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66 Unconventional Ways for Exceptional Fat Loss, Fitness and Health

66 Unconventional Ways for Exceptional Fat Loss, Fitness and Health

66 unconventional ways for exceptional fat loss, fitness and health

 

Search the Internet for how to lose fat and you are bound to get about million hits with everything from how to time your macros to which way to hold a fork when eating an egg.

Some of the points in this post are more philosophical and some are more practical. I first wrote hundred points but came to conclusion that the last thing we need is another post on the best protein sources and whether boiled potato has better nutritional value than a grilled sweet potato.

My reason for this post is to help you to build your own principles and rules to follow. From now on I want you to be indifferent and ignore the latest and craziest fitness trends that come and go. Learn to sit on your principles and watch the fools do the running.  Find what’s right for youLet’s begin.

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What Are You Prepared to Give Up?

What Are You Prepared to Give Up?

What Are You Prepared to Give Up-

I know you love goal setting; everyone does. You’ve got grand goals you want to reach, peaks to climb, distances to run, weights to lift, money to make and names to take. Everyone loves the thought of reaching goals, and you are no different. But how much thought have you put into how hard you will have to work for this goal? What things will you have to give up in order to reach it? How much hardship will you have to go through?

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Align Your Goals with Your Values

Align Your Goals with Your Values

It’s crucial to base your fitness goals in the values that mean something to you. Finding your “why” is important when setting up goals but it is as important (if not more importarter – I can say that, it’s my blog) to discover or revisit your values before just putting empty words on a piece of paper.

When you base your goals on what the society, your family, your friends, co-workers or SpongeBob (imagine walking around wearing square pants because he said so) considers to be right  but ignore what you really believe in, you will end up pushing water uphill. You will feel like you are failing at everything because you are trying to get somewhere where you really don’t want to get to.

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