Hi There!

My name is Allen and this is a little site that I made to share some of my insights on fitness and my own personal fitness journey.

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My fitness experience has had its ups and downs over the course of my life. When I was in my twenties I would go to the gym quite regularly. After work, I would grab my gym bag, lace up and hit the gym as much as 6 times a week. It was habit.

With a combination of heavy weight lifting and running, I was toned and in great shape to say the least. I could run a mile or so and not even get winded.

Then I hit my thirties. Yikes.

Not only did having kids take away from my free time but I was at the point in my life where my body was slightly slowing down. Although I love my kids more than anything, having my first born ended my gym career for a little while. My priorities simply changed.

Although my diet was never horrible, back in my twenties when I was working out almost every day of the week, I had the luxury of eating practically whenever I wanted and whatever I wanted. Stopping the habit of exercise did not fair well for my body.

I ballooned up 15 pounds in the first few months of having my first kid.

What Im getting at…

What I am trying to say is that I was way out of shape and I didn’t feel like myself as a result. I felt sluggish constantly. It was almost like the feeling when you eat a massive thanks giving dinner and all you can manage to do is sloth around in a semiconscious state of food coma.

Not only that but I wasn’t feeling sharp between the ears either. I felt almost as if my mind wasn’t functioning at full capacity.

Nevertheless, I hated how I looked and felt. I knew that I needed to make a positive change in my life. I had to overcome the slump that I was in.

However, I did not have too much time on my hands two years after my first child. With a second one on the way, I knew I needed to find a fitness solution that wouldn’t take too much time out of my day. I needed something short and sweet that I could partake in just a few times a week to lose fat and hopefully gain muscle.

Sounds unlikely that such a routine exists right? That’s what I thought too.

After sifting through the internet I found a program that claimed to do just what I was looking for called Old School New Body. I was skeptical at first. However, since it was so cheap, I thought I might as well give it a shot.

Long story short, I am so glad that I did.

Of course, apart from my own personal journey, you can also check out the articles in following topics…

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