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What Does it Mean to Be a Man?

Published on May 26th, 2014 | by James Fell

Grow a beard. Drive a truck. Kill something. Eat it. Wash down with beer. Screw hot chicks. Wait. Let’s try that again. Care for the planet. Be kind and gentlemanly. Dress for success. Be hygienic. Be ... Read More


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The Myth of the Alpha Male

Published on May 25th, 2014 | by James Fell

Something terrible happened. I’m always worried writing about this stuff. Will you think I’m fishing for clicks? Whether it’s about the Boston Marathon bombing, body shaming or equal rights, I’ve written about all of it and ... Read More


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Is Your Diet Doomed to Fail?

Published on May 15th, 2014 | by James Fell

Chances are you’ve danced with many diets, and yet here you are. Any diet that allows you to restrict calories is going to lead to weight loss. As long as you’re not overeating, then all diets ... Read More


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How to Build Your Confidence

Published on May 9th, 2014 | by James Fell

“If you will it, it will happen.” – Henry Winkler (A.K.A. The Fonz) “That’s bullshit.” – James S. Fell (A.K.A. Body for Wife)   “I forgot to do my metaphorical line of coke this morning.” “You’re ... Read More


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Understanding Weight Loss Surgery

Published on May 8th, 2014 | by James Fell

In case you haven’t noticed, I talk about a lot more than just six-pack abs here. If I have an opinion on something health related, I’m gonna spill it. Prepare to be dumped on. This is ... Read More


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How Care with Calories Adds Up

Published on April 26th, 2014 | by James Fell

Mmmm … Coffee. I did it a little different today. This post contains math. A large Tim Horton’s “double double” (Canadian thing that means double cream, double sugar) has 135 calories that are roughly half from ... Read More


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The Power of Going Public

Published on April 25th, 2014 | by James Fell

I’ve broken several bones, but this was the worst pain ever. It was the last few miles of my Boston Marathon qualifying race in Victoria, BC last fall. The only reason I made the target time ... Read More


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