Nutrition

The “Fit in 20” Philosophy: “Eat for a healthy weight, Exercise for health”

warmupThis thinking goes against the grain. The fitness industry would have you believe that exercise is crucial to weight loss; and it is…but not in the way you might think.

Consider this data. Dr. John Berardi, PhD, recently worked on a study at the University of Texas to answer the question “Does exercise alone work as a method of weight loss?” The study included 100 sedentary participants, half whom were asked to start exercising 5 ½ to 6 hours per week for 12 weeks, and half who were asked to continue to do nothing.

Both groups were encouraged to NOT change their eating habits.

The exercise group lost a lot more weight than the group that didn’t exercise, right? WRONG. Both groups began the study with about 35% to 40% bodyfat. The exercise group lost a total of only 1% bodyfat, and gained 2 lbs of muscle, versus the placebo. Statistically these results are insignificant.
The point? If you don’t change what you eat, well, then, nothing changes. Period.

Now that’s a scary thing for many of you because, if you’re like me, the problem is that WE DON’T SEEM TO BE ABLE TO CHANGE WHAT WE EAT FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME! What we need is a coach to show us how to remain consistent in changing what we eat. That’s where Fit in 20 comes in.

Mike has created a program that is GUARANTEED TO WORK, IF YOU FOLLOW THE SUGGESTIONS IN IT. He’s so confident about that statement that if, after 90 days, you find that you’re not getting any results, he’ll gladly refund you your money. The only caveat is that you must follow the program exactly as written.

You can meet with Mike face-to-face to work through the program, or you can take it as a self-study course. You can sample it here : the “Introduction” and one exercise routine is free for yours to trial!

But what about those of you who HAVE changed what you eat. You’re doing it all right. You’re playing by the rules. You’re exercising and eating 100% clean, but the weight isn’t coming off. What can you do? Mike can take you through an in-depth analysis of your metabolism, and the things that might be slowing it down. Once the problem(s) is(are) identified, you and he can then put together a plan of action that will get you to your goal weight!

Mike has had plenty of success in helping people lose weight permanently, and he can help you with it too. You can reach him at 647-677-6025, or at fitin20@yahoo.com. Come in for a free consultation and learn for yourself how he can help you!

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