Hi folks, Nicolas here! When I was 29 my dad had a heart attack.
According to his physician it was due to a poor diet.
This really rattled me because of my own lifestyle.
A health disaster was in my future considering my lack of exercise, my bad food and my smoking.
You know these things are bad, right? But for some reason you often choose to ignore them.
Then something awful happens.
Motivation is always the hardest part in any endeavor and especially in any lifestyle changes.
The best way to stay motivated is to get some clear goals with a timeframe.
When you know what you want to achieve it is a little easier to reach.
You will need help with weight loss meal plans and weight loss workouts plans for permanent weight loss.
The problem is, as I discovered the hard way, is that there are plenty of people with "the only right solution".
Pills, magic berries, weird equipment and other short cuts are 13 on a dozen.
Well, there are "simple" ways of losing weight but only if you don't count fat loss as the only real way of permanent weight loss.
Simply by cutting down on liquids you can lose 8 pounds in a week.
As soon as you start drinking again you will gain it all back even faster.
Most fast diets use this method in one way or another.
And that is just fake.
I got in contact with an old colleague of mine that is a regular down at my gym.
He agreed to be my training partner and just within a few weeks I started to feel results.
Stronger and with more energy.
The fat on my body started to shrink a little too but not all that much.
Eager to lose more fat I started to research true fat loss and found one book after discarding all methods with pills, berries and stuff.
It really takes all in account.
Progress meassuring and goal setting to stay motivated.
Exercise, food and nutrition.
And how to balance them.
This is a book that really changes lifes! The fat just "poured" off me and I got muscle definition after just 2 month! But it wasn't the reading that got me ripped, of course.
You have to do the work yourself.
Lots of exercise and a good meal plan is necessary.
I only eat ice cream and drink the occasional beer on the weekends.
I don't compromise on weekdays with the food.
:) If you want permanent fat loss results I really recommend metabolism boosting foods.