Keep It Simple

Keep It Simple

When we complicate things it does nothing but stress us out, turn us into jerks and make us feel less than.

Agree?

When it comes to our overall health, there are a handful of things you can be doing that are going to be big dial movers in your life. But, because we want to complicate things, these are going to seem so ridiculously simple, that they can’t possibly work for a person to lose fat, or to push towards better overall health. I know. That’s just the way people work.

How many times have you looked at a workout on paper and thought, that seems way too easy, so you go searching for one that looks hard as hell. We think if something is harder that it has to be better. That’s just not true.

This post will be short and sweet and, well, simple.

Try these things for 30 days and come back and tell me what you noticed. I’m serious. I want to know. Just start. Now.

Most people won’t do them because they think it won’t be hard enough. They think they won’t get results at all.

When we simplify things beautiful things start to happen. You have to crawl before you can run. Simple works. Once you do simple and start at the beginning instead of page 365, you might be surprised at how much progress you make. I implore you to try it. Please, I promise you will make progress.

Here are the things I want you to try. Remember, stick to it consistently for 30 days and then come back and tell me all about it.

  1. Calorie deficit (fat loss)
  2. Eat protein at every meal.
  3. Strength train 3x per week. Strength training is longevity training.
  4. Walk every day – this does not have to be 10,000 steps. Find your challenging number. Outside is a great place to walk.
  5. Drink enough water (light yellow pee)
  6. Get enough sleep.
  7. Be positive
  8. Be consistent and have some patience. Fat loss takes time.
  9. Don’t Quit

 



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