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YOLO!!!

You’ve felt it before… we all have: that swell of self-power…. the inner awareness of the things of which we are capable of.

 

It’s completely natural… and the feeling is indescribable. I would dare say that it’s…intoxicatiing, wouldn’t you agree?

That power that you feel rising up inside of you is ALWAYS there, 24 hours a day, it’s just that our thoughts and beliefs act as smothering blankets to try to put that fire out. Have hope: your powerful inner fire cannot be extinguished.

But what does it truly mean to reach your full potential?

 

Well, what is “Potential”? Essentially, it means all the things that you are capable of doing and being. Obama had the potential to be the president of the United States… and someone saw that potential and pushed him to express it… and he’s president of the united states.

 

I’ve been thinking, and I feel that achieving one’s true potential is not as glamourous as television and our friends and family make it out to be. For one, you have to realize that people have the potential for Great GOOD and EVIL.

 

You may have the potential to be a great Light in this world, or you have the potential to be a great boot on the neck of everyone.

 

You may have the potential to be a star, or … not Potential without the steps to actualize it is useless, like having a brand new BMW in your driveway that doesn’t work. What things are you capable of?

 

Just remember that, as far as we know, this life is the only life that we will ever have… or as Brad Pitt so brilliantly put it in “Troy”: You will never be lovelier than you are now, and we will never be here again….

IF you want to learn to control that powerful swell that builds up in you from time to time, grab your copy of my book “Master keys to Health and Vitality” today. Not only will you control the swell, but you will be able to bring it up ON DEMAND.

 

Best,

Amir

 

 

Are you treating exercise “like a multi-vitamin”?

 

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You’re wondering what I mean by the above question, and here’s what I mean:

Are you one of those people who go to the gym and spend an hour or so lifting weights and running on the ( insert machine name here)?

Most people take the “one shot, one kill” approach to exercise and fitness, meaning that they prefer to get all of their exercising and fitness-ing over and done in a given timeframe, namely an hour.

In my mind, that’s the “vitamin” approach to health and fitness. Like you take all your vitamins at once, so too do most of the population “take” their exercise.

Did you know that you can get into amazing shape in as little as 30 minutes a day? Amazing, right?

Did you know that you can accumulate that 30 minute criteria over the course of the day, meaning that you can break up those 30 minutes into 3 time frames of 10 minutes each?

Awesome!! Is what you’re thinking…

The only criterion that have to met to make sure that you are getting the most from each 10 minute timeframe are:

1) You must work hard enough to induce heavy panting

2) See number 1

That’s it. As I’ve mentioned many time before, intense exercise increases your rate of breathing, which in turn increases your bodys’ fat burning ability. Intense activity induces EPOC, or Exercise Post Oxygen Consumption.

The goal is to work yourself into a heavy pant, 3 times a day, 5 days a week.

Its so easy, but so effective.

Listen carefully, because what you’re about to read will change your life( and wardrobe):

All you need to do to get into better shape is to work yourself up to a heavy pant, 3 times a day, 10 minutes at a go.

You can find anyway you choose to make yourself pant. Take the steps( run up the steps). Make love really hard( read: passionately…) Run around the house until your out of breath. The possibilities are endless.

Ask yourself:” if I could think of five ways to make my 10 minutes of exercise fun, what would I think of?”

No excuses. If you have space and an imagination, then you can get into better shape Right Now.

Now, I’ll warn you up front: when you exercise hard, you’ll breath heavier, and you might take a few moments to recover your normal breathing rate. That’s perfectly normal, and as you continue to work in your 10 min intervals, you’ll find that you return to your normal/baseline breathing rate faster and faster.

Another benefit of this interval training process is that you train your heart to beat stronger. Many people don’t realize this, but having a strong heart will help you survive a heart attack.

Proper cardiovascular training will condition your heart and help you survive a cardiac event.

So get up and make yourself breath hard and heavy and the world will watch you zooming by!!!

Sincerely,

Amir

Im ashamed to die until i have won some victory for humanity.(Horace Mann)

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