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    Losing Weight Is Hard-Don’t Make It Harder

    Losing Weight Is Hard-Don’t Make It Harder.
    Too many times I’ve met with people with a burning desire to change their life…but go about it in all of the wrong ways.
    They’re either trying some fad diet, wearing some constricting undergarment all day, or killing themselves 6 to 7 days a week with workouts.
    With all of this, they’re adding to the stress they already -have dealing with work, family and other things.
    It doesn’t have to be that hard.
    Here are a few things to remember when trying to drop a few pounds:
    1. Near-death workouts aren’t necessary. If you dread your workouts, it’s probably not for you…and it doesn’t have to be that way. 30 to 45 minutes of resistance training should lead to muscle fatigue and some sweating and feeling of accomplishment.
    2. You don’t have to workout out everyday. 3 to 4 days a week is all you need. But make the workouts meaningful. That means, pick up some weights and get away from the treadmill or elliptical.
    3. Spend more time on your nutrition. Have a plan and KEEP IT SIMPLE! Meat, veggies and good fats is all you need. Check out my Balanced Meal Formula Download to see the list I provide to all of my new members.
    4. Got to bed. Your body’s best chance at recovery occurs during sleep. I promise you…you’re not missing much with late-night television or Facebook. It’ll be there tomorrow.
    5. Find a trainer that makes fitness fun. I’m great at what I do and I’ve worked hard to get to a point where I can run and manage my own facility. The main reason my clients come to me, pay me more than what most trainers charge and tell their friends…is I make the experience FUN. On top of that, the workouts never repeat.

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