Julian Hayes II on Muck Rack

Julian Hayes II

Nashville, TN
Author, Consultant and Contributor — Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc.

Author, Health & Fitness Consultant, Nutrition & Sleep Science Coach, Columnist @Inc, Music Nerd, & Moonlighting as a Superhero

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None of those things are wrong even though I'm not a fan of some of them. What concerns me is the reasoning behind those changes. Extremes may work short-term, but long-term—they hardly ever lead to lasting change. People usually burn out & falter under such restrictive rules.
It's interesting to read the comments section on people's post about their new fitness habits. It's always filled with extremes such as: "going strict vegan", "giving up all alcohol", "no more sugar", or going on an "x-amount of day carb detox" for example.
RT @PaulMaskill: "It's not that we have a short time to live, it's that we waste a lot of it." - @thejulianhayes on this episode 38 of the…
[If this 46 minutes of #jazz doesn't move you—I'm afraid you might lack a pulse.] Trane: The Atlantic Collection (Remastered) by John Coltrane  https://open.spotify.com/album/2G5i8ka9XO6FO5mTBJRL3k  #NowPlaying
Lots of sweet potatoes, eggs with coconut oil, & a large Fuji apple is a breakfast that I could eat every morning. Nearly 1000 calories for my #bigbreakfast
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