What’s the secret?

This past weekend I attended the Fitness Revolution National Convention in Louisville, KY. It’s a great time to connect with other fitness professionals who are on top of their game. It’s a chance to learn what others are doing to make working out a great experience and get great results!

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The theme of the convention was Power Of The Process.  Breaking down things that seem complicated or overwhelming into simple steps.

It’s really the same for reaching your fitness and fat loss goals. Get good at the basics. That’s what the Power Of The Process is…getting good at the basics. At Flemington Boot Camps, we realize everyone has a journey and it starts with mastering the basics, which may not seem so basic sometimes.

There’s really no need to take a pill of raspberry ketones or whatever is the latest craze on TV, when you don’t eat breakfast regularly and wine is a staple.

In her article 10 Mistakes Women Make With Diets on T-Nation, Dani Shugart breaks down “the basics” and blows up some myths, too. It’s worth the 10-15 minutes to read (or 5 if you’re a fast reader).

 

———–>>>> http://www.t-nation.com/diet-fat-loss/10-mistakes-women-make-with-diets

This past weekend I attended the Fitness Revolution National Convention in Louisville, KY. It’s a great time to connect with other fitness professionals who are on top of their game. It’s a chance to learn what others are doing to make working out a great experience and get great results!

 

The theme of the convention was Power Of The Process.  Breaking down things that seem complicated or overwhelming into simple steps.

 

It’s really the same for reaching your fitness and fat loss goals. Get good at the basics. That’s what the Power Of The Process is…getting good at the basics.

 

There’s really no need to take a pill of raspberry ketones or whatever is the latest craze on TV, when you don’t eat breakfast regularly and wine is a staple.

 

In her article 10 Mistakes Women Make With Diets on T-Nation, Dani Shugart breaks down “the basics” and blows up some myths, too. It’s worth the 10-15 minutes to read (or 5 if you’re a fast reader).

 

———–>>>> http://tinyurl.com/10-Mistakes-with-diets

In the end, there’s no secret.