A gentle push

Dear reader,

One of the great, great things about 0 Excuses Fitness is you do NOT have to go “full bore” each and every time you do it.

In fact, I don’t recommend going all out every time you train. You can if you so choose – and I’ve done it plenty of times – but it’s not recommended for the average trainee.

And even me personally – I’ve been hitting it HARD the past three days, and being I’ve got a busy day lined up ahead of me today (and being I’m pretty sore in certain “unmentionable” areas, hehe) I’m gonna give it a gentle push today.

Just a push – no more – but listen to me now.

I didnt say I’ll do NOTHING.

I said I’ll give it a gentle push i.e. I’ll do SOMETHING.

And that’s yet another thing I recommend in the book and videos, my friend – do SOMETHING every day.

It could be as simple as taking a short and brisk 10 minute walk or perhaps a two minute job – or perhaps 200 Hindus (for those of you that can do that many).

It could be as simple as doing 5 pull-ups and a few leg raises if thats all you’ve got time for that day.

Key is to do SOMETHING every day – and believe you me, this technique will actually help you progress in terms of rep counts etc on the days you DO hit hard.

And if you’re serious, there will be some days where you’ll feel the “hit it hard” in your BONES, my friend – and other days when you KNOW it’s time to take it easy – but still do something.

So here’s today’s tips – LISTEN to your body, my friend. It gives you better advice than I, or any “external” fitness pro ever could.

That, and do something daily. Could be a gentle push or could be a max push – depends – but – JUST DO IT!

Implement this philosophy into your daily life as well, and watch your results SOAR, my friend.


Rahul Mookerjee

P.S.- My book covers PLENTY of other tips as well, my friend – and the “10 Commandments of Physical Success” are just as applicable to LIFE as they are fitness. Find out what they are right HERE- http://0excusesfitness.com/0excusesfitnessystem/