve changed my views on nutrition. I do keto and cheat once in a while that’s my version of maintenance and it works well for me with a full-time job and just getting into strength training. In the past, I would tell everyone to just do keto and it’s the most sustainable. But what I might not think is ideal for anyone is working for someone else because it’s sustainable for them and works well with their lifestyle. The key is, it’s still a major improvement from what they were doing previously.

    As for a basic tip for people who are out of shape and have a lot of weight to lose, I’d say to design your way of eating around keeping insulin levels low. Find a program with some structure and follow the program if you mess up or run into problems, go easy on yourself. Find an online community, preferably your favorite forum and reach out to the community with your questions. Don’t be afraid to ask the most basic n00b questions everyone has been there and other people, especially people who have been doing this for a little bit longer than you have are more than eager to tell you what they did that solved the problem. After you’ve been following the program for a few months, look at your progress so far and determine if what you’re doing is working for you. If it is, keep things in mind that you read about or watch on youtube on things you can do to branch out on your plan. A few examples would be trying a new food, incorporating mct oil, doing oil pulling, or trying a new supplement that you think might enhance what you’re already doing. Lastly, when you start a new style of eating, lay off on any hard workouts for the first few weeks. There will be plenty of time to do what you love fitness-wise, but give your body a chance first to adapt to the higher quality foods you’re putting into your gas tank.

    I hope that helps. If anyone has any questions, I’m willing to answer them.

  • My wife and I changed our eating habits last April (we went mostly Paleo) and with our new nutrition lifestyle, I’ve lost 70 lbs WITHOUT exercising. The entire time, I’ve still had things that people say they can’t have on a healthy diet: pizza (gluten-free, fresh ingredients), french fries (sweet potatoes), brownies (made with flax seed), cookies (made with almond butter and coconut sugar) and tons of bacon (cause it’s actually good for you. ;)). I’ve got a ways to go, but I feel amazing!!

  • Four months ago, I cut out bread and pasta 100%. Following Paleo successfully since then (other attempts I fell) and I don’t have the stomach aches or that “heavy” sluggish feeling anymore. Why would I go back to feeling like crap just to enjoy 5-15 minutes of eating something ‘kinda good’ when I feel much better all the time without them?

  • My small change was to not eat sweets/chocolate one day a week. It grew, so my longest run was a week and a half without! And then came the PMS and ruined it:P

  • Four months ago, I cut out bread and pasta 100%. Following Paleo successfully since then (other attempts I fell) and I don’t have the stomach aches or that “heavy” sluggish feeling anymore. Why would I go back to feeling like crap just to enjoy 5-15 minutes of eating something ‘kinda good’ when I feel much better all the time without them?

  • I agree, small sustainable changes are the way to go. The temporary diet mentality is doomed to fail. I try to minimize bread and feel better when I do. But never say never or that can set you up for failure too.

  • You’re right.. it’s a minority though. I’m talking about the middle and small class citizens around the globe. They must be around 70% of the entire population, another 25% that dont even have electricity and those motherfuckers that took em all from the others and represent the rest 5%. None the less you’re right obviously, but i can’t stand people that the only thing they have to offer to the society is shit and the rest poor guys work 40+years just to bring food to the table. Unfair world..

  • Lifestyle change is the key. Those small changes NF recommends will be “forgotten” about over time and just be a part of who you are. Yes, WHO you are. We truly are what we eat. Those small changes will accumulate and effect positive, permanent change. Go get yourself some!

  • This is amazing. And it’s made even better by his complete genuineness and not wanting to be up there for any other reason than wanting to spread this great message. ����

  • I really like this idea! I am going to make sure I drink one glass of water. I know I need to have more water then a few sips a day or what I get from foods.

  • One step I’m taking is cooking more of my meals at home and replacing my evening snack or dessert with healthier options. Instead of having something sugary I’m doing a low/no sugar version.

