Last updated on Dec 19th, 2019 at 08:53 am

  “Exercise for Weight Loss” is an article series detailing the most successful exercise strategies that can be used to assist in speeding up the weight loss process, and help you end-up with a sleek, toned physique once your body weight gets down to your goal-weight. 

There’s never going to be a ‘good’ time to START

Have you ever thought about why most people never get anything significant done in their lives? It’s got a lot to do with the simple fact that they never START doing anything. And they never start because they procrastinate, and procrastinate, and make excuse after excuse.

“I’ll start once this huge project is off my back/when I’ve got some free time/when my kids have grown up a bit/when my boss stops being a jerk/when my spouse supports me better/when the weather is better/when it’s a new week.”

Too late?

When the time they’re waiting for “never arrives”, they end up in a situation where the next excuse is “Well, it’s too late. I’m too old for that now.”

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Don’t be that person!



Exercise and living a healthy lifestyle is one of the main things people “put off” until there’s a better time. Many “want” to exercise, and commit to doing it over and over again without ever starting, and eventually they say they’ve missed the bus.

Well, I’m here to give you a simple message – YOU’RE NOT TOO OLD TO GET STRONGER, FITTER, AND HEALTHIER.

Start now with something simple, and ramp it up over time until you are doing things you never thought were possible. You’ll be so much better off, and feel incredibly proud of yourself once you get into it.

All you have to do is BEGIN.



Take a look at the articles below for more information exercising for weight loss:


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