Ahhh weight loss! It’s either your favourite subject or you’d like to avoid it like the plague.
I’ve been on the opposite sides of fitness. During my younger years, I was athletic and played basketball a lot (played in several little leagues), and I worked out in the gym often too (although I found myself quitting some 3 months or so after starting).
As I got older, losing weight got harder. My metabolism started slowing down, all of a sudden things that used to work before didn’t seem to help as much in shedding that excess fat.
Stress started piling up from work (and although I didn’t know it yet at that time, cortisol started creeping up in the hormones department).
Life happened as well. I shifted jobs a couple of times, moved from one country to another, got married and had a family, and at a time was unemployed for over a year.
There are lots of reasons to put our health aside and get back to it later so we can focus on our other priorities. Anyway we can always get back to being healthy when we have more time right? WRONG.
We will never have more time, what we will always have is more excuses not to prioritise our health. The only time we will take our health seriously is when the pain of being unhealthy is much more than the pain of discipline and sacrifice to get into shape.
If you already made the decision to be healthy for yourself and for your loved ones, there are plenty of options out there waiting to help you get into the best shape you’ve had in years.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or experienced and elite, there are lots of quality programs that can help you achieve your goals. You just need to know where to look.
Don’t like going to the gym? Perfectly fine! You can always workout at home or do your favourite sport, or better yet, learn a new one!
Don’t know what and how to eat healthy? There are lots of free information available on Youtube that will teach you what and what not to eat, again you just need to know where to look.
Most of the content you will find in this page are based on the things I learned from professional trainers and if it worked for me and for a few thousand people then I have no doubt it can work for you too. And I hope to bring their expertise right to you.
I want you to do yourself a favour and do this…
Ask yourself what you really want? How do you want to feel? How do you want to look like? What do you really want to achieve by being healthy? Remember that you are in charge of your decisions and therefore in charge of how you shape your life.
Are you ready?