  • I’ve been full Paleo for a few months now and decided to try going Keto and see what results I would get to shave off some body fat. So far, so good.

  • Hi there, have you tried “BELLYfatTACK” yet? Simply google it and you will spot bellyfattack.com There you will find a useful free video by a respected medical doctor revealing the way to get rid of extra fat. It made it easier for Madellane to get rid of her belly fat. I will probably give it a shot. I hope it works for you also.

  • This was great! I paired this with the star wars workout for my off days and so far I’ve really liked it. Yesterday was the first time I’ve tried a yoga routine and I hope to continue it for a while. It’s also peaked my interest in the paid course if I’m able to stick with this for a few weeks I could see myself paying for more content like it.

  • Aw, poor Steve looks tired. I feel you bruh. I started juicing today. I will do this for as long as I can last. Then I will start subbing in good food choices. I will not be eating processed foods, processed sugars, high carbs, etc. I’m not really a sweets person to begin with, I’m more savory. It won’t be hard to change those out. I started trim healthy mama about a year ago and lost about 25 lbs in two months and about 21 inches across my body. I felt great. But then work happened and kids and I couldn’t do it anymore. It wasn’t feasible. But though things are still chaotic, I have to work around that. So today is my first day of change.

  • My small change for today and every day going forward is to drop soda down to one per day. The rest of my drink intake is replaced with water. At work I have already started taking a water bottle to refill instead of buying soda cups to refill! One small change will help me be rid of so many excess calories each and every day! Never diet again!

  • Thanks Steve for the inspiring & fun to watch session. You are truly inspiring & motivation for anyone who truly want to Level-Up their life. I am truly motivated to Level-Up my life by watching this & will create something for other people achieve the same. I have your course and will follow it diligently. Hope i get to meet you someday and be a part of your Epic Quest of Awesome! I will try my best to live a life of passion & devotion into making others lives better in the process as well. And congratulations on achieving your goal of giving a Tedex Session. And thanks again for the motivation!

  • OMG…Zelda and Everquest, really? Unless he was an 8k MMR player or any other regional qualifier player, he was just an average gamer, an average gamer with Everquest addiction. I can understand if you are morbidly obese and you want to change your life, but as previously overweight but still active gamer i have to say…you DONT quit gaming to get your life back or “level up” in life, just set boundaries and do punishment games.

  • This was my first year at camp, and will NOT be my last. It was so much fun, the other campers really are family and I can’t wait to see them all at camp next time!

  • Surely you have to have some sort of “diet” that is temporary as you need to eat at a deficit then once you’re at a good weight you dont want to continue eating at a deficit

  • I don’t like this one. Who is paying for your adventures? how do you make it happen? What about doing good for anybody other than yourself? Try having kids, you’l get so much adventure and challenges and meaning. 

  • To be fair…I actually felt more discouraged by watching this video at first…then the last five minutes was just spot on. I love this guy.

  • This was great! I paired this with the star wars workout for my off days and so far I’ve really liked it. Yesterday was the first time I’ve tried a yoga routine and I hope to continue it for a while. It’s also peaked my interest in the paid course if I’m able to stick with this for a few weeks I could see myself paying for more content like it.

  • As a fellow fitness nerd who owns her own practice here in Canada ���� and teaches other Yoga, Pilates and Rehabilitation Professionals.. This is a GREAT video. If I every closed my practice to become a fully virtual health coach.. this is the ideal company I would work with.( I have been in the industry for over 20 years, with videos with high views myself) These videos have no BS and are easy to follow

  • As a fellow fitness nerd who owns her own practice here in Canada ���� and teaches other Yoga, Pilates and Rehabilitation Professionals.. This is a GREAT video. If I every closed my practice to become a fully virtual health coach.. this is the ideal company I would work with.( I have been in the industry for over 20 years, with videos with high views myself) These videos have no BS and are easy to follow

