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World Champion Fitness Expert Transforms Lives With The Eco-diet

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Sean Kelly, former fat guy turned record breaking power-lifter, elite fitness trainer, and author, has launched The Eco-Diet[1] a new diet and fitness formula that will change the way we think about food and exercise forever. Armed with over 12 years of meticulous research and backed by hundreds of client success stories, Sean identifies the root causes of the problem and takes aim at government, big agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and the $60 billion dollar diet and fitness industry.

His research includes the exercise programs of pro-athletes and Olympians. I asked, what are the strongest, fastest men and women on the planet doing to reach elite physical condition. Lets do that! According to Sean, elite athletes follow a simple fitness triad thats conspicuously absent in fad diet and fitness routines and then he lays it all out in The Eco-Diet.

Eco-Diet enthusiasts include, Alain Kashama who played pro-football for the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears before training as a pro-boxer. Im a perfect example of the facts and ideas in the book, says Kashama who went from 280 pounds as an NFL defensive end, to a 240 pound pro-boxer.

World Blind Power-lifting Champion, Stephen Jesso became a true believer after dropping 127 pounds in less than a year on the Eco-Diet. Not only did I get stronger, leaner and improve my overall health, I was able to eat an abundance of clean, natural food. As a once big guy and still a big eater, this diet is right up my alley.

According to Sean, hunger diets are the worst thing you can do to try to lose weight. He also assails aerobic stair machines and treadmills to nowhere mainstays of traditional gym routines. When we were kids, we loved to move. We were often punished for moving too much. Weve now managed to somehow turn movement into punishment.

To date, Kellys proudest success is with middle-aged men and women who are overwhelmed, overweight and have failed repeatedly at traditional diets and fitness plans. Kelly says the secret is scaling the proven strategies used by elite athletes into a simple program that anyone can follow. Humans have a healthy, natural evolutionary diet,[2] Kelly says. Just like any other animal on the planet, terrible things happen to us when we divert from it. The Eco-diet provides a unique, simple plan that anyone can follow to successfully embrace our evolutionary diet.

The Eco-Diet is available at www.eco-diet.com[3], as well as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony, ibooks, and other major distributors. To watch the video summary[4], visit our media page to learn more about the Eco-Diet and Sean Kelly.

Additionally you can get valuable fitness and diet tips by liking and following The Eco-Diet on Facebook.

About Sean Kelly, Author of the Eco-Diet

Sean Kelly is an NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association) CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) and CPT (Certified Personal Trainer). He has achieved over a dozen national and world power lifting records.

Seans main areas of interest include advanced strength training and anthropology related to diet.

Sean puts the ideas in his book into practice every day at Fortis Fitness gym, www.fortisfitness.ca[5]. There, people are introduced to these uniquely effective philosophies regarding diet, exercise and building muscle. For over 20 years, Sean has been researching and discovering the endemic causes of our societys obesity and diet related ill-health epidemics. He has practiced and applied these unconventional but highly effective solutions with great success.

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  1. ^ The Eco-Diet (cts.businesswire.com)
  2. ^ healthy, natural evolutionary diet, (cts.businesswire.com)
  3. ^ www.eco-diet.com (cts.businesswire.com)
  4. ^ watch the video summary (cts.businesswire.com)
  5. ^ www.fortisfitness.ca (cts.businesswire.com)
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  1. Fitness Tips To Prepare To Join The Army? I want to join the army, and I would like some fitness tips so I can whip my butt into shape. I’m almost 16 right now, and I’m not really in shape. Any advice from people who have any kind of military experience would be great, or if you just know some tips. Thanks!

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      • HealthNut
      • July 20, 2013
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      Hey man,

      You will need to build mental toughness more than anything, but you will learn that once you join.

      you should start out by doing 200-300 push-ups, 200-300 sit-ups, and 50-100 pull-ups everyday. It does not have to be all at once.

      You will need to get your general fitness levels up. The best way to do that is by doing this

      Jumping jacks-30 seconds
      shuffle splits- 30 seconds
      mountain climbers- 30 seconds
      burpess 30 seconds.

      repeat that 3-4 times. Before joining the army you should be doing that for 30 minutes a day.

