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perrymk

I just received a notice that Dr Darden has a new book available for pre-order but haven?t seen any chatter on this board. Is the notice legit? Did I miss the conversation?

Title from Amazon:
Men's Health Killing Fat: Use the Science of Thermodynamics to Blast Belly Bloat, Destroy Flab, and Stoke Your Metabolism

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Ellington Darden

perrymk wrote:
I just received a notice that Dr Darden has a new book available for pre-order but haven?t seen any chatter on this board. Is the notice legit? Did I miss the conversation?

Title from Amazon:
Men's Health Killing Fat: Use the Science of Thermodynamics to Blast Belly Bloat, Destroy Flab, and Stoke Your Metabolism



The book you mentioned will be officially published on January 22, 2019. I'm preparing a lot of information about it for this website and it will be posted during the middle of December.

Ellington

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perrymk

Thank you Dr Darden. I?ll put in my pre-order.
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cokerat

Is this book different than the one about negative training that you had mentioned a few months back ?
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Ellington Darden

cokerat wrote:
Is this book different than the one about negative training that you had mentioned a few months back ?


I have a bodybuilding proposal called "Backloading" that I've been trying to sell for two years. The various publishers seem to be waiting to see how Killing Fat does. Killing Fat's exercise plan is based on the backloading concept, so there is some similarity between the two.

Ellington
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Lioncourt

Ellington Darden wrote:
I have a bodybuilding proposal called "Backloading" that I've been trying to sell for two years. The various publishers seem to be waiting to see how Killing Fat does. Killing Fat's exercise plan is based on the backloading concept, so there is some similarity between the two.

Ellington


I don't mean to question your business. But have you ever investigated self, digital publishing through Amazon for Kindle? It seems to be the way a lot of fitness authors are going these days. Minimal upfront cost and a majority of the book revenue goes straight to the author with no publishing house involved.

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Ellington Darden

Lioncourt wrote:
Ellington Darden wrote:
I have a bodybuilding proposal called "Backloading" that I've been trying to sell for two years. The various publishers seem to be waiting to see how Killing Fat does. Killing Fat's exercise plan is based on the backloading concept, so there is some similarity between the two.

Ellington


I don't mean to question your business. But have you ever investigated self, digital publishing through Amazon for Kindle? It seems to be the way a lot of fitness authors are going these days. Minimal upfront cost and a majority of the book revenue goes straight to the author with no publishing house involved.



Yes, I've investigated self publishing and tried a book or two this way. I much prefer the old-fashioned way of publishing, which is usually through New York.

Ellington

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hit4me

Florida, USA

Dr. Darden,

after review of your previous books, you have indicated to walk for 30 minutes after dinner.....is there any reason why you limit the walks to 30 minutes and do not recommend walking for a longer time?

thx, dan
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Ellington Darden

hit4me wrote:
Dr. Darden,

after review of your previous books, you have indicated to walk for 30 minutes after dinner.....is there any reason why you limit the walks to 30 minutes and do not recommend walking for a longer time?

thx, dan


The original research on this concept showed that 30 minutes of walking, immediately after your evening meal, was the best amount. The idea was to cause a conflict in the digestion process and once a day was optimum. A longer walk, or more frequent walking, did not help.

Ellington

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cokerat

Dr D

That?s probably the only thing I don?t agree with in regards to your recommendations. The hardest thing our bodies do on a regular basis is to digest food. It takes a tremendous amount of resources. It?s the reason that our first instinct,after a meal, is to lie down. The same with every other animal. It?s uncomfortable to go for a long walk with a stomach full of food. If I wait 30-60 mins, I feel a lot better
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ATP 4 Vitality

Ellington Darden wrote:
hit4me wrote:
Dr. Darden,

after review of your previous books, you have indicated to walk for 30 minutes after dinner.....is there any reason why you limit the walks to 30 minutes and do not recommend walking for a longer time?

thx, dan

The original research on this concept showed that 30 minutes of walking, immediately after your evening meal, was the best amount. The idea was to cause a conflict in the digestion process and once a day was optimum. A longer walk, or more frequent walking, did not help.

Ellington



https://www.medicaldaily.com/...od-sugar-401487
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HeavyHitter32

Once in a while I do take a walk after dinner (even at a mall or large store) and it just seems to aid my digestion in some way.
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