  • how many people haven’t been captured by an rpg… thank you for those advices to apply in our daily life, nerd fitness follower ftw 

  • That guy will never EVER dead lift 400 lbs. just won’t happen. He’s a small guy. Nothing wrong with that. But he maybe can dead lift 100. That’s normal and he shouldn’t try to change that

  • Love this! This is what I did to drop 145 pounds over last 4.5 years. What really helped me was understanding that the work I did to go from 325 to 275 pounds wasn’t going to work to get me to 250, 225, 200, etc. While I could never go back to the bad habits, I had to refine my good habits. As I changed physically I had to tweak what I did (less food as I didn’t need as much anymore; focus more on building strength than weight loss, etc.).

  • I agree, small sustainable changes are the way to go. The temporary diet mentality is doomed to fail. I try to minimize bread and feel better when I do. But never say never or that can set you up for failure too.

  • Hey there, have you heard about “BELLYfatTACK” yet? Simply google it and you are going to find bellyfattack.com On there you can find a beneficial free video by a well accredited licensed health practitioner teaching about how to eliminate excess weight. This helped Cheryl to burn her stomach fat. I will probably give it a shot. It might help you too.

  • This was my first year at camp, and will NOT be my last. It was so much fun, the other campers really are family and I can’t wait to see them all at camp next time!

  • My small change for today and every day going forward is to drop soda down to one per day. The rest of my drink intake is replaced with water. At work I have already started taking a water bottle to refill instead of buying soda cups to refill! One small change will help me be rid of so many excess calories each and every day! Never diet again!

  • Truth! I have cut down on eating out to only special occasions and seen such an amazing difference in maintaining a healthy weight. I also log my water intake to motivate me to drink more using the app ‘water logged’. I’ve gone from 1 cup of water a day if that, to over 10 cups!

  • I watched this video for the first time today, but I was thinking about this last night, when watching a couple of video reviews for Dark Souls 2. It’s amazing the amount of time people waste playing these games. To this, gamers usually respond with, ‘Well, what about watching TV?’ Watching TV…. playing video games… same, same. I used to be hardcore into video games and I still play them sometimes, although on a much more casual level. Life is just too short for those 70-80 hour ‘epics’.

  • only eating between hours of noon and 8pm, limit beef to once a month, one daily meal must be high protein/high veggie/low carb, 1 get out of jail free card a week.

  • Hey there, have you heard about “Belly Fat Quencher” (just google it)? On their website you will find a practical free video. It helped Sonia to eliminate her stomach fat. Perhaps it will help you out as well.

  • One of my heroes. Not only is he living his dream, he’s created a transformational fitness tribe and is showing them how to live their dreams too.  Complete rock star.

  • GREAT video! Also a fitness and videogame fanatic, and love real life too. Thanks for the reminders and effective focus strategies!! Real life game guide.:)

  • Oh man! Watching this in 2020 amidst lockdown! what an exercise tutorial!
    John Green can we get a little more of this! “And Dodge deflect”

  • Nice video. You may also want to checkout the review of truth about abs on my blog at jasonreviews. com/truth-about-abs-review/ Thanks. Pkl Noland.

  • Just realised that could be mis-interpretted. What I’m saying is that he gave us an “Idea worth spreading” (TED talk), not a huge advertisement like a lot of ted talks are these days.

  • No more overly sweet beverages or food. And trying to obtain my 8 serving of veggies a day. I may not look that different but i feel much better than usual. Next month drink tea or coffee once a day and do a 30 min walk or exercise routine.

  • Truth! I have cut down on eating out to only special occasions and seen such an amazing difference in maintaining a healthy weight. I also log my water intake to motivate me to drink more using the app ‘water logged’. I’ve gone from 1 cup of water a day if that, to over 10 cups!

