Steve Nash Fitness
Like always, it's about diet and exercise.
"I cut out processed foods, caffeine and alcohol."
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"I felt like I was 67 instead of 37."
Paleo. Atkins. Zone. Dukan. Bodybuilding. Raw. South Beach. Weight Watchers. If It Fits Your Macros. Carb Backloading. It's fair to assume that every diet you hear about has indeed worked for some people, for without success no diet would ever gain the traction necessary to be known the world over. With that being said, here's the dirty little secret that nobody ever talks about: There is no diet that works for everyone.
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"This is only the beginning! I feel incredible having lost over 100 pounds."
A macronutrient diet is the best diet you could start. It will leave you feeling energized with minimum food cravings and no hunger. Other diets are not as sustainable and are hard to follow. This is because you are forced to give up the foods you love and completely change the way you eat overnight.
"I saw a picture of myself at a wedding I attended. I didn’t recognize myself."
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His advice? Don't count calories.
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The vast majority of 'born-again' dieters and exercise enthusiasts will give up in less than a month. The reasons can be myriad, and sometimes they are beyond a person's control. But there are also ways to beat the odds and find success at last.
"I cut out bread, pork and added sugars."
"He laughed at me with some unkind words. I used it as ammo!"
That almost 100-pound weight loss started with just a little movement.
"He was part of my inspiration to change my life around."