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    colemaninc posted:
    1. Put the right amount of nutrients in the body and keep the body properly hydrated.2. Proper nutrition(This would be number 1 normally but we can't trust what we consume these days. Most of the foods that we think are healthy have a depleted value of nutrition.)3. Exercise at least 3 times a week.4. Detox5. Keep positive, stay focused, be consistent and be patient with your fitness goals. It's ok to push yourself but remember Rome was not built in a day. Do what you can handle.
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