You might have seen this statement from me before, or heard it on my radio show, “YOU CAN’T OUT TRAIN A BAD DIET.” Meaning if you eat bad, have bad nutrition habits and expect that hour on the treadmill that burns 500 calories to make a dent in the 3,000 calorie soda and candy bar diet you mow down during the day, it may be pretty tough.

If you are looking to lose weight and belly fat, grabbing your running shoes and hitting the long lonely trail for miles and miles and hours and hours might not be the answer either.

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