Why Most People Fail With Losing Weight (When They Really Don’t Have To)
People struggle with losing weight. Sure, there are tons of reasons for this – convenience of unhealthy food, peer pressure, lack of focus, lack of dedication, lack of motivation, lack of knowledge concerning proper nutrition...
The list goes on.
You likely know several people that want to lose weight right now, or that have tried in the past. Maybe they DID lose weight, but most people that DO lose weight end up gaining most (if not all) of it back within a year.
Marketers and the media capitalize on this niche of consumers like vultures. They hawk their latest and great diet fads, contraptions for losing weight and getting in shape with increasingly less work and effort, and worst of all: everything sounds like the next best thing. (Yeah... if only.)
With new diet and weight loss books, programs, courses, and “silver-bullet” solutions coming out every single day promising rapid results with less effort than ever, where do you even start?
Well, what if I told you that you DON’T need the latest and greatest fad or contraption? What if I told you that I can break down in just these pages exactly how to lose weight – and keep it off – without breaking your back OR the bank?
One guy – Tom Ness – lost 15 pounds in 30 days (actually, it was only 28 days) using this information. In fact, it was one of the easiest things he’s ever done. And now I’m going to tell you exactly how he did it.
To be blunt, you only need to do three things:
1) Restructure your diet
2) Workout in a way that burns fat while adding muscle
3) Build in a system of accountability
If you do these three things, you can’t fail. In the following pages I’m going to show you the easiest ways to do all three.
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