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Mission Motivation: A Realistic Guide to Getting and Staying Fit

4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Kindle Edition, 68 pages
Published 2013 by AskMen
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Angela Alfonso
'the tortosie wins the race, the hare runs out at full velocity, barfs up a lung and then says 'screw it this is too hard I quit'

Simple read but brings you back to basics...makes you think about the real reason you exercise.....'The exercise you do define you as a person.
They change your perspective on the world, so that fit and healthy living is just part of who you are'
Jon Wexford
Loved it. Great to keep you going toward your fitness goals.
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“Going overboard on a quest for perfection leads to life suckage and backsliding.” 1 likes
“The ordinary miracle is the one that can actually happen. It can be seen in  people who hated exercise, lived off junk food and were in a death spiral — until they changed. Usually via a slow and steady approach, more tortoise than hare, but they changed. It was a long process, but they got leaner and more muscular. They worked hard to build strength, speed and stamina. They looked and felt better. They got out of the death spiral and began to enjoy life much more. For them, looking back on who they used to be and who they became, it seems miraculous.” 0 likes
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