In 2015 I weighed 250 Lbs and my waist was 46" around. I felt "large", slow and uncomfortable. This "big me" had slowly "appeared" over the last 10 years and now it had to change. A pleasant walk in the park reinforced that need when I suffered what was later called a "mild heart attack."
Here's how I shed 50 lbs and 12" around my waist doing something very simple that anyone can do. It's not hard, it's not expensive and it does not require you become a gym rat or deny yourself tasty food. It's my lazy way to weight loss because I hate exercise and diets ... like most sane people - right?
Watch this short 5 part series as I explain what happened, how I changed things and how you can enjoy the same results too.
Discover the back story that brought me (literally) to my knees and to an awareness that things needed to change.
Ignorance is not bliss and not being a medically trained professional I began my own research. Why? Because I've been in "marketing" for decades and know how much of an influence we copywriters and persuaders have on the "truth" of a topic and the reality of healthy food is not what it seems.
Being a "LAZY" fan of food and a hater of diets and exercise, I needed an approach that would work - thankfully I found not one, but 3!
The results of my lazy weight loss program speak for themselves ... not only did I lose 50Lbs of weight and 12" around my waist but my 'bad' cholesterol, blood pressure and resting heart rate were all affected too ...
In this wrap up summary lecture I talk about staying motivated and what you can do when you fall off the wagon. I also teach you another BONUS (diet tip) that's not really a diet tip. Just say ... [blank] - you'll see.
I'm a best-selling author, top rated instructor, certified Evernote consultant and Infusionsoft Marketing Automation Coach. I've helped over 15,000 people in 150 countries and bring 3 decades of training, coaching and technology consulting to bear in my programs, courses and products from the private, public and university sectors. I'm happy to connect online and you'll usually find me on Facebook or Twitter - just look up my profile @JamesBurchill