Have you ever wondered how some people can stay physically fit with seemingly minimal effort while others struggle? While it is true that genetics plays a part in our physical fitness levels, a lot comes down to our daily habits, which is what this course is all about.
Based on the Nurses' Health Study (NHS), the world's most extensive, longest-running study of health and wellness, combined with personal experience from the author, you'll learn what goes into long-term healthy living over the next thirty days. This enormous study tracked 121,700 nurses over twenty years in the initial group and now has over 275,000 participants with more than four decades of data.
This email-based course will keep you moving forward as it walks you through creating the healthy habits exhibited by the participants who achieved and maintained a healthy weight for decades.
If you have questions, reply to your email, and your coach will help answer them!
- Learn which foods to add to your diet and which to avoid for long-term weight control.
- Learn which habits make the most significant long-term impact on your physical health.
- Create quick and healthy go-to meals, so you know what to eat when you're in a rush.
- Create workout routines that work with your schedule.
About The Author:
A busy father of five, Don Smith got tired of feeling sick and tired in his early thirties. Diving deep into the science behind healthy habits, he put this research into action in his own life, losing thirty pounds and completing three Tough Mudders, which are 10-12 mile obstacle courses inspired by British Special Forces designed to push participants to their mental and physical limits.
Now in his 40s, he is an avid soccer player and teaches others through this course how to incorporate the same daily habits that transformed his life. You'll have a direct line to Don to ask any questions by simply replying to your email throughout the course!
** DISCLAIMER: Your results may vary. As with any weight loss or exercise program, please check with your physician to ensure you do not have underlying issues that would prevent you from participating. **