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SMALL GOALS ON GETTING HEALTHY

How do you go from unhealthy to healthy, or from ok health to super health?

If you don’t have the slightest idea, a great start would be asking yourself, what are your personal “health” goals?

That’s exactly where I and anyone else who’s looking for change in their health need to start.

 

Know Your Goal

Let’s look at the most common “health” goals I come across:

fat loss
improve strength
prevention of disease
better quality of life
advancing athletic performance
energy

Or

getting rid of all your BELLY FAT just to look good in your “birthday suit”.

So what will it take in order to fulfill any of the above?

Laser focus on the things which take precedence.

What to Eat

  1. Consciously eat nutrient-filled food
    • To improve gut absorption which leads to gut health
    • To improve your body’s composition and lessen the chances of disease
  2. Sufficient amounts of quality food to deliver your body its macro and micro nutrient requirements

Steps to take => BEFORE YOU EAT – THINK OF THIS?

What NOT to Eat

  1. Cut back on the body’s main fuel form – CARBS!
    • What are carbs?
    • Everything that TASTES good, but AREN’T the best choices for you.
  2. Don’t drink your calories – instead water, water, water.
  3. AVOID foods that harm you
  4. Likewise, NOT eating enough meals harm your objective.

When you skip meals or don’t eat enough meals the end result is an impedment in your metabolic goal.

Your Goal

Mind your business of SPEEDING your metabolism to BURN FAT, effectively. And that’s how you go from unhealthy to healthy, or from ok health to super health.

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STRUGGLES OF WORKING OUT

Are YOU at wits end struggling on making exercise a part of your lifestyle?

Contemplating on throwing in the white towel?

Do you feel overwhelmed with the vast armies of diet and exercise regimens?

Take a deep breath – then exhale.

Envision about where YOU would like to be, physically.

Think about how great YOU will feel when are there.

Is it worth fighting for?

I would like to believe YOUR overall health and fitness is worth fighting for. 

Here’s how:

Since 2010, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, claimed the tallest building in the world title.

It stands at an amazing 2,723 ft from the ground to the top of its antenna, and took construction approximately six years to complete.

Could you imagine, what would have happened if the chief architect assigned thought to himself this project is impossible?

We all know since this building does exist he didn’t say nor even think it.

And I bet the lint in my pocket I know his secret.

He set small goals.

Setting goals

Winning the “tallest building title” can only begin with the first brick.

By setting small goals, you can track you’re immediate progress. The benefits, will help you push toward YOUR larger goals.

Realize that with any goal, struggle presents its dastardly face; though an uncomfortable moment and unexpected fear, spearhead them dead on and take small steps to triumph.

Transparency

Share your goals with a trustworthy friend, family member, or coworker who has YOUR best interest. You need the strength of others, however, do NOT ask the help of someone in your position.

Seek counseling from individuals that deliver wise, positive seeds.

YOU are a tree of good fruit producing abundantly and bountifully.

This isn’t for you…

it’s for a person looking for healthy energy without:

  • Nervousness
  • Irritability
  • Insomnia
  • Rapid heart beat
  • Increased blood pressure

I can remember my first Mountain Dew. Can You? My taste buds jumped and danced for hours as I drank about three of them before a high school football game. I felt as though I had an infinite source of energy ripping and running through blockers and making one play after another. By the time I got to college, Mountain Dews were delegated my drink of choice on either long trips to New York or deep into the nights as a study companion. By this time, my body quenched for something more, ala ephedrine.

Ephedrine, though prescribed mostly for relief of shortness of breath and chest tightness, as an athlete provided me the capabilities of a continuous supply of Oxygen. I flew around the field constantly, however, did it make me a better player? Nope! I flat-out sucked. The combination of ingredients created an irritable and unfocused feeling. But what the heck, anything to get the edge right?

