0 Excuses Fitness

We are BACK!

And yes, it’s been a pretty long time. I don’t really want to get into the “whys and wherefores” of that here, but for now – we are BACK – and with a BANG.

We are also revamping under a new brand “0 Excuses Fitness”. The name enough should be self explanatory given that EXCUSES are the # 1 thing people “think of” when asked to do anything remotely resembling “a hard workout”.

The biggest problem with people is that they are lazy, and this applies equally to men and women.

Ah, why pound out those endless sets of pushups when I could be “babe watching” in the gym?

Or, this…

Oh, I know climbing hills is good for weight loss, but, but … I will SWEAT too much! I don’t want to look “ugly” and “sweaty”!

Laugh or simmer away as you choose, but both those above comments are true, and I’ve heard them bazillions of times along with others I’m not going to mention.

Oh, there was one about “stair climbing” being bad for the knees which I quoted in my blog a year or so ago. Amazingly enough that lady was actually in good shape and doing many of the right things, but had been fed a “bill of goods” by the so called experts (some overweight doctor in this case).

Now, I don’t know about it, but I’d take advice from someone whose been there and done it, and looks it (or at least looked it at a certain point in his life).

I wouldn’t take advice on growing hair from a bald dude, and neither would I want to take advice on fixing “creaky” knees from a doctor so overweight that his chest quite literally morphs into his stomach if you get my drift.

And here’s the kicker, folks. I’ve BEEN THERE AS WELL, and the pictures in the new fitness book I’ve just released on Amazon PROVE it.

And no, I’m not coy about where I was and where I am now. The bottom line is that the info I’ve included in the book works, and the pics are PROOF.

The last book didn’t have as many pictures as I liked, but this one DOES.

Last, but NOT least, this book is written in a direct, brutally honest, “straight from the heart”, “pull no punches whatsoever” way.

If that offends some, so be it. I’d rather be upfront and say it like it is than pussyfoot around the bush and get nowhere.

You’d be well advised to do the same, but thats a topic for another time.

And there it is, my friend. You have NO EXCUSES now.

GET TO WORK – and keep me posted!

Very best,
Rahul Mookerjee
0excuses fitness – JUST DO IT!

P.S. – I’ll be migrating over from the old blog to the new one as soon as I get some tech glitches figured out. Too much to do, way less time in which to do it all…

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