You’re the next Biggest Loser!

It’s possible– you just have to work for it. Its amazing how easy it is to put on the weight, but is it really?

Think about it: How many times have you walked away from the table stuffed? How many cups of sugar did you have to consume from sodas, candies, and snacks? Did you ever go 15 or 16 hours without eating, putting your body in a state of shock caused by starvation because no food was coming in? (Easy to do–Dinner at 7pm, the next day you skipped breakfast then didn’t eat until 11am the next day.) That stuff adds up and will take a while to burn off.

If you do not spend little time taking care of your body, your body will eventually break down and you will be in a chronic state of dis-ease, maybe in the form of diabetes, or maybe heart disease .

Listen: YOU DON’T HAVE TIME TO NOT EXERCISE!!! You may be used to the quality of life you have now, but what if you were at your body’s normal weight? What if you lost 20, 30 or 40 pounds? How much energy would you have? How much more would you enjoy life? Here is an easy breakdown: Say you want to lose 50 pounds. You look at your food intake, subtract 500 calories a day from it, make healthy food choices, and you could lose a pound a week without exercise. Or, do all that and add exercise, and you get some crazy weight loss that comes with awesome energy!

Imagine if you started doing this a few months ago. How would you feel right now? What are you waiting for? Start Your Transformation Today!

What are you going to do right now to help you to NEVER be on the Biggest Loser Show?

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As a Leadership Coach at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL, James Leath teaches athletes from the professional ranks all the way down to elementary school about character and leadership of self, team, coaches and critics. His widely read blog at is a top resource that educates athletes, coaches, and parents in sport psychology and personal development. James is currently finishing a graduate degree in Performance Psychology.

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