Here Are The 3 Strategies You Can Use To Start Feeling Amazing Again!

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Video Summary

Strategy #1 - Make "A Committed" Decision

​Nothing will change until you make a decision. A committed decision. You won’t be able to accomplish anything you want unless you do.Making decisions is uncomfortable. You’ll likely have to make some changes in your daily life. You’ll probably get some resistance from others. You may have to adjust your schedule a little bit.

Why do you want to do this?  What’s your desire?

For me, it was to get rid of the belly fat that I’d put on, reduce my stress and reduce my blood pressure readings which concerned me.

Despite your results in the past, believe you can do it. If you don’t, these strategies, nor any other will ever work for you.

Maybe you’ve been let down in the past. Maybe you’ve tried a diet or two in the past.

Well, I’m here to tell you that none of that matters. I’ve failed many times in my life and not just in the area of health and fitness.

You have to believe you can do this.

Strategy #2 - Move "A Little" More

That’s not a surprise.

The thing I want you to know if that you don’t have to kill yourself in the gym 5-­7 days per week working out for an hour or more at a time to achieve health and fitness success.

What you will need to do is build in time to exercise 3-­5 times per week consistently over a long period of time.

I know you’re busy so I’m not even asking you to work out for an hour or more per day.

30­-45 minutes per workout will be fine. I’ll even show you a way to never work out more than 30 minutes again soon.

The reason I say “move more” is because exercise comes in many variations. You may like jogging, running, biking, aerobics, spin classes, elliptical machines or some other form of exercise.

It really doesn’t matter. Sure some exercises burn more calories than others but the idea here is getting your body moving again.

What matters is that you are ​ burning more calories each week than you have been in the past​ that has led to your current situation.

For me, I sit at a desk all day in my job 8­-10 hours/day which means no calories being burned.

Combine that with the mistakes I was making with my nutrition and it’s no wonder I put on the weight.

I had become good at making excuses as to why I couldn’t find the time because I was busy with my company. When I committed to this new way of living, I made a decision to find time to get some exercise in around my busy schedule (even when I was on vacation).

Depending on your current schedule of activities, you’re going to have to figure out how to carve out the 30­-45 minutes as well to make sure you’re “moving a little more. I'll help you with you this you want.

Strategy #3 - Eat "A Little" Better

Most people I talk to hate diets. I’m no different. Diets don’t work in the long run because they are not based our normal daily lifestyles. The key to lasting change is improving our overall daily nutrition. Something I call eating a little better. Some people mistakenly think that they can start an exercise program and continue to eat whatever they want.

Let’s examine this for just a minute.

  • A 30 minute walk at a brisk pace of say 3.5­-4.0 miles per hour may burn about 150-­200 calories.
  • A 30 minute cardio session on an elliptical machine may burn about 250-­350 calories
  • A 30 minute HIIT (high intensity interval training ­ my favorite), may burn about 350-­600 calories

Please remember this:

YOU CAN’T OUTWORK A BAD EATING HABITS. PERIOD!

There’s no truth in saying, I’ll indulge now and work it off later at the gym. You’re fooling yourself.
Just because you’ve worked out, you can’t just turn around and go out and eat pizza, desserts, cookies, bagels, french fries, burgers and other foods like this.

Now, I’m not suggesting that you can’t eat any of these foods but you must keep them in moderation.

In my video, I shared with you that in fact, I did still eat some of these foods during my process of losing 3” both times.
Remember what we said. Most of us hate diets. And it’s not all about counting calories. It’s about eating a little better consistently over a period of time so you can get great results.

Strategy #4 Bonus:  Get Support

We all struggle to stay motivated at times. I’m not different than you. Heck, it took me 3 yrs, 20 pounds of fat and a bad medical report with high blood pressure before I was able to get motivated to jump start this process of losing the body fat.

Some people can motivate themselves, have tons of discipline and self control. Typically, this is about 5% of the population. The other 95% of us, need to be surrounded by others who are on the same path and can push us, help us stay accountable and celebrate our victories with us and be there for us during difficult stretches.

Where are you right now?

Are you motivated to jump start your journey?

Maybe you are. Maybe you’re not.

I’ve been a driven guy instincts my entire life. But one thing I learned at an early age is the power of having coaches speaking into my progress as an athlete, teachers speaking into my life during academia, leaders speaking into my career as a business person and multiple coaches/trainers speaking into my health and fitness journey.

When you decide to take this journey to take your health back, you may need a little help and support too.

In many cases, you’ll do better when you have someone or a group supporting you. I'm ready to be that for you.

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