Yes, most fitness professionals have a great body, demonstrating their ability to help you achieve a nice body if you follow their example.
The question is, can you follow their example? Can you exercise for 1, 2, or 3 hours most days? Can you constantly be watching everything you eat, not being able to eat certain foods, or drastically having to cut down on the amount you eat of a particular food for the rest of your life? In other words, can you make your life all about fitness, just like most fitness professionals? If you can, follow their example, and you will see results and maintain those results.
However, if you can't see yourself living like that for the rest of your life, you should find a different example to follow because with their example, whatever results you achieve will be temporary. That is part of why around 95% of people who lose weight end up regaining the weight. They could not stick with the example they followed to lose weight and get in shape.
A Better Example to Follow.
Have you noticed how, in healthy regions, people don't live the way fit people live in Western societies? In other words, they don't spend hours in the gym, don't count calories, points, or measure their food, and eat all the carbs they want. And yet, they maintain their excellent health with no problem while genuinely enjoying life.
That is the example I have followed for years; the results speak for themselves. I can maintain my great shape without having to spend hours working out and without having to watch my diet constantly. I am over 50, and besides looking fit, I have the energy of a 20-year-old, and in the past 15 years, I have gotten sick once.
No, I don't have the perfect genes, but I have an excellent approach to getting in shape and staying in shape for life. I developed this approach over my long fitness career, which started in 1992, and my approach follows the example of healthy regions.
I didn't just study healthy regions; I was born and raised in one. I was raised on a Greek island, and when I lived there in the 70s and 80s, thin was the norm, and people lived long, healthy lives free from most diseases that people suffer from today.
My approach focuses on five simple habits that all healthy regions around the world have in common. Developing these five healthy habits will be like putting your weight loss program on autopilot. Your new habits will enable you to achieve a body you are proud of, robust health that prevents disease, and more energy to enjoy life without thinking about everything you must do consciously!
I have been teaching my unconventional approach to putting weight loss on autopilot for years at his Facility in Danbury, CT, with great success. Now through The Stavros Method, which just went live, anyone with internet excess can join my fitness approach and learn how to get in shape for life.
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So, in conclusion, be careful whose example you follow when trying to get in shape. Make sure you can live with their example.