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It is so easy to abandon our goals if they do not bring us immediate results.

There is motivation. We "do what we're told" but our bodies still don't like what we do and it interferes with our lives.

So we get frustrated, get angry, react, rush off to something else, or stop.

Today's world is so fast that we seek instant gratification.

Quick fixes don't work.

But the dark side behind these "magic buttons," "get rich quick" and "fast track" techniques?

It rarely works!

I often meet with clients and they always ask me, "Ekemba, what do I need to do to get great rewards?

And I think that's one of the most incoherent ideas about how to take care of our bodies today.

Everyone wants to live a good life, and we want to help ourselves to take care of ourselves, not hold our bodies back.

But there is a big problem with the information that is coming out. It's all incoherent, and it's not something you really need to do, but it's marketing first and foremost.

To really take care of your body, you have to have a plan...

When I first started training, it was to play sports. My goal was to be good at the sports I was playing.

Then I wanted to lose weight and build muscle.

Then I trained to correct injuries and imbalances.

These programs are all different. But they are all interchangeable, "tools in the toolbox" and thrown around under the guise of "change". But the reality is that they are difficult to put together and it takes some time for individual programs to be effective.

We're on the right track for you.

It is only when I am forced to take a step forward to heal an injury that I begin to study the rules and philosophies that are designed to help my body function at its best.

It's easy to feel like you're doing what you need to do because you're active, and the exercises are satisfying for you and everyone else.

However, just because some information is correct doesn't mean it's completely right or completely right for you.

It's easy to get stuck in a rut in today's health and fitness industry because it's so easy to be imitated.

If you don't really know what you're doing, or you're only referring to moving your body and working out.

Chances are, you are not achieving your goals.

In general, in order to get the satisfaction of achieving what you really want, you have to do what others don't.

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