When it comes to fitness or exercise a lot is based off science for what works and what doesn't. There's many people who can understand the terms of science which is a very good thing. Then there's many people who don't understand the terms of science. That doesn't make them dumb, it's just not everyone has a science type mind. My older brother understands science very well but then there's me who doesn't understand has well.
I like to keep things very simple which I've found out that helps many clients that I have worked with. We all have many other things in our life that is very difficult so why add another one. I'll explain what I have found to work for many of my clients. Which a lot of it is based off science but I'll explain it another way so the people who don't understand science can understand it better. There is plenty of info out there about fitness that already makes understanding fitness even harder. I'll even break down the that info so your not so confused about fitness. Let's keep this simple and easy
Thank you. I want to help people to live healthier. I appreciate your comment.
Question: If you don't understand science how can you understand nutrition and exercise? I'm not saying that you have to be a scientist in order to write about and understand these subjects. However, if you cannot understand the science behind them, how are you going to explain concepts/principles/theories in an easy to understand format, to your readers?
Not trying to throw you under the bus, but I had the same question as Hollie T. How can you explain the body/nutritional/dietary processes if you do not/have difficulty understanding science?
I understand science just enough to explain it. Also I've lived a healthy lifestyle long enough to find out what works and what doesn't. Pretty much through trail and error. It's like a musician who taught themselves how to play music even tho they can't read music. Does that make sense
Of course not everyone thinks like a scientist--that's why religion has yet to shrivel up and die like the cancer it is.
by WaffleCheese 9 years ago
I just posted a hub arguing that science is not trumping God, but science is finding out God's intricacies. If God invented Science, doesn't that make him the Ultimate Scientist?Science is truth, and God is truth. With our scientific advances are we not just proving what God already knew?Truth,...
by Rakim Cheeks 3 years ago
Does Science explain all things about life? Or Do religion explain things about life?
by John Harper 6 years ago
OK, I look forward to the secular members dealing with this one!http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … ience.html"Dr Alexander describes his paradigm shift from focusing solely on the scientific make up of the brain to considering the spiritual realm of the mind, in a deeply...
by Sriparna 6 years ago
Using metaphors while teaching science, is it good or bad?I teach Science and I use a lot of metaphors while teaching, to explain difficult concepts. For example in "atoms share electrons in covalent bonding", I say how two friends can bond by sharing food or stationery etc. and many...
by Gener Geminiano 9 years ago
For me its Isaac Newton, the father of Physics is considered the best scientist ever by many. He formulated the 3 Newton's Laws of Motion and Newton's Law of Gravitation to name a few.
by Jason Menayan 9 years ago
This is about religions (obviously not all of them, but most of the evangelical sorts, apparently) that insist that faith supersedes science, and "worship" of science is somehow something the faithful should avoid.I think this is ignorance of what science is.Francis Collins has said that...
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