  • Somewhere, someone is also dreaming about the life of a rich American man who has access to a computer, the internet, enough free time to browse videos on YouTube, and is ranting on a TED speech. ;p

  • I have a question:

    Every morning I make myself a shake that contains: Oatmeal, banana, honey, watermelon, melon, strawberries and cantalope. My question is is the oatmeal good for me? In the sense of losing body fat?

    Thanks!

  • I’ve come back to this during this Quarantine2020 for some exercise I can actually manage from someone who I respect (fox hat included).

  • Love the concept, but a few flaws; was lacking practical advice on how to finance this journey, and I wonder how he was bettering the world or his career chances not out to just enjoy himself. Without this, could interpret him as just spoiled and self-centered, which he probably is not.

  • Hello, have you heard of “Belly Fat Blaze” (search on Google for it)? There you will find a beneficial free video. This made it easier for Donna to get rid of her belly fat. I hope it will help you too.

  • I was about to be grumpy that this is content I paid for access to, and then i realized that that was years ago, and I barely use it anymore. So it’s more like seeing this was a reminder I should start doing NF Yoga again on top of my physiotherapy and “prescription stretches” so I guess releasing this was helpful to me, too.
    It sort of took the wind out of my sails. Now I’m just grumpy at myself for being dumb.

    Dear everyone who didn’t originally pay for this: It was a stellar value when it cost money. Take advantage!

  • Truth! I have cut down on eating out to only special occasions and seen such an amazing difference in maintaining a healthy weight. I also log my water intake to motivate me to drink more using the app ‘water logged’. I’ve gone from 1 cup of water a day if that, to over 10 cups!

  • When I wanted to lose 40 pounds (7) years ago, I decided that I wanted something that was sustainable, had a longterm maintenance strategy with room for error, where I could cook all of my own food and it had to be good quality but didn’t have to be perfect. Little changes might work for some people, but I initially needed structure with a basic set of guidelines to go off of. Once I got more comfortable with what I was doing, I reached out to people on the low carb forum and asked specific questions.

    Looking back from all of my experience, I would say that I’ve changed my views on nutrition. I do keto and cheat once in a while that’s my version of maintenance and it works well for me with a full-time job and just getting into strength training. In the past, I would tell everyone to just do keto and it’s the most sustainable. But what I might not think is ideal for anyone is working for someone else because it’s sustainable for them and works well with their lifestyle. The key is, it’s still a major improvement from what they were doing previously.

    As for a basic tip for people who are out of shape and have a lot of weight to lose, I’d say to design your way of eating around keeping insulin levels low. Find a program with some structure and follow the program if you mess up or run into problems, go easy on yourself. Find an online community, preferably your favorite forum and reach out to the community with your questions. Don’t be afraid to ask the most basic n00b questions everyone has been there and other people, especially people who have been doing this for a little bit longer than you have are more than eager to tell you what they did that solved the problem. After you’ve been following the program for a few months, look at your progress so far and determine if what you’re doing is working for you. If it is, keep things in mind that you read about or watch on youtube on things you can do to branch out on your plan. A few examples would be trying a new food, incorporating mct oil, doing oil pulling, or trying a new supplement that you think might enhance what you’re already doing. Lastly, when you start a new style of eating, lay off on any hard workouts for the first few weeks. There will be plenty of time to do what you love fitness-wise, but give your body a chance first to adapt to the higher quality foods you’re putting into your gas tank.

    I hope that helps. If anyone has any questions, I’m willing to answer them.

  • Love this! This is what I did to drop 145 pounds over last 4.5 years. What really helped me was understanding that the work I did to go from 325 to 275 pounds wasn’t going to work to get me to 250, 225, 200, etc. While I could never go back to the bad habits, I had to refine my good habits. As I changed physically I had to tweak what I did (less food as I didn’t need as much anymore; focus more on building strength than weight loss, etc.).

  • How does this change when you factor in specific dietary restrictions from a doctor? Like, what if you’re being told that you really need to cut back on sodium to help your heart?

