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It's said that everyone has a price - so what's yours?

What would it take for you to do what you want or need to do - to get fit; get in shape; lose weight; put on weight; improve your muscle-tone; to exercise regularly; to give up eating fattening foods; to diet correctly; to change your lifestyle and get active...? 


I'm not talking about price in money terms - I'm talking about your price in terms of effort and time.

If you could "get in shape" immediately - overnight - using a magic pill... would you take it?
If it took a day of self-denial and hard workouts... would you still go for it?
What about if it took a week... a month... 3 months... 6 months... a year... 2 years...?
Is there a point at which you say NO!, that's too long? How long is "too long" when put into the context of your whole life?

Wouldn't it be worth even, say 2 years, to transform your whole body, if you are going to enjoy it for the rest of your life?
Is 2 years of regular exercise and nutrition control more difficult and painful to endure than 2, 5, 10, 20, 30 more years of being overweight, out of breath, physically restricted, unhappy with your physique?

Is the chance of enjoying the rest of your life having a body you're truly happy with, not worth the time and effort of two years?

But our bodies don't need two years - at the most they need only one to burn off excessive body-fat. Most people could achieve their goals in half that time. It takes about two weeks to kick your metabolism up into fat-burning action. Within six weeks you can go from zero condition to being able to run 5 kilometers and more; from having minimum muscle-tone and strength to getting back to full natural fitness. Six weeks! Your body is THAT effective, THAT resilient.

But is six weeks too high a price?

Weigh it up for yourself:
Year in year out, dealing with fluctuating weight problems, weight rebound, numerous fad-diets, ineffective exercises and training routines, tiredness, soreness, minimum improvements, frustration, unhappiness, worry, stress, comfort binges, false starts, flailing enthusiasm and plummeting motivation...
...or 6 weeks of effective training and nutrition, and then it's all over and done with - relax and enjoy!

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There is the "money" question too - how much would you pay to get in shape?
  • 100$ for an online program?
  • 300$ for a different program?
  • ?$ for yearly gym fees?
  • ?000$ for a personal trainer?
  • ?0000000$ for enhancement surgery?

And finally there's the "personal health" price: Does it take final medical advice to get you to take definitive action; or are your own desires and wishes important enough?

Everyone has their price... what's YOUR'S?

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Question: How do YOU evaluate YOUR price? How do you balance "effort" and "reward"?
 
 
"I can't lose weight, no matter what I try".
"It's in my genes".
"I have a problem with my glands".

This may be true for a few people - but they are in a very small minority. If you need to lose weight, (or gain it) the chances that YOU, among all people, belong to that minority is very small.

You are most likely just like the rest of us - with the same capacities to achieve the same results.

The only minority you should aim to be part of, is the category who know this and act on it. The minority who don't bother with excuses, but just get on with it and take control of their bodies.

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Question: How do you get past your excuses?
 
 
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Here's the natural and sure way to full-body fitness. Back to the playground...back to the woods... 

MovNat© is a fitness concept that teaches you how to move naturally with ease, power, and grace.  You  become very fit through the practice, and that fitness is applicable to any area of life.  MovNat is both a physical education system and activity that places at its core the full range of real-world, species-specific movement skills essential to the natural life of the human being.