I just came across this flyer that I wanted to share with you.  If you or anyone you know could use these services please contact me.


DO YOU NEED AFFORDABLE SURGERY?

TIRED OF PAYING THOSE OUTRAGEOUS PRICES?


ONE ASSESSMENT VISIT

ONE C.A.T. SCAN


ONE M.R.I.


FIRST SURGERY APPOINTMENT IS FREE!


ALL THE ABOVE FOR ONE TIME FEE OF $17.95!!!


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SINCERELY,

Dr. Know Nothing


Now obviously this is not a real flyer, nor is it meant to offend anyone that is having serious medical issues.  I am trying to make a point.  Actually 3 points. 

  • If it sounds too good to be true -- it usually is. 

    • You get what you pay for.  And lastly,

      • Nothing is really free.

        I recently had 2 previous clients call me from out of state. 

        The first client contacted me for help because he was stuck in a plateau for the past 6 weeks and couldn't figure out why.  So we went over his workout program, examined his nutrition and assessed his cardio routine. 

        He stated he has been doing cardio intervals for the last 6 weeks, which I initially thought was outstanding.  Then I asked him how long his intervals lasted.  He said an hour. 

        I promise there is no way you can do serious intervals for an hour.  If you're going from 50% to somewhere around 75-90% of your max heart rate, utilizing the interval method, you couldn't last for an hour unless you're a seasoned marathon runner. Since he's been doing intervals for over 2 months, I asked him to push his intensity level up on the fast section of his intervals. 

        If it's feels too easy, it is.

        The second client was a woman I had originally worked with to rid her of knee pain.  After a couple of months, her work required her to move out of state. Once she settled in, she emailed me to say she had found a new trainer and was working to get back on track.  During our call she shared with me what a bargain this trainer had been and how she always felt challenged, "He always had new movements that were fun to do, or so I thought".  She went on to tell me that she had suffered a serious knee injury and wanted to know if I had any suggestions on rehab. And this is the statement that made me want to share this post with you.  "I realized, with ice packed around my knee and realizing I wasn't going to be able to do any kind work out for at least 4-6 weeks, that's why you always had me doing exercises in steps". 

        Nothing is a bargain when it comes to your health.  You get what you pay for, sometimes unfortunately.

        Challenge yourself to do the work you need to do, to get results you deserve.  Don't waste time!  If you commit to doing cardio, do it the best you can.  Work your way up slowly, but push yourself a little each time.

        There are few if any shortcuts.  But I will tell you, get the right instruction, and doing it right, is worth every minute you spend doing your workout. 

        Now Go Out and Get It Done!