Take a look in the mirror. What do you see?

Over the coming months, I’m going to give you the information you need to make a positive change in your life. A change rooted in the dramatic improvement of your physique and well-being.

Take a look in the mirror. What do you see?

My guess? At best you see average. At worst, you see someone who is twenty-something pounds overweight. Pot-bellied, soft and sloppy.

You’ll say “That’s judgemental and shallow“. But it’s not.

You’ll say “How I look is not a reflection of who I am“. But it is.

You’ll say “I’ve got my priorities in order“, with work and family taking top slot. But you haven’t.

Millennials are sitting behind desks 8 – 14 hours a day. They don’t sleep well and they don’t eat well. Our bodies are continuously bombarded with all the wrong forms of stress and society pacifies and coddles us into thinking this is all normal.

It’s not.

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I see potential everywhere

I’m lucky enough to have a gym at work, but depending on my split, I still have to train closer to home at the weekends.

For me, that means hitting-up my local 24 Hour Fitness.

Living way in the burbs, east of San Francisco, clientele at the gym skews older; quite a bit older, in fact.

At peak times, you still see groups of jocks congregating around the benching station, but by and large, the majority of the men and women are in their thirties, forties and fifties.

And you know what, a lot of them are pretty darn jacked!

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This is how change happens

There’s an old adage that says you are what you eat, and in spite of the great many diet fads that come along each year, this simple advice has largely withstood the test of time. Of course, you are free to interpret this simple statement however you like, but for me it boils down to this: all things being equal, your quality of dietary health is largely the sum of what you let pass your lips.

Increasingly of late, I’ve discovered the same is true in other areas of our lives too, such as the friends we surround ourselves with or the people from whom we are taking our advice.

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