“What is unpopular is often what is NEEDED”
- Unpopular decisions are tough - but need to be taken.

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Well, so I woke up to an interesting slew of comments on social media, and a few via email w.r.t. my latest decision on “Eat More – – Weigh Less” morphing BACK to what it originally was, “Advanced Hill Training”.

A NICHE course for those truly interested in getting into the best shape of their lives – SUPER quick – and certainly not for the average Joe or the average price shopper out there (though curiously enough, the RESULTS this course will get the average Joe if they just do the thing beg to beggar belief, if I may say so!).

And you’ll remember the case of a person named “Alan” who I’ve spoken about here in this email newsletter before.

You’ll also remember a person named “Linda”, hehe.

Both polar opposites. One who took the time to POLITELY message me and ask me why he was removed from the employment group I administer (one of the best employment resources by the way for you guys looking for JOBS in that part of the world – and yet one of the most unpopular – at least outwardly so – due to my style of administration) … and the other who took the sneaky route and tried to “buy her way back in”, but miserably failed at doing even THAT. Hehe.

I don’t think it takes a rocket scientist to guess which is which!

And this would be a good point to bring something up.

If someone disagrees with me, even on something that I have a very STRONG opinion on, but if they do so politely and with restraint, while pointing out the FACTS – guess what.

When people talk in a civilized manner to me – – and a RATIONAL manner – – yours truly will do ALL he can to bend over backwards and help these people out, even if he doesn’t necessarily agree with what they’re saying or doing (within reason of course).

But it’s the HYPOCRITES – and the entitled lot (both often the same) that I cannot STAND, my friend, and while hypocrisy isn’t the topic of this email, it’s a subject for another article I’ve penned on the topic.

I try and keep my lengths down (in terms of what I write via email) to the bare minimum possible, as not all people have the time to go through lengthy emails, but when it comes to articles and expressing myself – well – ALL bets are OFF there, my friend.

I’m my verbose self and then SOME – and my LinkedIin account – as well as my Medium account would be a good one to check out some longer pieces, and my UNABASHEDLY POLITICALLY INCORRECT, to the point, and TRUE opinions on what is going on in general in the world (and of course, the fitness world).

And the next piece (specifically on LinkedIn, and I believe my 68th LONG form article there) is gonna be about hypocrisy.

Be sure and check it out for those interested (oh, and by the way, the number 68. Very special to me, so I’m going to celebrate it with a special article indeed!).

Anyway back to unpopular and it being exactly what is needed.

My style of administration in the employment group, for instance, is something highly unpopular and polarizing, but it is what is NEEDED to keep the group a quality group.

As I told Alex the other way, give them an inch and they take several miles, and there goes the carefully put together group and it’s guidelines within the space of a few pissers, moaners, groaners, and complainers.

The rules are applied fairly WITHOUT exception. And that’s not a popular way to do things. Some group administrators often “cosy up” to their members of fear of them leaving.

I don’t. If people leave, they leave. That’s their business. Those that stay … well, I’m HERE for ya!

And that’s the same spirit in which I renamed what is probably my BEST course out there TILL DATE if you’re looking to burn off flab at record speeds.

It wasn’t a very popular decision from what I can tell.

And neither was the initial nomenclature very popular with a lot of folks.

But guess what.

As Alan correctly stated in his comment, unpopular is often what is needed – and you have to look no further than the current U.S President to see the truism of this  – – and on a smaller scale, 0 Excuses Fitness.

You’ll never seen me tom tomming what the experts jump up and down about.

You’ll never see me follow the path most traveled.

You’ll never see me listen to the experts that claim “emailing your list honestly and more than once a day will drive people AWAY and cause you to lose sales”.

And most of all, the people that say I should “keep certain thoughts to myself”.

Nah. That ain’t me. That ain’t my style. And that ain’t my fitness style either, amigo.

Take it or leave it – that’s Rahul Mookerjee in a nutshell for you – and THIS right HERE is Advanced Hill Training for YOU – and it WILL get you in the best shape of your life at record speeds – – guaranteed!

The ball is in your court now, my friend.


Rahul Mookerjee

P.S – By the way, if you haven’t already, make sure to pick up Corrugated Core – a course that will help you as well in losing that stubborn belly fat, as well as building strength all throughout your entire body (and get you ready for the beach post lockdown, hehe) – – right here – – https://0excusesfitness.com/corrugated-core/

P.S #2 – Be on the outlook for the piece on hypocrisy. Coming soon to LinkedIn, hehe.

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