Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The Get "FIT" Quick Schemes

We’ve all heard of get rich quick schemes but did you know that we can also find get fit quick schemes as well? While they are not illegal, they are nonetheless scams for the sole purpose of a quick buck. The problem with those programs is that they sell the exercise first. They forget, or simply omit, to talk about the core issue; the diet.

This will come out as harsh. To me, every fitness plan that doesn’t discuss the importance of dieting is a scam. Being fit is 80% what you eat and 20% what you do as far as exercising goes. Of course you will see some result from doing P90x, Zumba, PiYo or whatever other fad routine because it burns calories on whatever diet you’re currently on.
If you don’t eat right, don’t expect to see much result anytime soon - at least not as fast as if you’re complimenting your exercise with a good diet.

By “a diet that complements your exercise” i mean to have food that support your weight goals. If you want to lose weight, then you want lower carbs. If you want to gain muscle mass, then you need protein. If you want to bulk, then you need your proteins as as well as the calories that supports it.

It’s not that difficult to understand once you spend a few hours doing some research on this. Just don’t be fooled by those that tells you you’ll be ripped in 3 months just from working out - it simply isn’t true IF you don’t have the diet to support it.

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