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Why Your "Diet" Never Works

Do I have your attention with that title? Good.

I wanted to bring up this topic because 2019 is right around the corner & everyone is starting to think about their resolutions for the new year. I think having goals is great, but I also think they need to be sustainable & realistic..

There's a reason why you gain back all the weight from the "diet" you went on for a couple weeks.

It's because you didn't change the lifestyle factor's that created the unhealthy state in the first place.

I want to share with you a passage I just read from a book called "Rich20Something" by Daniel Dipiazza..

"How often do you let yourself die in the ground? How often do you get frustrated when something that you want isn't happening immediately, or at the pace you'd like it to happen?

When we get discouraged and we don't see the results we want, easy to give up. Just like the unwatered bamboo, our ambitions can die in the ground before they ever have a chance to sprout.

You might think to yourself, 'Whats the difference? I wasn't making progress anyway.' But you'd be wrong.

First of all, you need to redefine what qualifies as 'progress'. Progress isn't always linear, and sometimes taking an unconventional path to your end goal means you won't be able to see every step in the staircase. But you still have to keep moving.

And remember: Sometimes you have to work at something for a very long without any apparent progress before you get a break- at which point it will seem like you've succeed overnight. If you let any negative thoughts get you down, and you stop doing the day-to-day activities that are nurturing your goals, you'll never make it."

There's a few factors that come into play when your trying to lose weight or put on muscle.


Detox wraps, quick fixes & fad diets are not the answer.

Trust me, I get it.

Loosing weight is hard.

Putting on muscle is hard.

Getting healthy is hard.

& There are SO MANY people out there offering you a quick fix to your problem.. but they don't work and you know that.

The only way is through changing your daily habits to support a healthy & sustainable lifestyle... and the key to all of this is in your day-to-day activities.

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