Doing any one thing in particular is unnecessary for your goals, no matter what they are. But doing something is necessary for progress.
- Find a direction.
- Figure out what steps will get you towards there.
- Re-evaluate monthly.
- Stay the course.
- Make every day a win.
Fitness is a bit of an amorphous target. It’s generic. Does it mean cardiovascular fitness? Weight loss? Relative strength? Absolute strength? Weight deadlifted? Flexibility measured? Workout done in x number of minutes?
Is your goal a fitness goal? Or are you just trying out a new training method?
Most people I work with — at least the “regular” people with day jobs — want to be more fit. It would always be nice to be skinnier, stronger, leaner, toner, healthier, smarter, more muscular, more patient, more even-keeled, less anxious, less depressed, less neurotic, less unstable.
But if you want these things, we have to talk about goal setting.
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I’ve given your whey protein recommendation to like 10+ folks who had previously not been able to tolerate whey — all have been able to have it without issue… pretty cool.
Though dietary supplements are both plentiful and popular, it takes a lot to make me actually recommend one.
There are a wide range of things that can help you get the fitter, healthier, and sexier body that YOU want. Supplements generally yield much less benefit than, say, a consistent diet and proper exercise.
But some supplements can make a lot of things better. I’ll list off my recommendations along with a short explanation of what they are and why I recommend them.
Do you want my advice on how I keep myself healthy?