There is power in the practice of regularly doing reps in workouts. I always had the mentality of “one and done” when I exercised. Now as I think about it, that is just silly. Doing a hard routine is supposed to be difficult that is why you should do it again during the same workout. You can only get stronger if you know your limits and push them. Also as I mature my exercises I do multiple reps throughout the day to push the limits again. If you can do 5 push ups in the morning you can certainly do 5 push ups at night. You’re only going to get stronger.
At the beginning of the summer I decided to change my health around. I considered myself to be pretty active and thought I was eating well. After unsuccessfully trying to lose a little weight I felt I was back at square one. Realizing my lack of nutritional knowledge I hit the books.
After finding and reading It All Starts With Food by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig my concept on nutrition was changed forever. I always knew that I had sensitivities to certain foods (esp. breads and anything fried) and It All Starts With Food completely confirmed all my suspicions. Naturally after this epiphany I did some Internet research and found some great blogs and some new recipes. Since then my body just feels better and I am mentally and physically stronger.
So if you really want to transform your body and mind I recommend reading It All Starts With Food by Dallas and Melissa Hartwig. After you do that do a little internet research on the paleo eating. Take it with a grain of salt and run by some blogs that will soon become your favs. One of my favorites is PaleOMG which features Juli Bauer. Discover some Paleo cookbooks such as The Paleo Kitchen & Well Fed. Don’t forget to exercise, keep hydrated, and enjoy life!
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