A drop in the ocean

If you are looking to make a change it’s not an hour of exercise per week you need help with.

It’s the support outside of that gym session. Sure a trainer beasting you in the gym is fun and exercise is great and you’ll feel good it. But to make changes you need to go beyond that. You need to look past someone counting how many burpees you’ve done. To someone who can give you support outside of that gym session.

I’ve seen people that have had trainers for years and made zero change. That’s because one hour of the week that you exercise is futile when it comes to improving your health. It’s a drop in the ocean. 

As I said it will make you feel good for having done it but if you don’t have your nutrition on point it doesn’t matter. if you don’t have your sleep and stress managed then you aren’t getting to the crux of it.

It’s like putting a plaster on a broken arm

Lifestyle choices, the things that you’ve engrained over the years. Are the things that have got you into this situation. One hour of beasting a week isn’t going to help.

And what happens outside of that gym session with a trainer? You’ll have a vague idea of what to do from the sessions you’ve had but as soon as you walk out of the gym. You are on your own. This is tragic because that one hour in the gym accounts for only 4% of your day.

The other 96% is going to be a guessing game, the foods you eat your sleep cycle, how you manage stress, your activity. Plus all the other things that encompass your quality of life.

Without knowing what to do for the rest of the week you are stuck. Unaware of what you need to do to change your body nor do you have the mindset to facilitate change.

That one hour with a trainer does nothing to help you understand your metabolic rate. To determine the calories you need for fat loss and improving your energy. What needs to be a part of your diet to optimize testosterone levels and ensure you are helping keep lean mass. What exercise frequency and type you need to build muscle. Mitigate stress and elevate testosterone levels. What your sleep cycle looks like to ensure that you are energized. So you have focus and improved executive function.

Don’t get me wrong it’s admirable taking action to make a change but when you are not changing. It’s a poor investment. And it’s not the trainer’s fault, I’m sure they’re doing the best. But unfortunately, the entry standard into the fitness industry is low.

Gym staff will be able to guide you with exercise techniques. But someone with a Degree in sports science will have advanced knowledge of physiology. To program your sessions and recommend what exercise is relevant to your goal.

A Nutritionist will be able to plan out your diet to ensure that you achieve your goal of getting leaner. Whilst ensuring that you adjust your diet to optimise your energy and productivity. Increasing your testosterone levels.

An NLP Practitioner will help you manage stress. And ensure that cortisol doesn’t diminish your vitality and energy.

This is why it would be prudent to have a health coach in your corner. Someone qualified in all those areas. Who can program your lifestyle to improve your health. 

Ask yourself ‘what is the cost of not doing so?’ To continue on spending thousands on trainers whilst making no change. Wasting time getting nowhere with the newest fad diet that claims to be better than the last fad diet. To carry on feeling tired, exhausted, and stressed.

That is going to be very costly in terms of time and money. Not to mention the toll on your health.

The Limitless Lifestyle Blueprint covers every area of your lifestyle. To ensure that you are in the best possible health to live the quality of life that you want. To look good, feel good, and have that abundance of energy that helps you perform at your best.

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Progress not perfection

Good moaning Friend,

I hope you know that it’s common for willpower to fail at times. You may suddenly give into junk food and overindulge because of hunger or temptation. 

Or you may skip a workout because you had a shit day at work or an argument with your spouse and you are not in the mood. Or maybe you binge-watched a Netflix show and didn’t go? 

These things happen. You must forgive yourself and get back to it. So many people make the cardinal error of aiming for perfection and when they slip up, they feel like they’ve failed, and the entire goal has gone to waste. 

They then decide to just let themselves go, carry on with the bad habits, and give up on their goal. It is the equivalent of getting a flat tyre then slashing the other 3! All because they slipped up once and think it’s ‘game over’. It’s not! 

Acknowledge your mistake and analyze why you slipped up. Maybe you need to remove all fun foods from your kitchen, so you don’t binge. Or maybe you should work out first thing in the morning, so you don’t skip your training sessions. 

Once you figure out a way to rectify future mistakes, you’ll increase your compliance and prevent future slip-ups. It is easier when conditions are right.   

Aim for over 85% compliance with your routine and habits. 

No matter how disciplined you are, you will make a mistake and give in to temptation here and there. If your compliance is 85% and above, you’ll definitely be on track to achieving your goals. Perfection is unattainable. Progression is what you are focusing on!

If you’ve lost 0.5 kg this week that’s progress! If you’ve done more exercise or you’re stronger than last week, that’s progress! If you’ve got more sleep or controlled your temper in a situation that would typically see you erupt. That’s progress! And that my friend is all you need to concern yourself with.

If you want to make progress with your health and fitness. To look better, feel better, have more energy, and increase your productivity. Then the Limitless Lifestyle Blueprint is for you.

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You don’t build confidence!

‘That would be great. I would love to do that Andrew but I don’t have the confidence.’

‘You do’. I told him. ‘The confidence is there. You only need to remove the layers of insecurity that are suppressing it.’


‘It is there inside you. It’s a case of stripping away the negative narrative about your health, appearance, and future.’


‘That’s what we are going to be working on. Removing those limiting beliefs with physical and mindset changes.’


I could see the light bulb turn on. I could hear the cogs whirring. What I had said had landed. All of a sudden, James had switched on. What a great initial consultation we had.


James was no different from the other guys who I’ve worked with on The Limitless Lifestyle Blueprint.

Unfulfilled in their career because they are underproducing (due to low energy levels). 

Not progressing to the next level promotion that they have been working towards for the past 5 years. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 

Unconfident in their body and their intimacy with their partner has dropped off.

Stuck because they have been wasting thousands of dollars and hours on quick fixes. And they are still in the exact same spot as they were 5 years ago. 


Except worse off because they are 5 years older. 

This is why signing up to The Limitless lifestyle Blueprint and going through the modules of change, is beneficial. Because what you are paying for is time.  

Time saved from not following bad advice.  


Time saved from expediting the outcome. 


Time accrued from stacking years on to your life. 


Time back with your family because you are present and have balance.

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Why you don’t want to ‘boost’ your immune system

The advice from the world health organization is social distancing I’m miles ahead of it, as I’ve been avoiding people for years!


On a serious note, what you can do is avoid any erroneous claims or snake oil that charlatans try to sell you for your immune system. I find it incredible that people are proclaiming to have methods and products to cure the virus. Or products to ‘boost your immune system’! 


You can’t, neither would you want to ‘boost your immune system’. You can only support it! Your immune system can be split into 2 parts; innate and acquired responses.


The innate response first and it’s not specific. It makes you flehmy/snotty to try and catch the infection. It also increases your temperature [a fever] to try and, for want of a better word, boil off the infection.


You may feel weak and want to stay in bed, which is a good thing. Because you don’t want to go out and catch another infection in this delicate state.


The acquired immune system takes longer to kick in (5-10 days). This part is more precise and makes specific antibodies. The only thing that can speed up the response of the acquired system is vaccines. So if you boosted your immune system (innate) you would feel pretty crappy.


If anyone starts blabbering on about foods or supplements to boost your immune system. They are trying to sell you some good old snake oil!


Components of our diets are required for healthy immune function [vitamins and minerals]. The ones claimed to boost it! But if you have a good diet you will not need extra. And if you have a good diet you do not augment your immune system with supplements. Focus on maximizing your health now, avoid those health conditions that put you more at risk.

It would be prudent to ensure your diet is healthy and inclusive of lots of fruit and veg. Stay on top of your exercise and get good quality sleep.


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