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Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: You had 8 years to get this info
Anything that you see advertised on television that looks to good to be true usually is- YEs, the videos do work in the short term, but they are not sustainable in the long run. Our culture is is so desperate for the next "quick fix" they overlook the fact that they aren't changing themselves from the inside out. If an individual doesn't examine themselves thoroughly and chooses to focus on a short term gimmick rather than a true lifestlye change, then in the long run they are most likely to go back to their old ways. Then, was the money they really spent really worth it? Did they really do anything to produce clinically significant changes in their health? Trust me, I have about 200 clients that I coach in Weight Loss and I would say that 90% yo yo becasue they put their hope in gimmick products and fad diets. It really isn't that hard, guys. An individuals main focus should be to make exercise and healthy eating as natural and habitual as going to the bathroom. Those products don't promote that- don't waster your money or time.
ONe more thing, there is a good book out there called body for life- it is somewhat a promotion for the bodybuilding.com website but it has many great examples of people who have truly made lifestyle changes for the better. Check it out
For those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They will soar on wings as eagles..