Suit Up, Go Digging For Buried Treasure!

18 Jun

by Phillip Tomlinson

If you knew for sure you’d find buried treasure if you went looking wouldn’t you jump at the opportunity?  I’d wager that you would.  Who wouldn’t?  Especially if we are talking about the kind of treasure that makes all the difference.

While it may not be the kind you anticipate, believe me, in this instance, it makes a whole lotta difference.  The kind of difference that could spell satisfaction and put a big smile on your face.

Satisfaction?

Sure.  The kind you might consider medicine for the soul — a la Marvin Gaye who seemed to be at a place where we’d all like to be when he cooed, “Sexual Healing is good for me.  Makes me feel so fine.  It’s such a rush, helps to relieve my mind.”

Clarification?

First, lets start with the alarming statistic which has it that one-third of US adults are obese.   And what does all this have to do with buried treasure, you may be wondering?

A lot, it turns out.  To borrow from a recent headline in a national newspaper, “Obesity Can Sink Your Sex Life.”  Well, unless you’re up to the task of uncovering buried treasure, assuming you are carrying some extra poundage.

To be specific, it’s that poundage with which medical journal BMJ is concerned, informing that, in one study, fat men reported  a higher rate of erectile dysfunction. 

And, if the men were looking elsewhere or too hesitant to find company, it showed:  The same study also found that obese women were 30 percent less likely than normal women to have had a sexual partner in the last year.

The solution?

Start digging for buried treasure.  Now!  Start looking for that six-pack that has been buried for so long.  Ladies, that 30 percent figure would become a distant memory.  And Boys,  listen up:  It’s a great barometer for how well you pull that — ahem — ship into dock.  You see, really stirring the waters has a whole lot to do with core health.

Guys, ignore this and your ship could be limping into berth where you’ll be joining the ranks of the estimated 30 million American men who experience some form of erectile dysfunction.  No kidding! 

Here’s the skinny:  On the average, the length of little Johnnie is about three inches when he’s not preoccupied.  The fatter you are, the less of little Johnnie you’ll see, meaning Little Johnnie will, for the most part, be buried somewhere under there by fat from your abdomen.

And to add insult to injury, your plumbing could totally stop you dead before you even hit the open seas.  That’s because, chances are if your core muscles have really dug in, you may already be suffering clogged arteries and, by extension, poor circulation.

Enough said because, needless to say, Little Johnnie will be on indefinite leave and it’ll be no fun listening to Mick Jagger belting out “I can’t get no satisfaction.”

So, either start hunting for those jewels now or take the kind of precautionary measures that’ll keep you and your partner smiling when all hands are capably on deck.

For an effective way to go digging for buried treasure, check out earlier suggestions for diet as well as exercise in the following BodinSync  prescription:

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BODINSYNC PRESCRIPTION

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Review these links:

http://www.menshealth.com/men/nutrition/food-for-fitness/build-muscle/article/9049402df3f85110vgnvcm10000013281eac/3

http://exercise.about.com/library/blnewmoves.htm  

NOTE:  For information on how to try a free BodinSync Power Workout send your E-mail to nattydregs@aol.com

 

 

 

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2 Responses to “Suit Up, Go Digging For Buried Treasure!”

  1. tina June 21, 2010 at 2:01 pm #

    very funny article. i fall into the 30%. after reading this i definitely have to start working out.

    • Phillip Tomlinson June 21, 2010 at 2:31 pm #

      If it inspires you, I am happy. All this is not meant to point a finger, but to help as much as I can. Cheers!

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