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The Clean and Lean Challenge

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Let me tell you a bit about our Clean and Lean Challenge. The Clean & Lean Challenge has one objective: For 6-weeks, eat real food and consistently get movement in. Throughout the challenge, our expectations of you are very simple. 1. Each day you will eat real food, none of that processed junk. We will explain more about what that …

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10 Set In Stone Laws Of Fat Loss

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The Sword In The Stone was one of the first Disney movies I watched as a kid. It’s a great story with amazing principles applicable to losing fat and keeping it off long-term. You see, many tried to pull the sword from the stone using brute force and strength. But, Arthur, using the right tactics (magic of course) was eventually able to …

Great Day Infographic

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There is so much noise out there in the world on how to live a great life and have a great day. If you listen to it all, before you know it, you’ll be downing cranberry extract with Dr. Oz and putting on your socks backwards. I decided to boil down some of the essential steps I use and tell …

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Why The Scale Is A Big, Fat, Liar

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I’ve dealt with my fair share of weigh-a-holics. These are people who step dubiously onto their cold scale each day, letting it dictate their emotions and feelings. They weigh-in every day, morning and night. Some will even step on and off five times in ten seconds in the hope a lower figure will magically appear between their feet. Then they …

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You Can’t Start Being Healthy And Fit Tomorrow

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Raquel, a long-time client of mind, looked at me despairingly. “I’m going to have to wait until my mom gets healthy to start exercising.” she said. “There is just too much going on right now.” Raquel hasn’t been the only client to put a pause on pursuing a healthy life. “I’ll resume healthy eating after my Hawaii trip, after my …

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Why Work-Life Balance Is A Sham

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Mike is a 28 year old stock investor. He’s a single guy who has moved up in his company so fast that he is on track to be the CEO by age 30. He works out every morning and plans his meals for every week. The dude is ripped! He seems to have it all together. But, under the surface, …

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How To (Actually) Work Out In The Morning

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It’s 4:58 on a Wednesday morning. Our client Mike (not his real name) strolls in a few minutes early for his 5am session. He’s never missed a session here at Village. In fact, most of our 5am people are super dedicated and rarely miss workouts. Of the clients I work with online, the most successful have a habit of exercising in …

7 Steps To Achieve Anything

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It’s important to have goals. But, if you’re like me, you’ve set goals before that went unreached. There is a way you can ensure you reach every goal you ever set. It’s not easy, but it’s simple. The path to goal achievement has seven simple steps—levels if you will—progressively narrowing your focus on your goal. You can look at each transition …

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Fat Loss After 40

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Sadly most weight loss after 40 talk is centered quick fixes and fad diets. Grrrr. Nobody is talking about consistent exercise, solid nutrition, and a balanced life. I get it, that stuff isn’t exciting or headline worthy. So we don’t see it. Long term results come from proper training and eating well. Training your body correctly will have a direct effect …