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Fitness Hacks: 50 Shortcuts to Effortlessly Cheat Your Way to a Better Body Today by Phil Pierce is an in-depth look at the myths of fitness. By focusing on efficient tactics and secret tips, everyone can break down mental resistance and avoid pointless exercises. Something as simple as building a routine that maximizes effectiveness can slash gym time and burn calories afterward. Learn the truth about weight loss, get fit while building muscle, eat less, enjoy improved energy levels and use these shortcuts to remove the hidden obstacles to weight loss. The engaging advice is based on research and is used by coaches and fitness instructors. The very first step starts with our mental state focus, where the body reacts to exercise with fitness. Some of the simple techniques explored are food choices, reverse counts, banishing scales, gyms, exercise routines and the importance of rewards. These easy-to-use concepts can be used by beginners to advanced. The whole purpose is to make exercise and an improved diet enjoyable for the long haul.
While reading this guide to health, I was struck by the recommendation to forego stretching before exercising. It is actually one of the things I hate doing. So knowing that cutting it out saves time and improves my overall performance was a real plus. Many of the suggestions are easily adoptable, although it is not necessary to do them all. Just a few will make a huge difference. Phil Pierce in Fitness Hacks: 50 Shortcuts to Effortlessly Cheat Your Way to a Better Body Today captures the positive encouragement that precludes effective body transformation. Start now by picking up a copy and enjoying the success of permanent fitness. It is never too late!