Anytime a lad asks me
how much exercise they need to do
in order to lose the belly,
I usually have to respond with a few questions of my own.
> What have they or haven’t they been doing up to now?
> What do they want to achieve?
> How much available time can they dedicate?
> What’s their current diet like?
Reason being is
these are some of the major factors that will influence
what would be considered “the best” choice for that person.
In other words I need to understand their current context.
So that’s why I try fish out from them.
Otherwise I’d be just giving generic advice
that could do more harm than good to that person.
And when the person is genuine and actually bothers to reply
then I can properly advise them.
It’s why i always say to lads,
stop f#cking worrying what other people are doing.
There’s more than one way to create the calorie deficit needed
to lose weight.
So focus on creating your own context
and works for that.
Andrew “what about it” Lahart
PS If you have any particular questions
don’t be afraid to ask,
just be prepaid I may need additional information before
giving you a proper answer