Fitness Principle #1

I have some ground rules for this blog. I appreciate your readership and understand your time is as valuable as mine. There is enough B.S. out in cyberspace already and I would rather be part of the truth squad. Even though I am not a fitness expert or nutritionist by training, I have done a lot of reading in these areas. In expressing my thoughts and ideas on health and fitness, I assume you’re looking for solutions, not theories. You want to know what works and what gets results.  So Do I.  Therefore, you will NOT find:

  • Half-truths
  • White lies
  • Fake words
  • Anything that promotes an eating disorder or poor body image (this includes words or pictures I consider to be potentially harmful)
  • Anything that promotes steroids use
  • Excuses
  • Excuses  (Get the point? I don’t let them exist in my world and you shouldn’t accept them in yours.  Don’t accept them from others or yourself.  Especially not from yourself.)
  • The word “diet” in reference to eating clean and healthy.  Eating healthy isn’t a “diet” it’s a lifestyle and it’s meant to last for the rest of your life.  Period.
  • Negative attacks on a person
  • Stupid flame wars

You WILL find on this blog:

  • My real personal experiences
  • Motivational and inspirational quotes and pictures
  • Honest fitness advice
  • Honest answers to any question
  • Salty language from time to time (I’m a former DevilDog, my DNA is laced with profanity)
  • Information on biology and chemistry that relates to fitness
  • Healthy food ideas
  • Links to other workout sites
  • A never-say-die attitude all day, every day.  Excuses are for the weak and lazy, and we are neither!
  • And a sincere promise that I will never suggest something for you that I have not tried myself.  Ever.  I believe that in order to give good advice, you have to take it.  Anything I tell you to do is tried and true because I have done myself.  I won’t pull thoughts from out of my ass based upon what others have said. I earn my opinions.

Welcome aboard.  Are you ready to get into the best shape of your life?

About Khoa Nuyen

Aging and feeling crummy are for people who don't know any better. If a middle aged dude with a sedentary job can get these results, you can too.
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