Strip That Fat Enables You to Become an Olympic Dieter—Instantly
The most recent Olympic games are now finished; but no matter where you live on this planet, the odds are pretty good that you have managed to watch at least a part of the extravaganza.
If you are an American, or an aspiring athlete of any nationality, you can only be inspired by Mark Phelps.
Using Phelps as an example, ask yourself: Did you see any hesitation to dive in and set yet another record? Do you think that there was any question in his mind as to his ultimate success?
The answer to both of those rhetoricals is a resounding NO–maybe even HELL NO!
And why not?
Could be the total concentration on the goal.
Could be any one or more of a lot of things; but, it could also be the seemingly endless number of defeats along the way. Mark Phelps first had to overcome the inborn fear of the water; then he had to learn to swim–to coordinate all the muscles in his body to propel himself forward.
Then came the endless “failures”. No matter what he did, there was always someone who could swim faster, farther than he could…and they made it look so easy.
And now, many years, many “failures” later, he is not only an Olympic success, his success is unequaled in Olympic history.
And now it’s your turn to become an Olympic Dieter; especially, and only, if you have “failed” often enough.
The opportunities for dieting failure are all around. Do a “google” for “diets” and you will see twenty-nine million, five hundred thousand (that’s 29,500,000) pages. Even if you have already tried half of them (at least it FEELS that way), you are still faced with the opportunity to fail another 15 million times. And that’s good; but a bit extreme.
To become a true “Olympic Dieter”, any number of failures will be enough to put you in the “semi-finals” at least. Of course, the longer you have been trying and the more times you have failed, the more qualified you’ve become.
You can’t have missed Slim Fast, Nutrisystem, and Jenny Craig. They do the most advertising; and that usually means they are the most successful and make the most money.
True “Olympic Dieters” however, measure success in weight, not dollars. You decide.
So go ahead. If one of those remaining 15,000,000 pages appeals to you, give it a shot. Just remember to call it another “training exercise”. For the purposes of this article…failures are good. Required, in fact.
My most recent “training exercise” involved $60 per month cups of “secret Oriental tea”( I don’t know if it was green, black or white–only that it was “not available in stores”).
The accompanying instructions advised that I should EAT LESS, EXERCISE MORE, AND DRINK TWO CUPS OF THE MAGIC TEA every day.
At this point in an “Olympic Dieter’s” training, the question arises: “And what happens if I eat less… exercise more…and DON’Tuse the MAGIC potion?”
See how easy it is to get to the semi-finals? But, numerous failures were required to learn this most important lesson.
The Holy Grail for “Olympic Dieters” will be that one page among the twenty-nine and a half million “possibles” that enables us to get to the platform and receive our gold medal by eating…more or less, and exercising…more or less.
As recent converts to the “Olympic Dieting” concept, Gayle and I will be using the information contained in the Strip That Fat package—health dieting with a healthy diet built around healthy (yet very appealing) foods.Lose Weight at Home
The plans include admission to the “Olympic Dieter’s” gold medal club (80 pounds or more); and to do so within the next six months… ending July 1st, 2009.
To firm up our commitment we have posted some pretty scary pictures. See for yourself. Lose Weight in Two Weeks
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