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Fitness enthusiast, professional, single dad.
My fitness philosophy is that a healthy body should be lightweight, strong, and flexible without specializing in any one area. Maintaining or improving health shouldn't be intrusive to your lifestyle or cost you lots of money for supplements or diet plans. Your motivation should be for self improvement and longevity, not for impressing the opposite sex. The development of a nice physique should be a bi-product of living a healthy lifestyle, not your main motivation. It is for these reasons that I believe many people burnout and fall short of their goals.
I prefer lightweight, lean and toned physiques to overly bulky and muscled ones. Too much focus in any one area takes too much away from enjoying daily life, the food I like and overall athletic flexibility. Who wants such massive muscles that you weigh 250lbs, need to eat 5000 calories a day and spend hundreds a month on supplements to maintain it? I'd rather light, strong and powerfully quick which is easier to maintain and better suits daily life.
On a more personal note, I'm single never married and that's the way I like it.
I believe Johnny Depp said it best in his character as John Dillinger, "I like baseball, movies, nice clothes, fast cars and good whiskey.."
Why I want to get in shape
I'm currently in the best condition I've been in since I was 17, so I'm happy about where I'm at right now.
- Self confidence, discipline, accomplishment, physical wellness
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