How to Simplify Your Fitness Routine: Stop Majoring In Minors
The reason fitness is so confusing is because people spend too much time majoring in minors. In other words, they fuss over what are ultimately a series of very petty details, rather than being consistent with fundamentals and principles.
Examples include: Can I have BCAAs when I fast? Is a banana OK post workout, or is pasta better? What about eggs–should I eat the yolks, or no? (OK, this one I’ll answer: Eat the damn yolks.)
Who cares whether you should have a banana or cup of pasta post workout. I’m telling you: It doesn’t really matter. Fitness should be simple–HAS to be simple. Because complication gets in the way of consistency, and thinking in the way of acting. There’s a term for this: Paralysis by analysis. Don’t let it happen to you.
Because people who major in the minors tend to fuss over trivialities while letting the big, important stuff get away: Eat lightly, and lift a lot of weight.
How to Simplify Your Fitness Routine,
and Get Better, Faster Results
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