If today I choose to be a Scrooge instead of a Cratchit, what difference will I make?


You can’t just copy someone else’s routine or throw a bunch of random practices onto your calendar and expect success.


We spend a lifetime weaving food into everything we love, and everything we don’t, blurring the lines between the two.


Define precisely where it is you want to go. Then set up as many side quests along the way as you can.


How does the butt of every fat joke, the roundest kid at recess, the portliest of the portly overcome an addiction to fast food?

The look I maintain from eating the same thing every day


Make a list of all the positive things that might be happening in the background. Then ask yourself, ‘am I ok with losing any of them?’


If you stop playing the game every time it hurts, you’re not going to get very good.


I don’t believe the experts who say willpower is finite. In fact, I don’t believe in willpower at all.


When we finally stop hanging on to the way we’ve always done it, progress happens


Have you wasted years on a major you hate? Did you lose 30-pounds before diving face-first into a pan of delicious chocolate brownies?

Josh Bunch

Bunch is one of those rare humans who only talks about what he knows; fitness, food, philosophy, and movies. And puppies.

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