If you are looking for some inspiration, look no further than below. I’m compiling a core group of diet testimonials you can read and dive into if you are looking to get inspired by people who were at a place you once were.
I invite you to look at our team. The page talks about how each and every one of us, through one form or another, got inspired to lose weight and be our best.
As we head into 2018, we all are trying to get better. Greg put together a massive transformation, as shown by his pic. He did it through mostly Crossfit and MMA training.
Related: how to train like an MMA fighter.
Martin did his through mostly Boxing. Boxing is one of the best ways to really shock your body. Not only can it shred your arms from all the punches thrown, but it’ll also lean up your core, which is the most obvious part of your body giving away your health. Either you are trim and strong, or you are flabby. There really isn’t any middle ground. I’m personally working to tighten up my stomach and make my core much stronger and flatter. It’ll come. I’ve been doing a lot of different workouts, from weight lighting, to specialized group classes. My favorites are Orange Theory Fitness and a new spinning concept called Cycle Bar. I love the group class, but they are so hit or miss on timing with me that I’m looking to buy a peloton bike soon.
There are many diet testimonials out there that can inspire you to lose weight and really get more active in life. Read the link above to find out which diet the people not related to our site used to accomplish insane results. The answer is right in front of your eyes, and it may shock you.
While I’m not a crazy success story, I’ve kept off 30 pounds for 2 years now. Many people ask me the below question:
What is the Secret to Keeping Off Weight Permanently?
For me, that answer is simple. Exercise and eating foods in their purest form. This means nothing processed, and many fruits and vegetables. I find myself snacking on fruit and even veggies (I prefer them with hummus) in lieu of potato chips. For me, it does two things.
- Cuts out sodium entirely.
- Adds nutritional value to my diet.
Apples provide fiber. Mangos, oranges, and pineapple provide nutrients like vitamin C.
The exercise, as I alluded to, is done through a mix of strength training and cardio. I’m looking to take these to entirely new levels in 2018.
I’m 39, I travel a ton, and am a single Dad. If I can do it, you can do it.
Quit making excuses, and get out there and make the choice to eat clean and train hard. You can come back and thank me later.
What do you think?