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"Most Efficient Weight Loss Technique" video now live on YouTube


What's the plan for 2016? Were you a bit like me, backsliding on the boundaries of good eating? Funneling the fat foods into your gullet over the holidays?

One thing's for certain, there's most always a path back to greatness.


I've done the fat to fit several times, but on those occasions, I had a huge exercise base. Most weeks it was 50 miles running and 200 miles cycling.  But in normal reality, that's not sustainable.

This time around, the focus is on eating first, exercise second. I wanted to support my new plan with a video, so I created another installment in my "Most Efficient" series. If you haven't yet seen my "Most Efficient Running Technique" video, maybe give it a try. The video is to be used in conjunction with "Mind Over Diet" that I published on Amazon in paperback and digital versions.


I won't lie, I probably have as many haters as those who likes that video, but here's the premise of my Most Efficient platform: It's most efficient when you can sustain the plan and activity. Many of us can crash off the weight, but when our healthy patterns break down, we add back the pounds.

There's no fast fix, but there are intelligent choices.

Think about how you can frame your choices as we forge into the new year. It's possible to modify and build a plan that works for you. I'm not here to hold your hand, but rather to show you how to engage your own road map to success.

Let's get serious, have fun and develop our fit and fabulous bodies in 2016!

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