Sunday, February 24, 2008

Information Overload

Fitness Results Newsletter[02/24/2008-- Issue 16] ================================================
Hi Friends Here's The Newest Most Up To Date Fitness Info For 2008In This Issue:
1. Avoid These Mistakes When Hiring A Personal Trainer
2. Information Overload!!!!!!!!!!
3. Can You Affoard To Eat RIGHT?
4. Tell Us What You Think!
5. Our Blog's

===================== FEATURE EDITORIAL ======================
1) Avoid These Mistakes When Hiring A Personal Trainer ==============================================================
1. Don’t buy without a goal. Ensure that you have a completely defined goal! Be specific! If you want to lose fat, don’t just say “I want to lose weight!”. Tell your trainer the exact amount of body fat that you want to remove. Write down what clothes size you want to be. Write down the exact date you want to achieve your goal. 2. Don’t agree to workout at a place that is inconvenient Convenience is the key to exercise. Make sure you can arrive at your facility stress free. 3. Don’t buy without a plan. Pre-plan the days you want to exercise even before you even meet with the trainer. Don’t make up your regimen as you go. Ask the trainer for their recommendations. 4. Don’t depend on other people Don’t wait for a so called training partner to make the commitment before you do. Be the leader. Leave your health on no one’s hands but your own. 5. Don't wait until until the perfect time! It's never going to be the perfect time, and you're never going to be fully prepared! Take the action first.

2) Information Overload!!!!!

Seriously -- there is SO much information out there telling you how to Lose weight and Get in Shape...How to do it in 10 minutes... how to cut carbs... how to exercise less... how to eat for your type or city you live in...There's just one problem. You need something THAT WORKS for YOU to put these or any weight loss or fitness strategies into play! What if you're a beginner starting from scratch never exercise, never been one a diet, afraid to fail?Wading through the ocean of information tools and resources online and in book stores has got to be pretty daunting.


So I've put together a something for you.

I want to cut through the fluff... I want to cut through the confusion.I'm going to give you a *6 week crash course* in the exact steps (that have taken over 15 years to develop)you need to take to start and turn your Health andFitness around even if you can‘t get to my studios or camps in South Fl.My ultimate goal here is to give you the "Big Picture" of what you need to do and precisely what order you need to do it in, to get on the right path… right away.

I'm calling it The METABOLISM-MAKEOVER E-Class.

Enroll Now…that‘s right, no need to think about it. Maybe you’ve tried stuff before, maybe you have attempted to exercise,Maybe you would like to come and train with me in Miami, but can’t make it. Well here is you chance and it’s all online. Maybe you will let me help you…Maybe you won't. Either way, I can only take a limited number of people inthis e-class and these lesson could very well make the difference between another year of poor results, wasted efforts, and lost money or a massively fit and lean 2008!

That link to the 6 week e-class again is here:

To your success!!!

3) Can You Afford to Eat Right? by Dr. Mercola

There may be one reason why many Americans aren’t eating healthy that has nothing to do with will power or flavor: it’s too expensive.Millions of Americans simply can’t afford to eat healthy, according to researchers at the University of Washington in the first study of its kind.They compared prices of healthy foods (rich in nutrients and low in calories, such as fresh vegetables, fish, lean meats and whole grains) with high-calorie junk foods.They found that prices for healthy food jumped nearly 20 percent over a two-year period, compared to a modest 5 percent increase in the overall food price inflation. Prices of high-calorie foods, meanwhile, remained about the same, and in some cases even dropped.Why are healthy food prices so high? Everything from agricultural policies to farm subsidies to the rising cost of energy have been blamed, but the researchers believe sugar -- which is cheap and high in empty calories -- gets top billing.However, even foods that are currently cheap are expected to rise dramatically in price in the near future, the researchers said. They pointed to three things they believe people will need to eat well in the future: education, money and time.“If you have all three, you're home free. If you have two out of three, you can manage. But if you have only one out of the three, or zero of the three, you are pretty much screwed. And a lot of low-income people have zero out of three," said study author Adam Drewnowsky, director of the Center for Public Health Nutrition at the University of Washington. Sources: ABC News December 19, 2007Journal of the American Dietetic Association, December 2007, Volume 107, Issue 12, Pages 2071-2076 There are clearly many challenges to eat well if you are on a fixed budget or do not have access to healthy food sources (as is the case in many inner cities). What you need is an extreme shift in values so that even if you are on the lowest of budgets you can have access to affordable, healthy foods instead of junk foods. As the system is currently configured, however, many people with low incomes end up being overweight, yet very malnourished. I agree with the study’s author that sugar is one of the major culprits here. Not only is sugar one of the biggest enemies you face in your pursuit of a healthy eating program, it appears in nearly ALL processed foods and drinks -- even things you wouldn’t think would be sweetened, like canned beans, mayonnaise, and pickles -- making it virtually impossible to avoid. Yet, because it (along with high-fructose corn syrup) is inexpensive, most everyone can afford to purchase the foods that contain it. What many people cannot afford, however, are the free-range meats, the raw dairy products, and the organic, locally grown veggies that will keep them healthy.But there is a light at the end of the tunnel. As the researchers above pointed out, if you have education and time, you can overcome the hurdle of not having a lot of money.Getting the Most Nutritional Bang for Your Buck:Those of you reading this right now are fortunate enough to have one piece of the puzzle: education. You already know, or are learning, which foods you need to stay healthy.You also know that taking time to prepare your meals is a priority that you must find time for -- even if it is once a week on a Sunday, when you cook meals for the week and freeze them for your weeknight meals after work.You see, eating healthy does not have to be “all or nothing.” You must make decisions to get the most “nutritional bang for your buck” when it comes to your food money. I’m the first to admit that this is not always easy, but your efforts will payoff in the form of your future good health. Here are the 14 top tips you need to know to find healthy food, even on a tight budget:1. Choose local foods over organic foods. 2. If all that’s available or affordable is fresh, conventionally grown produce, buy it, wash it well at home, and eat it.3. Look for local farms and food coops offering raw dairy products, eggs, produce, and grass-fed meat. This will allow you to cut out the middleman and save money. Buying in large quantities, such as a side of grass-fed beef, can also save you money in the long run as long as you have room to freeze it (and you consume it before it goes bad).4. Skip prepared or pre-cut foods, which can cost up to double the amount as the unprepared versions.5. Plan your meals ahead of time (including cooking large batches and freezing some for later) so you don’t splurge on expensive, unhealthy fast-food at the last minute.6. Pass on junk foods like potato chips, soda, cookies, candy, and other snacks. These are a complete waste of money.7. Buy lots of fresh veggies, they’re usually less expensive than canned versions (just make sure you use them before they go bad). 8. Only buy what you need. Keep track of what’s in your pantry so you don’t double-up on foods unnecessarily. 9. Clip coupons and use them when you can (but don’t buy something unhealthy just because it’s on sale).10. Watch the register when you check out of the grocery store. They often ring up wrong prices, at your expense.11. Shop with a calculator so you can determine if it’s really a better deal to buy something in bulk.12. Watch weekly specials, and be aware of what’s really a good price. You can often find organic produce on sale for less than conventional produce if you know what prices to watch for.13. If you have the space, grow your own fresh veggies such as greens, broccoli, tomatoes, cucumbers, string beans, etc.14. Remember this rule of thumb: Fresh food is always better than frozen, but frozen is better than
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