About Coffee Enemas
When I worked as a personal trainer, I often (like ALL the time) saw people try to start at the top… trying to run a marathon without building a solid base, like ground level fitness, core strength, working on their posture and gait patterns (the list goes on) and so they would get injured, hit plateaus they couldn’t budge and ultimately give up. I saw the same thing when it came to diet… people beginning with fasting or intermittent fasting to start a health kick or lose weight but still eating crappy foods and not exercising… it made no sense and at the end of the day, it doesn’t work.
When I first started doing enemas, I had heard about coffee enemas and because I trusted the health gurus promoting them that’s where I started but I quickly discovered that was a mistake because they did more harm than they did good. I’m not saying coffee enemas are bad, just like running a marathon or fasting are not ‘bad’ but they are not a starting point and today’s video explains what you need to know (and do) before doing a coffee enema.
btw – I often do a coffee enemas, so I’m definitely not against them 😉