MRI NO2 CE2 Testimonial

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One Man's Story - MINE!

MRI NO2 CE2 Testimonial

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A few years ago, I left a mediocre job in Pittsburgh and accepted a new position in Tampa, FL. I thought I had the world by the tail. Not only was I making a move up the corporate ladder, but it was the perfect opportunity to really get back into shape.

I was a high school athlete and had stayed in pretty good shape through college and for the first few years of my career. I was an avid runner, mountain biker, and lifted weights on a regular basis. Trouble was, I really thought I knew what I was doing. I didn't.

After years of eating and training badly, I was noticeably out of shape, putting on a few pounds each year until my weight was getting out of control.

At that time I really couldn't figure it out. Sure, I knew that the nightly beer or two (with plenty more on the weekends) wasn't helping much, but I was still running 20 miles a week or so and getting to the gym 3 times a week.

The moment of truth came just after my 40th birthday. My once promising job was eliminated through corporate downsizing and it was time to really evaluate where I stood and where I was going. My self esteem was at an all time low. Physically, mentally, and emotionally I was in the worst shape of my life. It was time for a major overhaul.

I decided that to really get my life back on track, the first thing I needed to do was to transform my body. From there, the rest would follow. It was fairly obvious to me now that I didn't know it all when it came to training and I needed help.

The first thing I learned was that my nutrition was all wrong. I thought that because I exercised, it didn't matter what I ate. I was living on processed carbohydrates with little or no protein in my diet. And eating on a pretty erratic basis.

First step: eating 6 small meals a day with a balance of protein, carbohydrates and vegetables. Three of those meals were meal replacement powders or bars. Now I know that because I exercise it matters even more what I eat. And drink. I don't drink.

Second step: taking supplements that would help me gain the energy and lose the body fat. I had experimented before with supplements without really knowing what I was even taking. By educating myself through fitness publications and websites, I was able to intelligently integrate them into my program. That arsenal now includes MRI NO2 and CE2 . It has really helped me add lean muscle and cut my body fat way down. I highly recommend it!

Third step: instead of those long runs I did at a snails pace, I began to do 20 to 30 minutes of intense cardio, 3 times a week. And I mean interval training at an all-out, go-for-broke pace. I do cardio first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, and then abstain from eating for an hour afterwards to get the maximum fat-burning effect.

Fourth step: back to basics with my resistance training. Instead of joining a gym with all the latest and greatest gadgets and machines, I found one with a good selection of free weights. And instead of going in every other day and trying to remember what I did the last time, I went in with a prepared plan. Every exercise I would do, how much weight I would lift, and how long I would take between sets.

Well, its been almost a year since I started my program. At 5'8'', my body weight has dropped from a high of just under 190lbs to a lean 160lb. More importantly, my body fat has dropped from almost 17% to under 7%. I feel great, have much more energy and have learned alot along the way.

They say that changes on the outside are merely a reflection of changes on the inside. Amen.

MRI NO2 CE2 Testimonial