The day has arrived! I have finished The Whole 30 Challenge!
Cue the chorus!
Wow! What an odyssey! How fitting also that the day I end the challenge would fall on Warrior Wednesday plus this post marks 120th!
Give me the bro-fist!
TGIM! I have a question for you. Are you afraid of “Hard Work?”
Let’s explore below what Adam’s thoughts about hard work and a letter he wrote to him.
What about you? What is a reward hard work has brought in your life? How did that make you feel?
Leave a comment below. I would love to read your thoughts. 🙂
We are going to take it back! Here’s my very first video from last year!
In the video, I was doing the Stronglifts 5 x 5 program when I was starting to get into weight training and had taken a week off (usually every eight weeks I take a full week off to let the body to heal).
Have you made a video of your training? If so, please share in the comment section below. If not, why not? You matter!
That’s it! I’m off The Whole 30 program because this is simply a scam. I mean there is NO WAY people can make changes on this food plan. EVER. It’s too restrictive. It’s too mental. It’s too hard.
Early April’s Fools!
On the contrary, The Whole 30 program is completely do-able and the results speak for themselves.
Here is a testimony from healthy blogger Cyndi about her results with The Whole 30 program: Whole30 Results
You CAN do it! I believe in you!
“Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin
What a powerful word.
Who isn’t affected by this word? You need food to
survive thrive. We are bombarded with commercials about food. We think about what we will eat for the day. We grow food. We need it daily.
Is it no wonder that food is the catalyst for change? When you stick a piece of food in your mouth, there is ALWAYS a hormonal response. No one can deny that a small morsel of food can cause a backlash in the body.
You don’t believe me? Ask the person who is stricken with food allergies and say to them that food does not influence the body. Continue reading