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  • Robert Patterson - Life ChangerWeek one rating; I'm one of those people who hate exercise, but recognize the need for it, I get bored real quick with routines. This program will not allow you to get bored, in fact now I look forward to my work-out each day (a first for me). I was in fair shape before starting, had the spare tire, only about 10 lbs overweight, spent most of the day sitting (but did walk/run one mile a day, three times a week and moderate weights for thirty minutes, three times a week, got boring fast) 63 years old, bad knees and one bad shoulder, no thyroid. So really unsure because of the “EXTREME” connotation, but needed a new challenge so I bought it. I have kept up with the program (each rep with each exercise and even exceeded several), had a problem with the AB Ripper X because I was a little uncoordinated and have a small keg instead of a six pack, but did notice each day that I get better. The only exercises I have had to modify are the chin-ups (bad shoulder), but he effectively shows how to do this. I like how he allows you to work at your own pace and build it up (he also demonstrates how to modify each exercise to allow you to build it up or overcome shortfalls), he effectively explains and demonstrates all exercises and equipment needed (nothing expensive). He explains the different exercises to do if you want lean muscle instead of bulk muscle. One bit of advice, before you go to bed at night, take some Tylenol, you will be sore when you wake up in places you forget there were muscles.
    1. Can’t fast forward thru the adds, I understand why you can’t thru the warnings, But I hate ads. This is minor, but still a pain.
    2. I threw out the diet. As most diets it lists expensive and sometimes hard to find items and I have food allergies and no thyroid. I also hate to cook. I’m fairly sharp on nutritional requirements so I designed my own diet. My diet meets RDA requirements (other than calorie intake), but with items found in any store. I disagree with him and the FDA on the calorie requirements need, at my age and height, both say I need 2500 to 3000+ cal per day; I have found over several years that I feel better at 1400 to 1800 cal per day. Over, I gain weight (fat weight), lower I lose energy and muscle mass. My diet consists of fruits, vegetables, chicken, lean pork, beans, dark chocolate (yes, sugar), bread (only “Dave’s Bread” because of ingredients, have to limit myself, this bread is addictive) and one day a week I allow myself to eat out at a Mexican restaurant (I could eat their food 7 days a week). I also use rice protein and not soy protein. I have a slight soy and soy-lecithin allergy (it is listed as one of the top ten allergies in this country). Doctors will not tell you this, but drop all foods with soy and soy-lecithin for one week and watch your sinuses dry up. I eat very little processed food on exercise days.I also have my own recovery drink consisting of home made juice and rice protein.
    Results to date;
    1. Gain five pounds (across chest, shoulders and arms).
    2. Lost 1.5 inch on waist (haven't lost 1/2 inch in last two years).
    3. Feel better (more energy and alertness).
    4. Wife starting to perk up when I enter a room (this alone makes it worth the cost).
    I say this is a definite buy and don’t be scared off by the “EXTREME”, it takes one to one and a half hours a day, it allows self paced work with excellent coaching advice, low cost, doesn’t take a lot of room and keeps it interesting. It is not another dance routine or get fit quick program, it is a follow along, do the work and get in shape program that can hopefully be used past the 90 day limit.
  • Steven H. Propp - THE ORIGINAL BOOK ESPOUSING THIS HIGH-FAT, LOW-CARBOHYDRATE DIETRobert Coleman Atkins (1930-2003; he died as a result of head trauma from a fall on ice---although he DID have cardiac arrest in 2002) was an American physician and cardiologist. A line of products bearing his name is available, although the company filed for bankruptcy in 2005, and was bought and continued by another company. He revised this 1972 book as Dr. Atkins New Diet Revolution.

    He begins by saying, "I've treated ten thousand patients for overweight... They have all lost weight without counting calories, without diet pills, and most without feeling a pang of hunger... this diet ISN'T 'balanced.' It is deliberately UNBALANCED. The reason---to counteract the metabolic imbalance that causes people to get fat in the first place... In this diet we first cut out carbohydrates ALTOGETHER, then keep them cut way down permanently... This is a no-hunger diet... I don't believe that losing weight is a simple matter of counting calories and of just operating the body on a calorie deficit." (Pg. 2-3)

    He contends, "We're the victim of 'carbohydrate poisoning.'... What causes that? Mainly, sugar... virtually a sugar addiction... The no-hunger RX for overweight: cut carbohydrates, not calories... Removing carbohydrates from the diet is the most permanently effective treatment for overweight... because when you take away carbohydrates you take away hunger." (Pg. 5-6)

    He argues, "Unlearn what you've heard about ketones first. When a person is putting out ketones in the breath or urine he is said to be 'in ketosis.' Now for a carbohydrate-intolerant Mr. Fat to be in ketosis deliberately is a signal for rejoicing. It is a sign that unwanted fat is being burned up as fuel." (Pg. 12) He admits that "with ketosis you have bad breath." (Pg. 274)

    More controversially, he states, "You can eat without limit solid 'fattening' food. On this diet you're allowed to eat truly luxurious foods without limit---for example, lobster with butter sauce, steak with Bearnaise sauce, and... rich-tasting cheeseburgers, or even better, BACON cheeseburgers... As long as you don't take in carbohydrates, you can eat any amount of this 'fattening' food and it won't put a single ounce of fat on you." (Pg. 15) He later adds, "just 'eating less' and calorie counting is a trap. It keeps you fat... I'm not the first doctor to dispute the calorie theory by any means." (Pg. 83)
  • Barbara - LOVE QUICKBOOKS!!I have used Quickbooks since 1996. Before this version I was using Pro 08 and got caught in the forced upgrade. I am a creature of habit and hate change. BUT can you imagine using the QB from 1996 in 2011? Even though I gripe, whine and complain I know that in the end the upgrade, for the most part, is for the better.
    I purchased Pro 11 off amazon last week when it was only $99, happy about that. I completed my work for the week and started Fri morning with my install. Some of the reviews on here really scared the heck out of me so I was prepared for a long, tear filled stressful day. I am happy to report that my install could not have been better. Took about 30 minutes and I was up and running. I even got a signature scanned for paychecks & I am working on the logo to get it just right. Everything is exactly how it was and I have no complaints with this new product.
    This comment is for the QB people on here - one thing that changed from the 2006 to the 2008 version and is the same in 2011 that I am not happy with is in Customers & Jobs. We are in construction. I will have a developer that we do several jobs for, those jobs will have several phases, so it will be at lease 3 teired. In 2006 I could add Developer, right click and add job (job name & info) then right click on that and add phase (job # with phase #). I used to be able to have each phase with a different "ship to" without having to add a million different ship to addresses. You guys should look at how that was in 2006 and make it like that again. That is probably the only thing I would change in QB.
  • GranMomWest - Great ChairThis is the 2nd chair of this kind I have purchased. We absolutely love it however we unfortunately left the 1st one sitting on a bench outisde a restaurant. Our Grandaughter is 11 months old and really loves being close to the table and near us when we go out to a restaurant. Really great quality connects to table quickly and love the way it folds up.