Despite having more diet and exercise information than you’ll need in 10 lifetimes, it can be pretty hard to find reliable fitness information on the internet. Even simple questions like how much protein you should consume or the difference between split and full body routines can lead you down an endless rabbit hole of debate. How are you supposed to comb through all that data to know what’s best?

The short answer is you’re not.

The internet is a great place to find ideas, but it’s not the best place to find answers.

The especially goes for the personal, custom-built solutions, you need to make diet and exercise work for you.

The best way to use the information on the internet is to learn just enough to get a few ideas to experiment on. Once you learn enough to try something out, it’s time to stop learning and get busy with some trial and error.

The experience you gain through trial and error will be far more reliable and trustworthy than anything you find online.  Will quitting diet soda help you lose weight? Will doing push ups every day help you build muscle? Who knows for sure? A lot of people will have their own ideas and opinions but those hardly do you any good beyond helping you figure out how to get started. The information you get from your own experience is much more important than any expert opinion or what some scientific research says. It doesn’t matter what the experts claim or what the science says about artificial sweeteners. If they claim it promotes weight gain, but it doesn’t make you fatter then you’re the one that’s correct in believing having a Diet Coke with lunch won’t make you gain weight. At the end of the

It doesn’t matter what the experts claim or what the science says about artificial sweeteners. At the end of the day, your results and experience are the most trustworthy information you can learn. Your results are 100% real and honest because they are not theoretical nor are they influenced by things that have nothing to do with your life. If you look and feel your best while doing push ups every day while Drinking diet Coke don’t worry about what people claim about over training and artificial sweeteners. If it works for you, it works for you and that’s what matters most.

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