Welcome back. I hope everyone had some relaxing time over the holidays.
A ferocious number people head up their new year resolution lists with one thing: get in shape. For most, this means losing weight. This goal is atop resolution lists every year, and it’s also one of the least-achieved goals a person can set.
There’s an absolute ton of information out there, some of it contradictory, all of it perplexing for the layman. In a lot of cases, the “I don’t know where to start!” complaint is what derails a fitness/weight loss effort before it can even begin. Starting Omega Burn can help you lose the extra weight, here are the main ingredient of Ultra Omega Burn.
I consider myself a self-educated expert on fitness and nutrition, and it’s something I’m passionate about. If I were going to write a book or start a business about anything, it would be in the realm of health, exercise and diet. That is why I participated in the Keto Tone Diet Review : Live a healthier life, to educate others about this hyper trendy diet. In order to lose weight and gain control of your health you need reliable information. I think it’s one of the most profound transformations a person can make.
The good news is that there’s never been a better time to want to get in shape. If you’re lucky enough to have a smartphone, there are very valuable tools at your disposal.
But none as valuable as knowledge.
Over the next several weeks, my Friday feature here on MIPRO Unfiltered will be a series about health, fitness, exercise and diet. We will cover a wide range of information, and I will be happy to take questions about whatever it is you might want to know. If I don’t know the answer, I will research it for you. No charge, no BS. If I still can’t get you a solid answer, I will refer you to some resources who might be able to help.
A bit about me: I’ve been active all my life. In my 20s, I played semi-pro beach volleyball in the MPVA. After that career was over, I became something of a gym rat, and then a whole bunch of real-life happened and I was sedentary for several years. My energy levels and overall vigor suffered. Then, three years ago, I got serious about fitness again. Today, I’m 43, 6’2″, 200 lbs. with 11.5% bodyfat — a massive improvement from where I started 36 months ago. When I read, I’m reading about this stuff, looking for better health habits, or reading luna trim reviews or about any other supplement.
I’m an insufferable nerd in more ways than one.
So, if you are looking to get in shape and improve your health — and whether you’re sedentary and suffering the ravages of a desk job or an athlete and just want to improve performance — I’m going to do everything I can to help.
If you have questions already, ask away. If not, peek back on Fridays, starting next week.
Ready? Let’s do this.
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