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Weekly Coach Check-In: May 22th, 2012

Hey TeamInternallyFit,

In order to get an amazing transformation YOU MUST EAT PROPERLY!  Unfortunately a lot of people think they are eating properly but really aren’t or they are just completing the workouts and not paying attention to their nutrition.  I have posted many, many, many articles about eating proper nutrition from snacks to regular meals.  I am currently working on a Nutrition 101 section that will tell you where to start and exactly what foods to eat.  When I get it finished make sure you bookmark this page and refer to it often.

Well, yesterday marked the start of the third week for our 90 Day Fitness Challenge and I’ve been hearing some great comments like, “my pants are starting to sag” or “I haven’t felt in this good a shape in years”.  If you’ve been on the fence, don’t hesitate and come join us – It’s not too late.  Everyone in the group would be glad to help you reach your health and fitness goals.

Lastly, when I completed P90X I lost 33 lbs and I know how hard that was for me and your probably thinking I’ve got too much weight to lose or I can’t do P90X it’s too hard.  Well I challenge you to watch the following video of Richard Neal who started P90X at 426 POUNDS!!! and then got down to . . . well like I said just watch the video and then ask yourself what’s your excuse.  Remember, 90 Days from now you’ll wish you had started TODAY.

New on this week:

1.) Fitness Foods That Make You Fat: What? You mean that healthy food can make you fat?  The foods in the article are more like health food impostors.  Read the article to find out which ones they are.

2.) Healthy Food Expensive?:  Man I here this one a lot and if you think buying healthy foods is more expensive than junk food, then read this article and find out why it’s not.

3.) Best Time To Eat: Morning, Noon or at Night, when is the best time to work out.  It all depends on several factors.  After you read this article go back and evaluate what’s the best time for YOU to workout.

Weekly Health Tip:

Fresh cranberries are composed of more than 85 % water along with a hefty dose of fiber, but they are rarely eaten fresh since they are so sour and astringent.  Instead, cranberries are most often eaten in sweetened form either as dried cranberries or sugary cranberry sauce, and because these foods are concentrated sources of sugar, people with type 2 diabetes should dramatically limit their intake.  Both fresh and dried cranberries are a good source of anthocyanins, anti-inflammatory antioxidants that can help with arthritis and age-related memory loss.


And 2 favors that I ask:
1) If you like the hard work I put into writing my articles and videos, PLEASE help me out by sharing them. Click the share links below them and share them on FB, twitter, etc.  It really helps me get more exposure and grow TeamInternallyFit!
2) Also, remember that the way I benefit from being your coach is that I earn a commission from any Beachbody products that you purchase, as long as you buy them through my site,, (If you buy from the plain Beachbody site I get no credit). It helps with the amount of time I spend answering all your questions and helping you out. Thank you! I really appreciate it! 

Food, Faith and Fitness

Todd Greene
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