MY THOUGHT OF THE DAY!

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1657 Posts
Jan 12, 2015 6:47pm
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This is something I shared with a skimbler today. Some of you might like it....

The key to this is consistency which is why it's sometimes best to ignore the scales for a while & just focus on the workouts & eating clean. Too many times we become demotivated because we are a "right now" society used to quick fixes but our bodies are not much more advanced than when we were cavemen(or women!!). TRAIN HARD > EAT WELL > BE PATIENT

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Jan 12, 2015 7:43pm
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Sound advice guv. I believe that to. I feel better although sometimes the scales don't reflect it.
My clothes however lift my confidence.

12 Jan
Exactly! Look at me last month... I weighed exactly the same as I did 2 years ago but my bodyfat was 12% as opposed to 28%.... BOOM!!!! Lol
12 Jan
Kaachow lol good job dude. Apologies been spending too much time with my nephews lol ;:-)
12 Jan
Whatcha apologizing for ya nutter?! It's a busy world, with busy people in it : )
12 Jan
Lol because good job has become my nephews favourite phrase lol
12 Jan
Oh! Lol!! Just as long as we're "keeping it real" ; p
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1657 Posts
Jan 12, 2015 8:16pm
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12 Jan
True haha
12 Jan
I do all but squat lol! I prefer to lunge!
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Jan 12, 2015 9:28pm

Amen brother. I would add that consistency is what eventually helps us bring about a complete lifestyle change which is absolutely necessary for any long term success.

13 Jan
Totally agree Jason! Once the mind believes this is the 'normal' way to live every workout becomes fun & eating healthy becomes the norm
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