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I do not recommend this tactic for everyone. However…we should all come to a point in our fitbattle where we can take off the training wheels and maintain a healthy diet without feeling like it’s a lot of work. Logging food is work.

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For tonight’s blog my last-ditch effort is to write about nothing. Which is what this blog is about…nothing.


A Personal Trainer will provide you with a personalized fitness plan that enables you to see progress over time. Both the successes and failures are important. The successes help you build confidence. You realize that you can do it and you belong at the gym. You’ll realize that you are stronger and more capable than you think. The failures…well they are a part of life and without them you cannot appreciate the value of success.


Why am I still using a trainer? Need I say more…have you looked at my before and after photos? I know, without a doubt, that I could not have accomplished my current fitness level without my trainers.


No surprise…the answer is not that simple…first I need to decide which “zone” I should strive for. Ugh…the “fat burning zone” or the “cardio training zone”. I’m sure you’ve seen these zones displayed on cardio machines. Have you ever thought about what it all means? Does it make a difference? Which one is better and why?


I know what you are thinking…”oh it couldn’t have been that hard of a workout”. Well I dare you to try it and then let me know what you think. If I don’t hear from you I’ll conclude that you were chicken or you tried it and I was right!


I now find myself needing the Versa Gripps on Wednesday and Friday nights (for the lower body and Pull workouts). I recently upgraded to the Versa Gripps Pro – WOWZA!


I’ve found that I’ve experienced a lot less disappointment by not having nailed down goals of where I want to be and by when. I’ve been much more open to opportunities that have been presented to me.


Unless there is a change to the core of your being and you adopt a new lifestyle that you are committed to for the long-haul your quick fix will be short-lived.


You have two options. Number one…go ahead and let it rip but make sure that you go undetected as the farter. Number two…do your best to minimize the number of people you impact by your fart.