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MAKING A LIFESTYLE CHANGE……DIET,EXERCISE & HEALTHY LIVING

MAKING A LIFESTYLE CHANGE……DIET,EXERCISE & HEALTHY LIVING



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17 Comments

  1. Ruben

    Agree. I have a friend that is always on some sort of weight-loss pill and she always loses like 10lb and regains them not long after. Another person I know goes all the time to the gym but her eating habits are horrible and she NEVER loses a pound! She always works out harder but no result. There is no shortcut in anything in life, be it fitness, a career or a relationship. If you don't put in 100% it's not gonna work. If you're not willing to change your lifestyle you don't want it bad enough.

  2. seand67

    I agree and they think a magic pill can help them. Once I've accepted that physical improvement doesn't happen overnight, I was good. We didn't get fat overnight, so it only makes sense that some work is gonna be needed for results.

  3. ON THE RADAR

    Thanks, Its funny because people´╗┐ see that i have lost weight and they ask all of these questions because they want to do the same but when i tell them the changes i have made they start looking at me crazy like they cant even imagine making real changes to they way that they live. Its sad that people are willing to stay stuck in their ways even though they know its bad for them in the long run.

  4. ON THE RADAR

    Dont just take my word (even though it works for me lol) Look it up for yourself. Everyone is different and things dont happen over night but you can usually see small positive results in a week or two.and that will give you the motivation to keep it going.

  5. ON THE RADAR

    I use a lot of veggies and fruit,Lots of green stuff. check out my vid on the nutribullet for more info. For protein i use whey protein powder as well as creatine before and after workouts.Also, chicken breast, eggs and peanut butter.Whole grain past and baked sweet potato for carbs. I keep it simple. After workouts i try to eat an least an hour after. Eating a hour or two creates an after burn affect where your body is recovering from the workout and burning more fat.

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