Wow! January has been crazy here at L365. There have been over 400 new subscribers added to the LimitlessCOMMUNITY this month. 

It’s been about 3 years since I started Limitless365 with the main premise being,

It’s hard to live a life without limits if you can’t get out of bed.

I want to help you become the fittest, healthiest, sexiest, most confident version of yourself so that you have the energy, enthusiasm, body, mind, and spirit to take on all of life’s challenges. I want you to know that you have the ability to remove all the personal limitations that you’ve placed on yourself and are capable of doing amazing things.

With so many people joining the LimitlessCREW and with over 300 articles on the site it can feel a little overwhelming. 

Today’s article is to let you noobs know how you can get the most out of the site and ways you can start living a healthier, fitter, life without limits.

For those of you that have been here for a while it will be nice refresher of some of the awesome content and resources that are available to you.

If you haven’t already done so I order you to do the following things before reading any further. If you don’t do them I will fight you… seriously :)

  1. Email me to say hi! Introduce yourself. What’s your favorite book? What are you struggling with the most and how do you think I can help? Drop me a line and let me know who you are.
  2. Stop by the Facebook page. It’s a great way to connect with me, the community, and to catch up on any articles you may have missed or resources that may be useful to you.
  3. Check out the Start Here page. This page will help you find some of the best content from L365 and includes free workouts, how to eat healthier, how to exercise, how to be wealthy, personal relationships, practical philosophy, interviews and some L365 success stories, and a few of my other articles from around the web.
  4. Check out the complete Limitless365 archives. It includes everything I’ve ever written on L365 – Don’t read the early stuff… it’s embarrassing.

I highly recommend saving this post in your book marks, saved links, on your desktop, or in an email for future reference. I’ll be linking to some older articles you may have missed that answer a lot of frequently asked questions. There will also be some cool success stories to help get you motivated, and resources that you may have missed.

Oh, I almost forgot. If you happen to find the site entertaining, informative, or just plain darn useful I’d love it if you would share it on Facebook, Twitter, or in an email to a friend. Definitely tag me in it @justinmiller06 or on my personal Facebook page here.

Well ok then. I guess let’s get this show on the road. #boomgoesthedynamite

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How many of you want to see your abs?

Well, the good news is that everyone has them. The bad news is that they’re often covered up by a layer or two of fat.

In today’s article you and I are going to cover:

  • What body fat is
  • How much you need to live
  • How much you need for performance
  • How much is too much
  • What the heck it’s actually for
  • How to lose it
  • How to figure out how much you have
  • And the differences between men and women and how the genders store body fat

In the words of Matthew McConaughey, “Alight alright alright.” Lets jump into this bad boy.

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Swedish Chef!

Note: Super sick info-graphic at the end of this article… just say’n.

Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.

Bueller, Bueller, Bueller…

Ferris had it right, life does move pretty damn fast. So fast in fact that our health can be left it it’s dust.

With most of us having to meet more demands than ever before any convenience or luxury that makes our life easier, less complex, and less stressful is relished in. There’s no better example than fast food.

When I talk about fast food I don’t just talk about the stuff you can get through a window. I’m also talking about stuff that comes in a box, wrapper, or some other package that can be opened and consumed, or heated and consumed in a matter of minutes – sometimes seconds.

What’s happened is that cooking and preparing meals has become almost obsolete. It’s just easier, convenient, and less stressful to go pick something up, Or to open a wrapper and engulf.

In todays article I wanted to discuss with you the lost art of cooking. By far the email I receive the most has to do with how to cook healthy meals.

  • There’s not enough time
  • I don’t know what to make
  • I don’t know how to cook

If this sounds like you then do me a favor. Put on your apron (if you don’t have one that’s cool too. Just wrap an old bed sheet around you and pretend) because it’s about to get messy up in this piece!

The beginner’s guide to cooking healthy is going down like Charlie Brown.

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Note: The LimitlessBODY Blueprint is now live. Start a one week, $1 trial by visiting here.

I hope you all had a happy holiday.

I went home and spent time with my family in Herndon, Virginia. A town about 20 minutes outside of D.C. It had probably been about 8 years since I was home for the holidays and it could not have been at a better time.

Getting the LimitlessBODY Blueprint ready, working on LimitlessIGNITION a 12 week paleo program to drop body fat quickly (free for members of the LBB), and brainstorming my book, “Stealing Oxygen” has worn me out. It was great to go home, relax, and catch up with the people I care most about.

I hope you were able to do the same.

While I was home I went and got a haircut… stay with me, I swear there is a point to this.

I wanted to look sharp for family photos and my “do” was looking like a bee’s nest. One of my favorite parts about getting a cut is the chit-chat with your hairdresser. The woman cutting my hair that day had a thick accent, so naturally I asked here where she was from.

“Iran,” she told me. Although, she had been in Virginia for the last 30 years.

She asked me where I was from and I told her I grew up in Virginia but now lived in California. It turns out she had spent some time living there as well and absolutely loved it!

I couldn’t argue with her. Cali is great, you really can’t beat the weather, the waves, and the melting pot of culture. However, I also told her I absolutely loved where I grew up in VA – It’s just so beautiful, green, and comfortable.

She gave me a sort of cock-eyed look… sorta like this and told me she hated it and would love to be back in California.

I looked right back at her with a cock-eyed look. Mine sorta looked like this.

“Why don’t you?” I asked, after removing the cock-eye from my face.

Because I can’t she said. It would be too hard, too difficult, too overwhelming, and too much effort. I have everything I need here in Virginia, why rock the boat?

And that conversation led me to today’s article.

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