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4 Ways to Stay on Track

Written on January 29, 2008 at 2:58 am, by Eric Cressey

Back in 1999, I made the decision to flip a switch and dive into a healthy lifestyle, to theextreme. The all-or-nothing mindset has always worked pretty well for me, and if you’re readingTestosterone, you’ve probably been lumped into the nutrition/training/fitness/health nut category a few times in your life.

This all-or-nothing mindset was all well and good back when I was a college guy and didn’t have the obligations I do today. But right around the time that TC taught me about the birds and the bees, life got more complex and I realized that I was going to have to learn to be a lot more flexible if I wanted to keep my string of dedication intact.

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  • Hi there!

    Wow! 8 years of consistent workouts is very impressive! Especially the fact that you didn’t eat any of the junk food as well in that period!

    A real inspiration for all of us I am sure. I love your tips on what basically boils down to as endurance! This is an article that I will read over and over again.

    You sound like a man that is really focused and determined to get anything done. Whatever it takes!

    Keep up the great work and thank you for sharing this.


  • Josh

    Any advice for the night shift workers and trying to keep a solid workout routine? I’ve been on nights for a year now at a food service warehouse, all Manuel labor so I’ve been having issues with keeping my energy up and actually getting to the gym to train. Any words of wisedom?


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