💪 “Fitness Freedom”

It’s Saturday, I’ve got one kids’ b-ball game under my belt, have one more basketball and two more soccer games. And I love it! 

Yesterday, I told you about Ryan’s long, strange trip to “fitness freedom”. Meaning, over time he has built life-long habits that keep him in almost effortless control of his nutrition and fitness. 

If you missed it, I asked him, “If you had to start today, what would you do?” Before he gave me his recipe, he said something very interesting: 

The biggest mistake I kept making over and over was trying to do too much too quickly because I wanted to get to my goal as fast as humanly possible. When I finally started treating weight loss and fitness like a marathon instead of a sprint – that’s when it all changed. 

And that is the biggest problem I see with all our Crew. 

It’s hard. I get it. We are beaten over the head with before & after pics, “miracle” strategies, and a ton of BS about how we’re going to get shredded in 30 days. 

We all want that.  

But there’s a voice in the back of your head that knows better. He keeps telling you that it’s too good to be true…and he’s right. 

Instead of falling for the radical, overnight, drastic, life-altering changes, I’m going to challenge you to do just 20 minutes per day of strength training, 3 days per week. 

That’s it. 

And it doesn’t have to be super intense. Just start by challenging yourself a little more each time. 

If you don’t have a program to follow, you can check out Micro Workouts™ – Total Body program. Pick the workouts you enjoy, then do them – they all take less than 20 minutes. 

If after 30 days, you’re not feeling stronger, more mobile, and have more energy, send it back. You’ve got nothing to lose. 

We’ve all got 20 minutes for our fitness. 

You’ve got this. 

Your #1 Fan, 

Jeff Pelizzaro 

PS – To get you up and motivated, for a limited time we’re giving away the Golfer’s Warm-Up Blueprint with Micro Workouts™ – Total Body. 

I kid you not, the Warm-Up Blueprint easily saves me 3-5 strokes at the beginning of my round. Sadly, I typically do the 5-minute warm-up because I always seem to be running behind. 

If you’re better with a clock, you’ve got a lot of options to get loosey goosey. 

You can check them both out here: https://18strong.com/training-programs/micro-total