Monday, February 25, 2008

Recommended: Blue Emu

Who wouldn't want to work out with weights after reading this?

* Weight training is an excellent way to give those unwanted pounds a speedier heave-ho.

*Exercising with weights burns fat and preserves muscle while you're losing weight. (Nearly 100 percent of the weight you lose is pure fat if you weight train.)
It strengthens your muscles, joints and bones.
It decreases insulin levels so your body is in better hormonal balance. And it makes maintaining your weight loss a breeze.

* Each pound of body-firming muscle you add to your frame becomes a fat-incinerating furnace, allowing you to eat moderate amounts of food without worrying about gaining fat.
(Tips from 2 Book Set: The Ulitmate Weight Solution: The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom/The Ultimate Weight Solution Food Guide.)

What Dr. Phil forgot to say is how to get past the first few workouts when every muscle hurts.

Here's my recommendation: BLUE EMU!!

I first heard about Blue Emu at a birthday party for a woman of a certain age, whose friends made up appropriate lyrics about her favorite product to the tune of "Blue Bayou."

After the party, one of the hostesses gave me a jar of the mysterious turquoise gel, which I promptly put away...until I started weight training.

Believe me, it works. Now I'm a Blue Emu-ing Fat-Incinerating Furnace. And that's HOT, Baby!


HappyBlogChick said...

Interesting! I've never heard of Emu oil.

Hooray for weight training!

Grumpy Chair said...

I am about to pick up the weights and I will have to check out the blue emu. (I usually use ben gay).

I have been reading Dr. Phil's 7 keys to w/l - at night, but think it would serve me better to approach it like a study manual and read it during the day and take notes.

Hanlie said...

I've been putting it off, but you know what, I think I'm ready to start weight training...

We have a similar product over here called Remedy Blue!

Pattie said...

I used to do strength training on a regular basis - even hired a trainer for year or so. I loved it! It made me feel - well, strong! It also helped relieve stress like nobody's business.

I can feel myself fixing to get started on strength training again. There is a little voice inside me that's saying, "It's time to go back to the gym!" Thanks for the reminder.

Nicole said...

I'll tell you what, I'm jealous that you NEED Blue Emu. I MUST get myself into strength training. Grrrrrr!