Hey there ,

"Attitude determines altitude." I love this little saying. Your attitude about things will determine your results.

Want to get more out of life?

This week I’ve created a list of 5 things you can do to develop a positive attitude and help you achieve more (including your workouts and your diet! )

We’ve also included original articles by Doug Brignole on the folk tales and myths of exercise choices, a very interesting article on foods that you think might be healthy but aren’t, by Dr. Bob Lefavi; and we’ve even included an article on improving gut health and another on the best time to take supplements.

If you’re like me, you want to take the time to read these very informative original articles which you won’t find anywhere else on the Internet.

As always, we value your feedback and comments, so be sure to rate our articles at the end of each one, please! That will help us to keep doing a better job for you with each issue.

Have a great and healthy week.

Exercise Choices: Don't Get Stuck
in the Folk Tales and Myths
How to Separate fact from fiction for better results in the gym.
Foods You Might Think Are Healthy,
But Aren't: Part 1

Hidden sugars and calories can make "healthy foods" unhealthy.
Attitude Determines Your Altitude
Developing a positive mindset can increase your results.
Improving Gut Health: Gluten Free Food Guide
Avoiding gluten can be tricky, whether you're "gluten sensitive" or not.
When is the Best Time to Take Supplements?
Knowing when to use supplements can benefit your body and your wallet.
Jonte Jones
Lost 22 lbs & 4% Body Fat

The emotional success I experienced during the challenge was my self-body image has improved. After giving birth to my second child two years ago, I was 30lbs overweight. I couldn’t fit my clothes, I felt unattractive, and I didn’t recognize the person I saw in the mirror. Now, I am less self-conscious about my appearance. I can fit into my clothes again and when I look in the mirror, I think to myself "Hey, I know her."
Craig Fawver
Lost 17 lbs & 8% Body Fat
I believe my results show what hard work in the kitchen and gym and home gym/basement can do. I use to be 300 lbs and since 2012 have yo yo-ed my weight. I am happy I have never neared 300 before but I have shown what hard work can do. Thank you again for this program!
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