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The Realization That Changed My Life

Are you still waiting for the day that you’ll be #fit?

How many times have you told yourself that you’ll start #livinghealthy tomorrow? Or next week?

After you’ve had just one more pizza dinner and one more lazy day on the couch…

Then you’ll commit yourself to eating right and #exercising regularly, right?

It’s time to realize that this line of thinking is a sneaky little trap.

One that fools all of us at one point or another.

You see, when you put off healthy living to some designated day in the future, you’re putting the responsibility of #change on your future self. Tricky, since your future self doesn’t even exist yet.

Only you, in the present moment, are capable of making amazing change happen.

Being fit and lean is the result of thousands of #healthychoices – all made in the present moment.

So give your future (fictional) self a break and start making real, tangible progress towards your goal – right now, in this moment.

Begin right now by calling or emailing today to get started on an exercise program that will enhance your life and bring your goals from fantasy to reality.


When you are eating, pay attention.

Sounds simple, but how often do you snack in front of the T.V. or eat your dinner while in rush hour traffic?

Paying attention means eating when you are hungry and stopping when you are full. It means never eating just to eat, but rather because your body needs it.

Do this and you will quickly reach your ideal weight.


This oatmeal is packing a powerful ingredient – protein. Mix a scoop of your favorite protein powder into your oatmeal to transform it into a quick and healthy breakfast.

Servings: 1

½ cup whole grain oats 1 cup water dash of salt 1 scoop high-quality protein 1 tablespoon chopped macadamia nuts 1 tablespoon golden raisins


1. Mix the oats, water and salt together in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high for 2 to 4 minutes.

2. Stir in protein, top with nuts and raisins.

Nutrition One serving equals

325 calories

7g fat

41.7g carbohydrate

10.2g fiber

25.7g protein.

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