Not a day passes without me reading another over-dramatized “weight loss is so hard” story. Do these people spread confusion on purpose?
I don’t think so — they merely don’t know the real deal, that’s all!
Far too many “non-experts” write about weight loss, health, and fitness, while only overcomplicating the issue.
Health and weight loss are 2 of the most frequently Googled words. There’s a reason for that. People struggle with their health and weight!
That’s a big shame because it doesn’t have to be that way.
Keeping things simple and following basic logic usually leads to a positive result.
That’s my experience in life.
The more you overthink and overcomplicate matters, the harder they are to solve.
Approach your health with simplicity — weight loss, physical and mental strength will follow
I changed my life and transformed my health within 3 months in the spring of 2016.
At 5.8 feet, I weighed in at 212 lbs. — 60 lbs. above my ideal weight. Not just that.
I was sick as a dog, on 10 medications, and a depressed mess.
The 3 steps I’ve followed for over 7 years now turned my life around. I lost the excess weight, ditched all meds, and fully regained control of my health and life!
Here’s how you can do it, too — the simple way!
1 — Eat Real Food
There’s only 1 way — the “Proper Diet” consisting of mostly meat, fish, seafood, and eggs.
Plus, my favorite super-powerful antioxidant-rich and anti-inflammatory foods and drinks.
All loaded with vitamins and minerals that propel your immune system and health to Mars!
I call my program Keto-CarnivorePlus.
I chose this title because my diet, primarily meat, and eggs, includes these superfoods vital for optimal health!
My daily superfoods/drinks are:
- Lemon or lime juice (in water)
- Dark Chocolate
- Hot Chili Peppers
- Red Wine
2 — Move Your Body
You can’t exercise off the fat. It just doesn’t work that way.
That’s another myth spread by the fitness industry to sell more gym memberships.
Sadly, it happens again, like Groundhog Day, every January 1st.
However, frequent healthy movement is vital to building and maintaining a robust cardiovascular system and heart health.
On the other hand, over-exercising causes excess cortisol release — your stress hormone — which often results in heart disease.
Exercise smart, not hard.
Do less, but do it right. That’s my motto and the way to go.
My weekly routine is simple and not time-consuming:
- Walk 3 times a day for 30 to 45 minutes each
- Strength train 3 times a week, for 20 to 30 minutes each, using your body as your gym with classic bodyweight exercises
- Sprint train once a week by sprinting in a pool, up steps, or a hill — that’s a 15-minute workout
I spend at most 2 hours per week on my fitness training.
The walking time is not a workout — it’s my pleasure and creative time, which boosts my mind and happiness!
3 — Move Your Mind
Mind training or mind workouts are hugely underrated yet vital to inner peace and your body, mind, and soul!
Many say they can’t spend time on meditation, sitting still, or breathing work — it stresses them out.
I say that’s not true — change your mindset, and you can do this too!
If you think that way, you’re overcomplicating the practice and process.
Mind training is simple — 10 minutes a day does the trick.
Give it a try. Sit still, breathe deeply, and train your mind to think about nothing.
You will soon experience inner calm and a much clearer mind, which boosts your productivity and happiness.
That’s my 3-step program that I’ve followed for almost 8 years without a day’s break.
It’s not hard to do because I keep it simple and not at all time-consuming.
If you follow this plan, I assure you that you will succeed, achieve your weight loss goals, and become much healthier and happier.
It may take you 3 months, or it may take 6 months, or a little longer. But that’s not the point — doing it is.
Commit, apply willpower and determination, and make this your new lifestyle. Then you will win!