The Deep, Dark Secret to Success


There’s some stuff that we’re not supposed to talk about in the fitness business. We’re supposed to tell everyone to do some stuff, make some changes, and that everything will be rosy.

That’s cool. Rosy sells.

However, there’s another side to that. There’s a side to it I probably shouldn’t be telling you as it could definitely hurt my career and people’s opinion of me.

Screw it. Time to spill the beans.

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October 19, 2011

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October 13, 2011

Diana @ 8:16 pm #

Totally agree.
I’ve been on a diet since I reached puberty and went from extremely underweight to 30# overweight. I was 11 years old.
It’s not a diet. It’s a lifestyle. Eat right, exercise, take vitamins. Take care of yourself because no one else is going to do it for you and you don’t want to be on your deathbed saying “I could have had a life!”
And to those people who like to bust my chops about it, I remind them that I’m going to be 50 next year and look nowhere near it.
There are worse obsessions out there.


October 17, 2011

Isaac @ 6:58 pm #


It’s absolutely a lifestyle. Any major change, or non-change, is. I went on a few tangents, but that’s what pissed me off in my post.

If you want to make a major change in your life, then you need to do some serious stuff. And then guess what? YOU CAN’T GO BACK. That sucks sometimes, but it’s the way it is.



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