When it comes to losing weight and achieving sufficient health and fitness, the seemingly paramount directive is that we must adopt a whole new “health and fitness lifestyle.”
But, as popular as this idea is, it’s deeply flawed and problematic. Most people simply don’t want to completely overhaul their entire lifestyle, if they even can to begin with. And more importantly, the truth is that the actual amount of effort that it takes to lose weight, get lean, gain strength, and do anything else to achieve sufficient health and fitness is nowhere near the amount of constant, perpetual effort that a complete lifestyle transformation would seem to necessitate.
This site, in short, is a rebellion of sorts against the onerous, rarely tenable, not actually logical, yet strangely pervasive “health and fitness lifestyle.” Instead? The contrarian goal here is efficiency: to achieve and maintain sufficient leanness and overall health and fitness with as absolutely little time and effort as possible.
Health and fitness can – and should – be achievable by anyone, not just those who can dedicate their entire lives to it. And people ought to be able to spend their time and effort where it actually counts: living their lifestyles.