â€œHow do I lose fat?â€
â€œHow do I get in shape?â€
One of the mysteries of life is how to get into top physical shape. Itâ€™s one of the top 5 questions I get asked â€“ by others and by myself. I have been fighting fat for my entire life. I won the battle of childhood obesity. Iâ€™ve been battling fat since then to stop it from making a comeback. To answer the question, Iâ€™m writing an e-book series. I finished Book One last night. Itâ€™s the most important part of the series. Hereâ€™s the title:
Fat Losing: the turnaround
Book One â€“ X Fitness Program: The Psychology of Fat Losing
Waste Mismanagement leads to Waist Mismanagement
Fighting fat and trying to get in shape can be frustrating to some of us. I donâ€™t work-out to enter physique contests. I work-out for two reasons. One is to prevent the return of obesity. If I didnâ€™t work-out virtually every day of my life, Iâ€™d have a big problem. Literally and figuratively. If I didnâ€™t eat the way I do, Iâ€™d have bigger problems. Literally and figuratively. I learned the secret to a flat stomach a long time ago.
Fat give you two choices: fight back or it let it fight back. My fat cells fight like hell to make a comeback every day of my life. Fat is exactly like that opponent you line up against that just wonâ€™t quit. Tireless, relentless, ruthless. Thereâ€™s no difference between fighting fat and lining up against your worst enemy. If you let up even the slightest, you wonâ€™t stand a chance.
Like with any fight, itâ€™s easy to get tired and retire. But, thereâ€™s a consequence of retiring. Youâ€™re the only one retiring. Fat doesnâ€™t retire because it never gets tired.