Discover why now more than ever, food matters.
On Saturday 6th august in the heart of London. Be Better London will return, with another thought provoking and inspiring event.
Two well respected speakers with a wealth of knowledge and experience in their field, will be exploring the various aspects of food and nutrition at this exciting event.
Interested? Come join us, learn more and secure your spot.
I often get asked about what is the best diet, to lose body fat, drop a few pounds or pack on solid muscle.
Listen, any diet will work until it doesn't. If it's based on calorie restriction and getting you physically active, you will probably see results for the first month to six weeks.
After that, this is where things get challenging for most people, and they go off frantically in search of the next best thing to help them to continue to get results.
This is normal.
But there is a far more powerful question that I believe you should be asking, before you even attempt to start a diet, or nutrition plan.
This short two part video I made will give you clarity very quickly.
The truth is we have all quit something at some point in our lives.
This is normal.
But an important of emotional maturity is knowing when to quit and knowing when to draw a line and stand firm.
If its still in alignment with your values.
Still part of your vision.
Isn't killing off your dream or draining your vitality.
Deep down you know you still want it.
Its whats right for you.
Fight for it.
If not, move on with no drama.
The right time is not always, "Now."
Sometimes you just have to be patient.
You can't expect to pick an apple the same day you plant the apple seed.
Somethings take time to grow, until the time is ripe, wait until then to reap the fruit of your labour.
This takes patience.
This applies to weight loss, strength training, becoming the person you want to be, and creating your vision out there in the world.
When I first started boxing, my coach Sid Khan, always used to sucker me in when on the pads and BOOM!!
Smack me upside the head with this reminder, "Only fools rush in."
I soon learned.
Sometimes you need to take immediate action. But not always.
It was Abraham Lincoln who once said,
"Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend four hours preparing the axe."