We all know, in that amount of time, that things change. Some for the good, some for the bad.
The majority of things I hear these days, when talking about fitness, is how the person wishes they could look and feel the way they did back in high school.
Guess what again?
You can look and feel BETTER!
I have found that "The Fountain of Youth" isn't a quick fix of botox, breast augmentation (although thats not necessarily a bad thing), or fad diets.
It's eating right and fitness.
What I mean is 70% clean eating (eating as close to its natural form as possible) and 30% fitness. Meaning don't stress over eating what you want and then trying to burn those calories--you'll never make up for it. You'll have to run a half-marathon (13.1 miles) to make up for that whopper, fries, and medium soda that you had for lunch.
Instead, focus on ways to fuel and feed your muscles. Muscles are made in the kitchen. I am a slow learner. I have to see it working, first hand, for people before I jump on board.
Im seeing results and loving it!
Do I want to be the way I was in high school? NO WAY! I want to be who I am NOW!
Visit my site if you need help!
"The Fountain of Youth really is just a puddle of sweat."-Chalene Johnson (TurboFire)
|Apparently taking studio pics with your BFF was cool back in '97.|
|Yes, that is REAL sweat...and no I don't glisten. TurboFire has changed my life...and made my runs so much faster!|
|My friend of 20 years, April. While the other girls were checking out each others hair and such, I gave April major props on her biceps. That girl is buff!|