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A > visual conclusion to end yesterday’s newsletter @ just posted it.
Well… What I mean by that. Is that nothing stays the same for ever.
– YOUR needs and wants change (Like on the S-curve age timeline).
– The people around you change.
– The ‘markets’ that you’re into, change.
All sh*t just changes.
And it’s no different here in S-curve world. And we’ve already seen some big shifts happen, year after year on here. Which you would have been a part of too, if you’re reading this.
And since it’s #FBF today… Let’s look back at all the changes that have happened… And what’s to come.
It’s all happened organically @ this…
And slowly butt surely (I had to get that pun in there)… All followers, FitBuzzers and S-curve members have accepted that @ it’s definitely more than just becoming S-curvish at this point.
It just ‘starts’ there (I say this to everyone, that I meet @ the first time).
It soon got replaced by the Aphrodite Butt Building video program (Still the best ‘Becoming S-curvish’ routine). A program that was a part of a $200 ‘bundle’ of all the ‘then’ S-curve program’s, called Operation S-curve.
That remained popular until 2014.
That’s when we began our first $66 monthly program. Stages 1-4 on More buzz… Is a DEEP evolution of that.
All of this has been documented daily via the RECAPO > newsletter archive. Every single day! (Take a look).
We used to place a ton of links in every newsletter that went out (Looked horrible). And each link represented something that we were into… Before calling that stuff, a part of today’s S-curve experience.
But eventually… ‘One page’ had to get created for all of it. That’s what’s on More buzz.
It’s the new business card website link, for everyone I show our Instagram to. And they ‘get it’ instantly.
The internet is becoming a reflection of the offline world. Which also means you can’t pull old internet tricks on any one, anymore (At least not as easily).
For us – Something like, fake scarcity.
For you – Buy something and refund it instantly (Don’t do that with anything ‘today’… You’ll lose your money
@ being old school internet shady).
But in terms of anonymity… It no longer exists. Facebook started the death of anonymity in 2007. And it’s here to stay.
So no longer can you be a weirdo behind a screen. Especially if you’re here to get real help. Which is also why we’ve been updating every moment @ life… LIVE, in the past few years. As stated earlier.
You’ve seen me introduce ‘You can optional’ on stages 1-4 on More buzz. And it really is a very early adoption option, for everyday folks.
But almost every industry in the world is about to be rocked by crypto and blockchain shenanigans. And I’ve been involved behind the scenes.
So that’s my attempt to get you involved. If at least a little.
And then even more so, as we start to see that stuff being used, in everyday life. Which would of course be evident within the S-curve experience. The first thing that comes to mind is Travel-curvish ‘use cases’.
Let’s face it, you can have all the information in the world about diet and exercise, but that information won’t do anything for you unless you put it into action. “You should do this” and “You should do that,” but how many of those “shoulds” are you actually doing?
It can be tough to go it alone. There’s so much information out there about the Paleo diet and lifestyle, some of which can even be contradictory. You want to adopt the “ancestral” lifestyle, but where do you begin? There is no one-size-fits-all answer. You need three things in addition to information: tools, practice, and support.
There’s no better place to find the best tools for getting on board with a Paleo lifestyle than the annual Paleo f(x) event, held in Austin, Texas, April 27–29. It is a gathering not only of your tribe, but also of companies developing the best, cutting-edge products and tools to support you in reaching your health goals. You’ll find tools in every category:
You might have heard me say this before, but you cannot become good at basketball by just learning about basketball. The same can be said about a Paleo lifestyle. You must practice and actually DO things. At Paleo f(x), you’ll find things to actually TRY and DO.
For example, there’s a dedicated Strength & Conditioning area where you can find a variety of demonstrations and workshops by world-class coaches and athletes. These are taught in small-group settings. Are you looking to perfect your squatting technique? Have you always wanted to incorporate kettlebells into your workout? Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, there’s something for you.
It’s one thing to choose a Paleo lifestyle for yourself. It’s another to be surrounded by thousands of other people who love it too. Paleo f(x) is exactly that. It’s the largest gathering of Paleo / ancestral health / keto / Functional Medicine / strength & conditioning experts in the world.
It’s where we get to connect with thousands of like-minded people pursuing a Paleo-inspired diet and lifestyle—and not in a buzzy, superficial way, but in a way that embraces Paleo as a 360-degree template for adapting your habits to reverse countless chronic conditions.
Paleo f(x) is the who’s who gathering of the ancestral health movement. Gather with your tribe as you grow and learn together. You’ll find the latest, most cutting-edge science as well as a strategy on how to create the best version of your life.
Imagine spending three days with like-minded people who are just as eager as you to change their lives for the better. Meet the leading names in the Paleo world, and meet each other. One of the best ways to stay on track is to have a support group. You can create a network of people that will help you reach and maintain your goals.
And that doesn’t include the experts you can hear from and even meet. Who can you find at Paleo f(x)?
You’ll get to hear from speakers such as:
(You’ll also be more likely to catch me at our booth this year since most years I take some time to go play at Austin’s amazing surf park, which is closed this year.)
The event takes place April 27–29. Get your tickets now before prices go up on April 24.
If you can’t make it to Austin, you can virtually attend all the keynote sessions for $99, or get livestream access and recordings of all the keynote sessions for $199.
The Kresser Institute team and I will be at Booth #44—make sure you come say hi. And throughout the conference, I’ll being talking about such topics as:
I’ll also be sharing information about the ADAPT Health Coach Training Program, our first-in-the-nation health coach training to take an ancestral approach to diet and lifestyle. The program is specifically designed to equip, support, and train health coaches to do paradigm-shifting work that reinvents healthcare.
Making real, lasting lifestyle and behavior changes isn’t a switch you flip. It takes ongoing effort and support. Paleo f(x) can help kickstart those behavior changes.
Get your tickets before prices increase or even worse, sell out, and join me and thousands of others April 27–29.
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What Happens To Your Muscle When You Stop Working Out?
Do you lose muscle?
How long does it take to lose muscle after you stop lifting weights?
These are some common questions that I get asked. And in this Ask Lee video Q and A Dav Harrison asks:
Is it true that if you don’t use the muscle you lose it? I read this somewhere. I haven’t been to the gym in a while and I feel weaker and smaller. If I start working out again will I gain the muscle back quicker?
Click PLAY To Get The Answer…
Note: if you can’t watch the embedded video clip above,
you can watch it right on my YouTube Channel by Clicking Here
You will lose muscle if you stop working out. However, it’s not instant. It’s not like if you stop working out for a week you’re going to shrivel away to nothing. But if you let yourself go several weeks on end with no weight training then you will start to lose your muscle strength and fullness.
If you don’t use it, you will lose it. You have to provide stress and demands on the muscle in order to give it a reason to grow bigger and stronger.
However, the good news is that you can re-gain lost muscle quicker the second time around. This is what’s referred to as muscle memory. It’s easier and faster to re-build muscle that you had previously, then it is to build that muscle mass in the first place.
So while it may have taken you a year or more to build up to a certain level of muscular development. You should be able to return to that level within several weeks of regular workouts in the gym.
The main thing you need to focus on is being consistent with your workouts so that you make regular weight training a part of your lifestyle. And not get caught up in the whole working out on and off again pattern.
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