By 2000, I entered my senior year feeling great; armoured with an immense sense of confidence. I don’t have to boast or brag because the numbers at the end of that season proved it. What contributed to my success? I would like to point to a  product that ranked as America’s #1 alertness aid for over 25 years – VIVARIN! Recognized by the FDA, Vivarin® has only one active ingredient – caffeine, which, maintained mental alertness and focus for approximately four hours. A safe and effective way to help keep you mentally alert and focused. It’s just like having coffee or soda.

 Wait – What? It’s just like having a coffee or soda? Hmmm, now for all those non-coffee or non-soda drinkers I just made a big NO NO. I’ve never had a full cup of coffee in my existence on our planet. The most coffee I’ve had been when my greedy butt wanted my mom’s cereal and coffee concoction as a toddler. Eww Gross! It’s addictive, unsatisfying, and just not my cup of tea. Not too mention makes your breath tart. Now onto the sweet tasting soda reference. Really, a can of some soda have enough sugar that a diabetic would need to check their sugar counts by a mere look at the container.

Now I’m not hip to all the myths and facts on caffeine, however, what I do consider is a statement like

Experts agree that moderation and common sense are the keys to safe consumption of caffeine. What is considered a “normal” amount of caffeine depends on an individual’s sensitivity, and can be affected by frequency and amount of intake, body weight, age and a person’s overall health. People with health problems may want to consult their physician regarding their use of caffeine.

 So what’s considered “normal”? It’s like algorithm. Who’s intentionally breaking down their weight, age, and health when standing in line at Starbucks? I digress.

Yet, I was still unresolved. I was a man, former athlete, looking for the best option not only to provide the kick I needed to tackle my day, more so, gave me healthy benefits, as well.  A person who was looking for a way to keep my edge throughout the day. A synergistic blend of more than one to five active ingredient(s) to tap into my body’s natural vitality. Energy I can trust and count on without high-sugar caffeine to bring an artificial lift — and a hard crash.

Earlier this year (February) I found my solution. Key the music:

24K named the People’s Choice for Favorite New Consumer Product at the 2011 American Business Awards.

And with their 24K™ VIP! promotion, I didn’t have to bother with a sales rep or a phone operator. All I did was sign up at www.my24kvip.com, using the code GAMECHANGER , so I can continue to  save 10% every time I purchase. Plus, I told a few of my friends, who then purchased and I doubled my savings; even they received a 10% discount. All by using that code: GAMECHANGER. Furthermore, I learned the ingredients are all natural for healthy energy, focus and stress relief. One bottle gives me a great sense of focus to multi-task at the office and energy to go hard at the gym. Another item that caught my attention, take a gander at traditional drinks warning label, then compare it to 24k; you’ll understand afterwards. 

 It’s definitely worth checking out because THIS IS MY SHOT and it could be YOURS! 

Like a Good Neighbor…

StateFarm is there with working internet.

I sang and sang and sang until my coworkers at the gym told me to shut up!

But, I was desperate. Time was running out. I set a schedule plan to address my public. I know the millions of readers across the globe were highly anticipating a riveting blog yesterday. Alas, I became a victim of piss poor services.

Even though, I have the ability and privilege to watch everycollege and NFL game over the weekend, my heart still ached because I could not type.

Blogging has become a savory hobby I picked up this year. Thanks to Mr. Blogger extraordinary Jeffrey Gitomer (free plug ARG!).

With his zany and kooky antics from North Philly, by way of New Jersey, he’s a guy I can see sitting at my office desk signing me a check for products and valuable services I provided.

Hailing from the inner city of one the hardest boroughs to grow up in, the South Bronx, taught me lessons I hold close to my bosom and recall during my trying times.

Thanks for the powers-that-be (God) and Mr. Gitomer, I can unleash who I really am.

Hold on! No! Stop it! I am not coming out the closet here. Just a side bar. In case, you thought that was where I was going.

I see that my time is quickly running. So, in conclusion I shall continue this fascinating topic that began by the @whonews or the World Health Organization on Twitter, concerning non-communicalbe diseases or NCD tomorrow.

In the meantime, stay put and be patient.

#FoodFromMyHeart