Here’s a fail-safe MONEY-SAVING TIP.
Start taking fitness more seriously.
You’ll not just get in incredible shape…
You’ll save money by eating out, ordering Uber eats, cutting out deserts, and not buying alcohol or cigarettes.
The gym is much cheaper than the bar, the mall, a concert, etc.
Training requires a significant investment of time and energy.
So organically, you’d spend far less money.
To compound and expedite your results from eating right and training hard…
You’ll also want to get more sleep.
This means less TV and video games, and killing brain cells mindlessly scrolling social media.
Fitness = More $.
A mentor once told me, “Average people focus on price; high achievers focus on value.”
Most people are confused.
They’ve convinced themselves that a healthy lifestyle is expensive.
While living an unhealthy lifestyle is “cheap.”
What an absolute joke.
Twice a month, I do a 24-hour fast.
On these days, I spend exactly $0 on food.
Not to mention I lose 3-4 pounds in 1 day, give my gut a healthy reset and improve my discipline in the process.
You could go for a walk (or run) outside or do 150 burpees instead of going to happy hour..
Walking, running, and burpees are all free last time I checked – and don’t give you a hangover.
Meal prepping or automating your gains saves you both loads of cash and time.
The Universe is pretty amazing.
It incentivizes those working hard to be fitter and stronger with a financial reward.
People who complain about not having any money are usually also neglecting fitness.
I’m glad you’re not one of those people.
Because fitness and financial freedom have something important in common.
They both require self-discipline and the ability to forgo immediate gratification…
In favor of a greater purpose.
Start taking your fitness seriously, or if you’re already taking it seriously…
By doing so you’ll not only improve your health, body, and confidence…
You’ll have more money in the bank because you stopped blowing your money on b*llshit.
Wanna get in the best shape of your life without the stress of having to meal prep AND have more money in your pocket?