My #fitsperiment Status Update (End of Week 1)

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measured me blog fitness and diet abs fat loss self-experiment using BodymediaMy #fitsperiment challenge update:

Current stats (end of week 1):

Body Fat = 12% (Target = 8%)

FlexiScore = 85 (Target = 100)

Days Left = 20

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One Response to My #fitsperiment Status Update (End of Week 1)

  1. Anna says:

    I have two responses. 1. Sample size isn’t evetyrhing. Sure, a study with n=1 isn’t scientific proof . Nor is any other study, in my experience. Scientific proof has always required many studies. New scientific ideas have very often started with n = 1 experiments or observations. Later, larger experiments or observations were done. Both the initial n=1 observation and the later n = many observations were necessary for the new idea to be discovered and confirmed.2. The history of biology teaches there are few exceptions to general rules. See any biology textbook. For example, a textbook might say lymphocytes fight germs . This means no serious exceptions have ever been found to that rule. So, as matter of biological history, the person who managed to figure out one particular lymphocyte does turned out to have figured out what they all do. Biology textbooks have thousands of statements like lymphocytes fight infection meaning that this sequence of events (you can generalize from one to all, or nearly all) has happened thousands of times. There is no shadow hidden history of biology that teaches otherwise.2.

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