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There’s really only one way to achieve more…
You have made it to this point in your life because of what you have believed to be true and felt deserving of.
When it comes to having the healthiest and fittest body you can achieve, many of us fall short, but few of us know the reason why.
Sure, most people know that if you worked on your eating and started exercising you would most likely lose weight, feel more energetic, and overall be much healthier.
What I’ve found is that people know what the benefits are to losing weight, eating better, and being more active, but they just don’t know how to get there.
This brings me back to my first point of how there really is only one way to achieve more…
Let’s stick with creating a better body for this example.
You could say that you just need to eat less and exercise more to get in better shape… which is true, but I’ve never heard a sentence with less meaning than that one.
What does eat less and exercise more really mean?
Do you just cut out alcohol, or eat more salad, or do you cut your calories in half. And what about exercise? Do you just hit the gym and “do stuff” for an hour?
By making it a point to learn something new everyday you will grow your knowledge base and will be able to make more sound decisions.
For example, here’s one tip that may just add to your potential of developing a fitter physique: Did you know that for every 100 calories of protein you eat approximately 30 of those calories are burned ... Continue
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