This video was posted by “The Health Nerd,” and he is not a normal fitness YouTuber. He supplies a lot of information and provides sources so, if his word isn’t good enough for you, you can check his source and see that he’s right.
The info he shares typically isn’t controversial either, just common sense.
Yeah, common sense… and I don’t mean that negatively toward him, but I feel most of us at this time know what is right for us and our bodies but we ultimately make the wrong decisions time and time again.
It’s by watching videos like The Health Nerd’s that you can remind yourself things you already knew and get a swift reality check halfway through your week. Starting to feel like you don’t know if you made the right choices? Watch videos like this, he outlines very clearly what you should and shouldn’t be doing if you want to get in the best shape of your life!
Today’s video is just one I liked because Joe’s guest in this podcast was an advocate of the “carnivore” diet.
So, first and foremost, I’m kind of burnt out on the whole “diet” idea. I myself have done paleo before and it worked well, I know someone successful on keto, Joe is on keto, and my brother is a vegan. All that being said, I’m not arguing whether diets work or not. Clearly, at least in the short term, they work well and can also be very useful if you have health problems and have to eat a more restricted diet(as is the case for Mikhaila Peterson, the woman Joe is talking to).
I do, though, feel that for most of us a “diet” isn’t necessary. As I’ve said on other posts, perhaps just make one small change a week. You’d be surprised what you can do, and find an exercise you enjoy and do it consistently.
Here, Joe seems to have the same frame of mind and feels diet or exercise don’t really precede one another…he would say you just have to get out there and get the damn thing done… which, honestly, I feel is so true. Watch below:
The video I am sharing today was posted by Youtube channel “Gravity Transformations – Fat Loss Experts.”
I definitely got the vibe that the guy presenting information in this video knows what he’s talking about. I think all of his advice was good. What I want to add on to it is this..
Just make changes people. Any small change will do…. If just one small change a week, do it! You can. One small change a week in the right direction and in 12 weeks that will be 12 small changes. Just imagine how much healthier you’ll be if you follow that.
I don’t think you have to follow everything he said to a T but it definitely would help you achieve your goals. Just do your best and I want to leave you with a quote from his video that resonated with me:
“We make time for things that are most important to us.” Think that over if you’re struggling to find time to work out.
A Simple Man is an up and coming fitness YouTuber. On May 6, 2018 he posted the video below. What I find interesting is that May was about the time I started training again, but I have yet to lose so much as 10 lbs. I’ve had results, yes, that are strength related but I’m not much healthier.
But now I think I’ve learned the secret to long term change, and he outlines it below. Make small changes, don’t go on some crazy diet that you’re going to fail at. Consistency is key folks. One healthy change a week, and adding in a little bit of activity you enjoy as opposed to some sudden and crazy exercise choices. Watch up on how he’s doing it and be sure to check out my weekly progress updates to see me go through the same transitions.