Mark Cannon
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Michael Duncan replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"You should also work on eating foods that won't spike you insulin, and create a tolerance. Insulin is the hormone that controls your fat storage, a constant flux of insulin cause by foods like, sugar, grains, and legumes will create a tolerance…"
May 20, 2010
Paul Corvid replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"Just turned 45 and my gut is nearly gone, I am ecstatic! Low-carb, cycling, isometrics and improvised weights. I am reading up on more advanced stuff. Once I started getting real results motivation was no problem."
May 13, 2010
Pete Noy replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"Mark - I'm right there with you (49). It definitely seems to be harder as we age since our metabolism tends to slow down. Basically food that we ate just 10 years ago is heading to our fat stores now since we are burning less calories during…"
Apr 2, 2010
Mark Huband replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"Hey Mark, I agree with a lot of the points people have made in reply. I would also like to add that if you are holding a lot of fat around your stomach and lower back the problem may be hormonal. The two main hormones im talking about are cortisol…"
Apr 2, 2010
John M replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"Mark, I had great success doing the P90X DVD routine for losing bodyfat. At a conservative estimate, I dropped around 20lbs. I've been able to maintain that with a powerlifting routine which emphasizes compound exercises (many muscle groups…"
Mar 2, 2010
Ed Reynolds replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"I have seen Brad's philosophy on TurbulanceTraining.com. The first time I tried it, I felt physically sick and shied away from it. But on the second time, did not feel as bad and am thinking about giving it another go. I don't think I can…"
Mar 1, 2010
Sean O Donovan replied to Mark Cannon's discussion Loosing the Middle-age gut. in the group Exercise
"Check out 'Eat Stop Eat' by Brad Pilon, Book about fasting... These days I fast once a week just to keep healthy and it feels great! If you have doubts, read the book, its worth it if you ask me"
Feb 27, 2010
asa c mcguire left a comment for Mark Cannon
"Happy Birthday! Hope it is a great one Mark"
Dec 19, 2009
Michael J. Austin left a comment for Mark Cannon
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!"
Dec 19, 2009
Mark Cannon joined Yankee Cowboy Bob's group
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Have You Heard This One?

You know you want to tell it! Come on, give. Just watch that we don't get too off-color or free with the profanity, OK? Oh, and if you do graphics, you might want to keep the file size down and have mercy on people with slower connections.
Oct 29, 2009
Félix Rainhier left a comment for Mark Cannon
"Thanks Marks, the site is amazing, regards"
Sep 28, 2009
Mark Cannon and Félix Rainhier are now friends
Sep 28, 2009
Mark Cannon replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion What other books are you reading along with the Bible? in the group Christian Men
"I don't know Jamie. That sounds like a really fascinating spy novel. I may check that out."
Sep 25, 2009
Mark Cannon replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion What other books are you reading along with the Bible? in the group Christian Men
"I'm reading "The Church Still Works" by Dr. Paul Chappell and Pastor Clayton Reed. It's about church planting and building in America. I'm also working on Dr. Chappell's book; "The Spiritual Leader.""
Sep 25, 2009
The Plainsman and Mark Cannon are now friends
Sep 21, 2009
Mark Cannon replied to Jamie Q's discussion What is "Truth"? in the group Christian Men
"Joh 17:17* Sanctify them through thy truth: thy Word is truth. 1Th 2:13* For this cause also thank we God without ceasing, because, when ye received the Word of God which ye heard of us, ye received it not as the word of men, but as it is in truth,…"
Sep 14, 2009

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Website
http://qc4Christ.com
Interests
Hunting, Fishing, reading and time with my wife and family.
I am the Pastor of All Seasons Baptist Church in Bettendorf, Iowa
Books
The Bible, "The Spiritual Leader" by Dr. Paul Chappell
Movies
Old Westerns and movies about WW II
Music
Gospel, Classical, Blue Grass
Quote
"Do right and endure the consequences."
Sam Houston

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At 10:49am on December 19, 2009, asa c mcguire said…
Happy Birthday! Hope it is a great one Mark
At 8:36am on December 19, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!
At 2:05pm on September 28, 2009, Félix Rainhier said…
Thanks Marks, the site is amazing, regards
At 4:19am on August 31, 2009, Shaun Daws said…
Welcome to AoM Mark!
At 10:10am on August 30, 2009, thehuhman said…
Welcome to the AoM Community, Mark. We're glad you're here!
 
 
 

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John Muir added a discussion to the group The Great Debate
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A Time To Kill

     For some reason - perhaps it's just the years stacking up on me - when I look at world news lately as presented online and on television I have a hard time understanding the motives behind a good chunk of the killing and dieing going on, and more troubling to me is the cheering from the sidelines.    In Syria, a revolution started when police tortured and killed children just because they'd spray-painted some words on a wall. When a father went to the police to ask about his son, the…See More
56 minutes ago
Dom replied to Matthew Perry's discussion Where to start a collection? in the group Fountain Pens
"Other brands: Pelikan and Faber-Castell (German), and Cross"
1 hour ago
Native Son replied to Harry Mcgrath's discussion Finding a Taylor
"Not only does virtually every dry cleaner in my area do some tailoring, but last time I looked, mens wear stores, I'm thinking of Mens Wearhouse for one, have tailors on staff to alter clothing, especially pants to fit.   Oh, and please…"
4 hours ago
Native Son replied to Daniel's discussion Decorating my apartment medieval style?
"OK, I had a few snarky comments, but seriously, for your furniture you're going to want the crude, California Mission style stuff from back in the 1920s at the latest.  And it would tend to be stained very dark, almost black to look…"
5 hours ago
Native Son replied to Native Son's discussion Ukraine. in the group The Great Debate
"Apparently the routing was simply because it was a shorter distance, and therefore less expensive to fly.  I've seen reporting that the FAA prohibited that particular airway to US airlines back in April, on a "just in case" basis."
5 hours ago
Daniel Rodriguez replied to Daniel's discussion Decorating my apartment medieval style?
"Nothing wrong there, but yes, antique shops. Chests instead of Metal Footlockers, wooden tables out of planks than metal and glass, the like. Browns and reds come into mind as the primary colours. "
8 hours ago
Daniel Rodriguez replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
"For the sake of history, it's a footnote. Nothing special. The Current Europeans took Europe from the Indo Europeans who took it from the Nearanderthals. Europid peoples spread from North Africa to Siberia and now during the Ice Age populated…"
8 hours ago
Michael J. K. replied to Jon's discussion Friendships in the group Male Survivors
"Finding good male friends is not easy.   I have a few and they are like gold."
8 hours ago

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