Michael Phelps and his decisions in life. Do you agree with them?
Posted Feb 10 2009 10:00am
Today I want to talk a little about Michael Phelps.
Not because of what he has been in the news for lately.
There could be plenty of discussion on that topic and your opinion of his actions.
Today I want to focus on his comittment and ability to take action.
He decided at a young age that he was going to focus on swimming and doing the best he can at it.
This meant hours in the pool, dedication to his training, his nutrition and everything that it takes to be a great swimmer.
So what does this have to do with fat loss?
It has everything to do with fat loss.
If you want to accomplish a goal you need to dedicate the time and effort it takes to reach that goal. You can’t put in 50% effort. You have to put in 100% effort.
Nothing less will do.
You can’t expect to succeed at something if you only give it half of your energy or effort.
Remember this when it comes to losing weight and getting your body back.
Ask yourself if you truly want your body back.
Do you want to look thin again?
Do you want lean muscle?
Do you want to burn maximum calories 24 hours a day?
If so then get started right now with the healthy weight loss diets program and give it 100% effort. Not only does it cover all the nutrition techniques to burn maximum fat it also includes a training program that will have your metabolism elevated 24 hours a day which means more overall calories burned. Learn the secrets to elevating your metabolism for maximum fat loss. Most importantly you have a Registered Dietitian to help you every step of the way.
Jayson Hunter RD, CSCS America’s Trusted Weight Loss Expert
PS: This is what happens when you commit to your fat loss goals and follow a Lose Weight Fast program.
"I hit the 100 pounds loss mark this morning, weighing in at 235. That’s 100 pounds lost since I started with you on September 28th, 2008. WOW - that’s all I hear, people that haven’t seen me in a while are just amazed and even those I see here and there can’t believe it."
Next doctor check-in Feb. 27th. goal is to be 225 or less, I plan on leaving the remainder of my diabetes medicines with my doctor during this checkup."