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HOW TO KEEP YOUR SANITY IN DIETARY CONFINEMENT
In his book, How to Keep Your Sanity In Dietary Confinement, author Alex Lind shares some of his insights and personal experiences relating to dieting and weight training.
Alex is a certified personal trainer and trains as a competitive athlete. Naturally, his diet incorporates some very strict eating habits which can often become so monotonous and boring that it can lead to cheating or quitting on a diet altogether.
Growing up, Alex always had a passion for fitness and cooking. Combining these two loves has led him to find inventive ways to honor his strict diet regimen yet be creative within those confines. The recipes in this book are unlike any you will find in most cook books and his insight into how to stay on the path to the body image you’re seeking will be very helpful to anyone struggling from dieting boredom.
He enjoys bringing his training and dieting programs to corporations seeking to offer his assistance to their workforce. A healthy employee is a happier and more productive one.
Alex is also available to speak and do cooking demos and for private training.
Alex hopes to help as many people as possible live happier and healthier lives.
Alex's Commitment to Fitness
No one likes the word diet. It starts with the word die. But in the scheme of things, if you want to change your body, how you look, how you feel, what you eat is a big part of the equation.
The question you have to ask yourself is, how serious are you about becoming in peak physical shape? Are you in training for competitions? Do you have health issues that need to be addressed so you can live a better, longer life, or do you just want to have as little body fat as possible because it makes you feel good to look good and be in really great shape.
You need to have an exercise routine and stick to that but you also need to be very strict about what you eat. I know because I’m very serious about my conditioning. I train for competitions and have for some time but I didn’t start where I am now. It took some time and a lot of dedication.