  • Hello fellow nerdfighters,
    I am a German student who is currently working on my Bachelor thesis in cultural studies and I need your help! I am writing about nerdfighteria and I am looking for five or six people who would be willing to do a skype interview with me. If you are interested please PM me or write me an e-mail ([email protected]).

  • Today I’m going to actually pack my lunch for work vs. waiting until the last minute before I go to work and not being able to pack it.

  • Heh, I like how you smoothly dodge the academy fee question. And these Fox reporters irk me. “I appreciate your honesty”, like being a nerd is something seriously shameful.

  • I literally lost thirty pounds (over years) just not drinking soda in my younger days and instead of having plain, black tea. It got me away from the 300 pound zone. If you can permanently remove an obvious bad, it’ll really go a long way.

  • I thought I would never see this! I can cross something off my own list!! A video with no dislikes!! And I can understand why too, this guy is epic.

  • To Steve and all staff and attendees of these camps, thank you for making these videos. I may not be able to attend, but I often come back to these 3 videos for inspiration. Thank you everyone.

  • I have a question:

    Every morning I make myself a shake that contains: Oatmeal, banana, honey, watermelon, melon, strawberries and cantalope. My question is is the oatmeal good for me? In the sense of losing body fat?

    Thanks!

  • A small permanent change I’m making is to stop overeating but also not starve myself. I love good healthy meals but I literally eat more than I need to and it makes me gain kilos (obviously). I’m also not banning fast food but never substituting a major meal for fast food. If I eat it I do it as I want and on the day I want, but very concious of what’s coming in my body. I guess I’m aiming for overall mindfulness about what’s going down my throat:)

  • Hey guys, love these emails etc. so I have chosen this exact thing “to never diet again” yes yes!!
    I have lost 2.5 kgs in a month, by not giving up foods I love but making the foods I love healthier and as I have IBS And gluten and lactose intolerance I have to limit the amounts I eat. all which help me to loose weight, get healthy. I’ve got to focus a little more now on more exercise but im getting there:-) think the posts and emails are great!!

  • Eating a regular breakfast! If i don’t eat breakfast I basically forget to eat all day and then binge at night. It’s really helped.

  • Just in case anyone doesn’t know this guy created a website where you can dive in to this. Nerdfitness.com:-) A 6 week challenge starts August 3rd and that’s your chance to hit level 2 in September:-)

  • My small change was to reduce the amount of flour and sugar I eat, trying to eat mainly Paleo but allowing some flexibility when the need arises.

  •  that was fucking amazing… I gotta tell u man, i subscribed to ur site… dint pay much attention to ur mails… although i hv joined a gym and working out, int. fastin and HIIT and all, but i dint knw, u were such a genuine guy!!! kudos to u!!! m fat ritenw… I’ll let u knw abt my personal level in about 8 months!!! best of luck fr ur journey!!!:)

  • My wife and I changed our eating habits last April (we went mostly Paleo) and with our new nutrition lifestyle, I’ve lost 70 lbs WITHOUT exercising. The entire time, I’ve still had things that people say they can’t have on a healthy diet: pizza (gluten-free, fresh ingredients), french fries (sweet potatoes), brownies (made with flax seed), cookies (made with almond butter and coconut sugar) and tons of bacon (cause it’s actually good for you. ;)). I’ve got a ways to go, but I feel amazing!!

  • No more overly sweet beverages or food. And trying to obtain my 8 serving of veggies a day. I may not look that different but i feel much better than usual. Next month drink tea or coffee once a day and do a 30 min walk or exercise routine.

  • That was great! Another good tip is to really find something more important to you than eating. If you occupy your mind with that you will care less if you don’t eat that piece of pizza. Love you guys.

