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Most people can do difficult things for at least a short time before the pain of continuing becomes too much and they have to stop. The same principle applies to the goal of transforming your body and dieting. Many undergo drastic measures in their efforts to lose fat and get in shape. They want immediate results, and are willing to do anything in order to get them. Unfortunately, this approach is a sure-fire way to guarantee failure. You can endure the effects of drastic lifestyle changes and dieting for only so long before having to finally give up.

After having read to this point, you can appreciate the fact that there is no shortcut to a successful body

Drastic dieting is a sure fire way to set yourself up for failure. Fitness is based on a healthy lifestyle, not "yo-yo" dieting.

Drastic dieting is a sure fire way to set yourself up for failure. Fitness is achieved through an overall healthy lifestyle, not by extreme dieting.

transformation. At the same time, there is no need to deprive or torture yourself in order to achieve the kind of fit body you’ve always wanted. The feeling you should always have is one of looking forward to going to the gym, and of feeling revitalized by eating your prescribed healthy, nutritious, and life-building foods.

Because you are doing all the right things for your body your attitude and energy levels should be sky high. At no time should you feel like you are torturing or depriving yourself. If you have to resort to these kinds of tactics because you think it is the only way to force your body to give you results, then your efforts at transforming your body will surely end in failure.

Drastic measures will never allow you to permanently change your body to where you want it to be. It’s impossible to do, so don’t even attempt it. This is truly about creating a lifestyle change that you can live with easily and effectively for the rest of your life.

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Once upon a time there was a turtle and a hare.

On a bright sunny morning the hare came upon the turtle and, seeing him walking so slowly, started to make fun of him. The tortoise replied to the mocking by saying, “Though you be swift as the wind, I will beat you in a race.”

At this challenge the hare laughed at the ridiculous assertion that this slow-footed turtle could ever hope to win against him, one who had never lost a race before.

They agreed on a route and started off the race. The hare shot ahead and ran briskly for some time. Then seeing that he was far ahead of the tortoise, he thought he’d sit under a tree for some time and relax before continuing the race.

He sat under the tree and soon fell asleep. The tortoise, plodding on, overtook him and finished the race. The hare woke up and realized that he had lost the race.

The moral of the story (as if you didn’t already know):

“Slow and steady wins the race.”

This famous childrens fable is one of the most powerful messages we can hope to grasp and use if we ever want to accomplish anything.


Because we’re programmed to want quick results, do things quickly, get things fast, get quick results, and usually without much effort. We usually quit before we accomplish anything of significance, getting distracted by some other “shiny object” and start going down that path, instead of the one we were on, toward our supposed goal.

Eventually ending up nowhere because we’ve wandered all over tarnation.

Does this sound like you? If not, congratulations, you’re one of the minority in this world that sets goals, maps out the path to those goals, and continues on through thick and thin until you get to the “finish line.”

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The rains started early…

And by the time noon rolled around (my scheduled departure time), it was still raining…

Oh well, good thing my son was still with me because now we could play the “monster” game some more.

As the time started getting closer to 6 pm, and it was still raining, I started to worry. There was no way now I was going to make it up to Daytona Beach before dark on my motorcycle. Thanks goodness for my bright yellow riding suit with lots of reflective patches and the new tires I had gotten the week before. Wait… the guy at the motorcycle shop said I had to be careful on the tires for the first 100 miles because they could slip easily. And it was still raining… hmmm…

7:40 pm was the time I finally left… yea, almost dark. I did a longer trip a couple of months ago (4+ hours) but still, the thought of the night ride was a little daunting (especially with the rain and new “slick” tires).

Off I went, 3 pit stops later, I arrived in Daytona Beach at 11:40 pm. After giving the “all-safe” sign to my loved ones back home that I arrived safe, I proceeded to turn on my computer. 4 hours later I went to bed. And 3 hours later I was up for breakfast before my meeting at 9 am.

At breakfast the first dilemma of the day arrived… the MENU… What to eat that was healthy. Today was not my “free-for-all” day and the menu left just a bit to be desired for a healthy meal. This menu had almost no veggies on it, and only bad carbs (hash browns – about the worst carbs you can put into your body because of the high fat content – bad fat at that – and high carbs – a combination almost guaranteed to pack on the pounds quicker than you can imagine).

    What would you do?
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My Interview with Bill Phillips after Winning the Body For Life Contest