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DIETS DONT WORK.

Posted by picoathleticclub on June 9, 2009 at 10:30 PM

 



Celebrities that Go on Yoyo Diets and Everyone Else!!

Haven't you all figured out that diets don't work: I've been preaching this for years, your best diet is your diet!! Yes, that's right. That means in order to create the body you want , take away the things you don't need to eat. This means you're not creating a whole new food program for your body.

Exercise,eliminate fried foods, butter, cheese,and sugar just do those four basic things and you will see your way to the promised land. Don't get sucked into FAD DIETS, greedy people want to sell you their products that don't work pretending they're on your side.

Exercise, Exercise, Exercise is the right way - the right way is the PLYOMETRIC SYSTEM - muscle confusion, but more on that later.

In the mean time have a great  Workout !!!


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