Going forward, we decided to give you a few updates every month on what has been going down. While we do mention this on our social media and emails, we decided to have several areas to keep you updated.
Sometimes we don't have time to sit down and read content on our smartphones while working, so the monthly news series is here for you.
There were a few updates over the weekend with everything that's been going down:
2020 has been a wild ride full of delays on this 40 serving Impulse. While it's frustrating, this allows us the opportunity to expand on more benefits of Spark and Drift, while selling through the rest of our 30 servings of Impulse. I promise you a special launch when the 40 serving Impulses come in!
Practice what I preach.
I was recommended by one of our Reforged Legion members that everything I talk about with Reforged blog content should be logged.
I will be vlogging a "Reforge Yourself" lifestyle vlog on both Reforged and my personal Instagram - in addition to YouTube. I am diving deep into fat loss right now so I am going to give you many tips!
I uploaded two blogs over the weekend.
Things are set to open up here in September, so I wanted to give you guys some tips I use when I'm "adventuring the world".
The latest Building the Brand episode covers some of these in detail.
You can watch episode 23 here:
I just wanted to take the time to thank you all for the patience during this time and look forward to provide you new and exciting things.
Lastly, if you have any comments or recommendations on the content you'd like to see from myself or the building the brand vlogs, respond in the comments below, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the things I value is constructive criticism. That honest candor allows us to improve on deficiencies we might be oblivious to.
I feel like I am a Coach at times - I know how to help others improve their lifestyle... but I suck at doing it myself!
I look forward to hearing from you all.
Until next time, Reforged Legion!
One of the most difficult things to implement is a diet or exercise regiment. According to one study, more than 50% of people will drop out of their exercise program within 6 months. Most of the time, this is a result of our exercise program not meeting expectations. Our hesitations typically come from ourselves - and it's never always one reason.
There are typically multiple reasons as to why we drop out of our exercise and nutrition regiments.
In this post, we are going to go over the five barriers that hold most of us back from fitness.
Let's dive in!
We all witness the initial water weight loss that comes from dieting... it's so cool to drop 5-10lbs in one week when we start.
And then, it slows down... it even stops.
Some people get disheartened from this and believe that it's in their genetics... that the diet didn't work... that no matter what they do, it's useless.
I've been there.
I've tried Intermittent Fasting, Ketogenic, and low-carb diets way before they were cool. To be honest, most of these methods were never sustainable for me in the long-term: I would eventually always stop them. Being that I grew up with a family whose meals were Mediterranean-styled, fruits, vegetables, and complex carbs were always a part of my life.
Sometimes, having trouble eliminating food groups in diets is not because of willpower or discipline... it's because of adherence. To us, adherence is the most important thing in a diet, as it eventually breeds discipline and consistency.
It was not until I incorporated Flexible Dieting that my entire lifestyle changed for the better.
In this post, we will explore the Flexible Dieting system in its entirety. It's a system I have used through quite a few successful fat loss and muscle gain phases since 2013.