UsFitties is different to other fitness news, reviews and advice websites…
UsFitties is an entirely philanthropic venture. Privately funded so that none of the money we make is used for administration, web hosting or other expenses, every ounce of revenue we generate from advertising and sales commissions is given to good causes.
Make-A-Wish exists to grant magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.
For many families a wish granted by Make-A-Wish can be the last happy memory they have of their child having fun in a magical world, surrounded by family and friends – rather than memories of days and weeks of painful treatments and hospitalisation.
The charity’s wishes are truly magical. Whether to be a princess or a policeman for a day, own the latest computer equipment, meet a favourite celebrity or just enjoy some special time away from home with their family, a wish come true brings so much to a child’s life and provides memories that last a lifetime.
Your donations can help make this possible. For further information, please visit www.make-a-wish.org.uk
UsFitties was born from the personal experiences of its founder. After 20+ years of excuses (“not enough time to go to the gym”, “too busy to workout”, “healthy eating costs too much”), he decided enough was enough and spent a year getting fit and trim while holding down a time-consuming job in marketing.
In talking to a network of like-minded social media marketing people – an online tribe called UsGuys – it was clear that there was a gap in the marketing for a website that gave up-to-date fitness news and down-to-earth, tested advice that anyone can follow, and that takes only minutes a day.
After losing over 60 lbs in fat and adding several pounds of lean muscle (going from 32% body fat to 15.5% body fat in ten months) using methods set our by Tim Ferriss in his book The Four-Hour Body, and inspired by hundreds of fitness articles, reports and research, our founder has decided it is time to share what he and other key fitness community experts know so you can benefit from their advice.
Neither Stewart Rogers, any of the featured writers nor anyone associated with UsFitties will be responsible or liable for any injury sustained or adverse effects felt while exercising at your home, gym or elsewhere or from following any nutritional advice given. In short; don’t be stupid. Always consult a doctor before starting any exercise program and/or making changes in your diet.