      That should help you get started. If you have anymore questions, please ask.

      Good luck.

      Danny lupiani

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    What Are Your Best Tips To Live A Healthy Life? Health tips in any area would be great. Especially what foods to eat, fitness tips, avoiding colds or being sick, and being happier.

    Sorry it’s so broad, but I just wanted some really good tips or secrets, or anything. Thanks!

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      • HealthNut
      • July 20, 2013
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      One has to be happy, not worry about everything little thing that goes wrong, think of others who have life a lot worse or the ones who are gone who whould like to swich with you, but most importantly, you must cleanse your body of toxins and take suppliments.

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    What Are The Best Fitness Tips ? I want to know What are the best fitness tips ?

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      • HealthNut
      • July 20, 2013
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      Fitness Tip 1 :
      Change does not have to be Hard :
      The majority of the fitness tips that you come across nowadays would request you to go for extended exercises in gym and eat only salads in addition to get registered with various elevated priced health clubs. By fitness tips, the majority of us believe that we have to totally change our life-style and thus the majority of us never bother to think about various helpful fitness tips. The terror of abandoning your dietetic habits is one of the obstacles between people and fitness tips.

      Fitness Tip 2 :
      Try to discover the golden signify between over training and concrete, tangible exercises gains and advantages . Calculate carefully the depth, period and frequency of your exercises. You require visible and quick results but a burnout might prove disastrous .

      Fitness Tip 3 :
      No exercises program and no diet will bring long term consequences if you do not make a serious responsibility. Nourish your self motivation and person discipline. Look into the mirror , if your eyes slash and spark at that time you be able to go on. Put Specific Objectives Setting specific goals means that you have to forget going to the fitness center without even knowing the cause you go. For example, set the practical objective of gaining 5 pounds of muscle mass throughout the next couple of months or to improve your bench weight 10 percent. Your exercises, your diet, your supplementation even your brain must be focused on this objective.

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    • Isy
    • July 20, 2013
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    I Want To Lose A Few Kilos But Not A Heap, Dieting And Fitness Tips..? I weigh 58 kilos, and I don’t really want to lose too much weight, maybe 5 or 6 kilos, but I mostly just want to tone up. Do you know any dieting/fitness tips? I’m going to the gym 5 times a week, and on the days I’m not there I’m going for a run. Any tips on what to spend my time on at the gym? Thank you x

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      • HealthNut
      • July 20, 2013
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      Dear Isy,

      One thing you need to understand is that you have to work hard if you want to change the shape of your body. That means a balance of medium-high intensity cardio exercise along with challenging strength training workouts.

      For weight loss, you’ll need to get about 5 cardio workouts each week at a medium-high intensity for at least 30 minutes. If you’re a beginner, it’s best to start slow and work your way up but, if you’re in good condition and have no restrictions, challenging yourself with harder workouts is the best way to burn more calories. Interval training is a good choice because studies show you continue to burn calories even after you’ve stopped exercising.

      In addition to your cardio workouts, you’ll need to lift weights for all your muscle groups at least 2 non-consecutive days a week. And, by lifting weights, that means using enough weight that you can ONLY complete the desired number of reps. For example, if you’re doing 12 bicep curls, you need to use enough weight that you can only do 12 bicep curls and not one more. Most people don’t lift enough weight to really challenge their muscles.

      What you need to engage in is a well balanced all rounded diet with considerable physical exertion over a prolonged time period. Food can be broken down into 5 major groups. These groups are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals and water. The body needs varying amounts of these types of food so that the adequate amount of nutrients is supplied to the body. A well-balanced diet does not mean an equal amount of each type of food, as our body requires more of some nutrients than others.

      Each type of food plays a significant role in our body but excesses or deficiencies of certain types of food can also harm the body and produce a negative impact on our health.

      It is very important that we know how much of each type of food we are supposed to consume and that we eat in a sensible way. This means eating regular meals at “least” three times a day and drinking plenty of water, but what I would suggest is breaking it down to 5 smaller meals a day and having your last solid meal before 6pm after that you are only allowed to have pure low fat milk a mug or two would be a good idea to cut down on excessive cravings.

      Hope this answers your question.

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