  • A small permanent change I’m making is to stop overeating but also not starve myself. I love good healthy meals but I literally eat more than I need to and it makes me gain kilos (obviously). I’m also not banning fast food but never substituting a major meal for fast food. If I eat it I do it as I want and on the day I want, but very concious of what’s coming in my body. I guess I’m aiming for overall mindfulness about what’s going down my throat:)

  • That was great! Another good tip is to really find something more important to you than eating. If you occupy your mind with that you will care less if you don’t eat that piece of pizza. Love you guys.

  • Lifestyle change is the key. Those small changes NF recommends will be “forgotten” about over time and just be a part of who you are. Yes, WHO you are. We truly are what we eat. Those small changes will accumulate and effect positive, permanent change. Go get yourself some!

  • OMAD works the best for me. I started 2 years ago with 16/8 fasting method and 1 year ago I attempted the 23/1 one. I liked it and I still eat one meal a day to this day while also having the advantage of eating any food I want. It works for me exceptionally well while any diet that restricts certain foods and ingredients I eventually dropped. I’ve also started doing 100 burpees a day about 2 weeks ago and I feel much stronger and more confident than I ever was when I used to be overweight. I found this “perfect balance” and am really proud of myself because of it.

  • Surely you have to have some sort of “diet” that is temporary as you need to eat at a deficit then once you’re at a good weight you dont want to continue eating at a deficit

  • OMAD works the best for me. I started 2 years ago with 16/8 fasting method and 1 year ago I attempted the 23/1 one. I liked it and I still eat one meal a day to this day while also having the advantage of eating any food I want. It works for me exceptionally well while any diet that restricts certain foods and ingredients I eventually dropped. I’ve also started doing 100 burpees a day about 2 weeks ago and I feel much stronger and more confident than I ever was when I used to be overweight. I found this “perfect balance” and am really proud of myself because of it.

  • I just had an epiphany watching this. I am pretty much in the same situation as this guy was some years ago. Thanks for the video, subed.

  • the internet took me here tonight and i have so many questions. i can’t look away. i also have a slight inclination to try this at home.

  • Aw, poor Steve looks tired. I feel you bruh. I started juicing today. I will do this for as long as I can last. Then I will start subbing in good food choices. I will not be eating processed foods, processed sugars, high carbs, etc. I’m not really a sweets person to begin with, I’m more savory. It won’t be hard to change those out. I started trim healthy mama about a year ago and lost about 25 lbs in two months and about 21 inches across my body. I felt great. But then work happened and kids and I couldn’t do it anymore. It wasn’t feasible. But though things are still chaotic, I have to work around that. So today is my first day of change.

  • 100% agree with living life deliberately. Life is more important than video games, and living a love-centered life is all that is important.

  • 7:04 = “Remote Control” by Rin and Len.

    Also, he’s MARRIED?!

    Also, also, THIS WAS HOW MANY YEARS AGO?!

    Also, also, also, this man has given me more confidence in being a writer than any top ten tips ever have. knowing it’s okay, normal, and encouraged to be a weird geek irl when you’re nice and clean on paper is a relief.

  • My reason for playing video games = Great story that can only be achieved and experienced by playing through it. No other available substitutes.

  • Hey guys, love these emails etc. so I have chosen this exact thing “to never diet again” yes yes!!
    I have lost 2.5 kgs in a month, by not giving up foods I love but making the foods I love healthier and as I have IBS And gluten and lactose intolerance I have to limit the amounts I eat. all which help me to loose weight, get healthy. I’ve got to focus a little more now on more exercise but im getting there:-) think the posts and emails are great!!

  • Eating a regular breakfast! If i don’t eat breakfast I basically forget to eat all day and then binge at night. It’s really helped.

  • I really like this idea! I am going to make sure I drink one glass of water. I know I need to have more water then a few sips a day or what I get from foods.

  • I came here from Jen Campbell’s recommendation in her “The Bookshop Book”, page 21, and now I am wondering how have I not seen this nerdfighter video!!? THIS IS NOW MY FAVOURITE VIDEO ON THE INTERNET