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I got your book black book of secrets last week and I'm loving it. What would you say is the biggest benefit from using the techniques in the book?
Michael Collins: Hmmm. Interesting question.
Obviously the book is aimed at fat loss, but I consider that a "feature"
I think the real benefit comes when you apply the techniques and lose those first few pounds.
You fit better in your clothes, you have more energy and you'll get that "glow". Some people call it the attraction factor.
When you lose weight, everything changes. Your self- confidence knows no bounds and people are magnetically attracted to you. They want to be around you and they want advice on how they can lose weight like you did.
That's the biggest benefit that I've seen people talking about.
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I've got fat located in the area of my body where my arm meets my shoulder, and I can’t get rid of it. Are there any exercises in particular that would help improve that? Or what about any spot reducing supplements?
I have a personal trainer I see at least twice a week. What do you recommend I do on the other days I don't see him? Cardio, weights or classes? I don't want to interfere with his program for me and didn't know which would be better, if not a little of all three. Thanks.
Back in my marathon running days I used to use a few tricks like baking soda to increase my endurance a bit. It worked but it was rough on the stomach. Are there any new 'inventions" on the endurance front?
As you've suggested, I'm starting to substitute more healthy foods into my diet. I'm already starting to see the results. What would you suggest I can add to some foods to sweeten them up without adding calories?
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