When I say Seinfeld, you probably think of comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his TV show or stand-up comedy. But from hence point forward, I want you to think about progress… better yet, I want you to think, “Don’t break the chain.”
Yep, you read correctly, I’m going to help you “Cheat on your diet.” Heresy I know. But if you’re going to break some rules, there are some better ways to go about it. Never thought you’d hear this from a fitness coach… but after you read it, you’ll understand why.
Getting fit? Food studies and the media aren’t helping. Is it just me or does it seem like every year, we hear of some kind of food study that “proves” the opposite of what we thought to be true.
You’ve done every form of exercise imaginable and you hate every one of them. And you know that there’s no possible way that you could grow to like it, no matter how long you tried, no matter how hard (or easy) it was, no matter what it was, you just know this indisputable fact. Well, I’m not convinced.
Two words for you: Vilfredo Pareto. What? You’ve never heard of him? Okay, I hadn’t either. But I was very familiar with the rule named after him, The Pareto Principle. And this very principle could revolutionize your fitness.