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[17 Jan 2011 | 5 Comments | ]

His follow-up, The Four Hour Body, has been two years in the making (probably taking some of those extended holidays), and many more years of research and self-experimentation. A master of outsourcing, leveraging and delegation (to hundreds of nice people in India), he’s certainly raised the bar with his new book when it comes to super health (mental and physical) – in fact, it blows anything else we’ve read out of the water by a mile – and all for less than the cost of a large Dominos Pizza!

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[18 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

The Spanish are well known for eating late, but you’ll also find them walking around a lot in the evening. This is because walking triggers appetite and assists the digestion process – which doesn’t happen whilst we’re sat down in front of the TV!

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[6 Feb 2010 | 2 Comments | ]

It is often said that success comes from experience, and experience comes from failure (or words to that affect). However, we don’t need to experience failure all the time to become successful at something – often it’s better to learn from someone else who’s already gone through that learning curve and is happy to share their experience.
Therefore, at AW3i we read a lot of books to bring you lots of content to make you (and us) healthier and wealthier. What follows is a list of our favourite ones, …

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[13 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]

The following items of kit are not just highly recommended, they are absolutely essential for busy professionals who don’t always get time to eat well and get to the gym.

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[24 Dec 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

We’re getting fatter than ever before!
Depression and suicide rates are up!
We’re dying of heart attacks in our 30’s!

Michael Jackson is still alive!
Okay, only joking about the last one…but the others are very real! Fortunately help is at hand to turn things around and massively reduce the chances of becoming part of the statistics above.

So we’ve written this 50 page premium ebook specifically for busy professional workers. The content is based on common sense, the personal experiences of other office-based workers, and a synthesis of concepts from …

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[3 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

Modern day gyms are now called Health Clubs, because they are good for more than just building muscle and/or loosing weight. Great reasons to join one include:

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[23 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]

We all have hundreds of habits, many of which we’ve built up over the years without realising it. It’s therefore advantageous to try and throw in a few GOOD ones from time to time to compensate for all the bad ones – especially when it comes to health. The above free guide: Healthy Salesman’s Healthy Habits, is a short collection of 27 habits (3 for each Principles for Great Health) that can be printed off and stuck to the fridge – or anywhere else it can be looked at for a minute or two everyday until the habit has been formed.

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[9 Jun 2009 | One Comment | ]

Get out there and feel the wind in your hair and the rain on your back! I spent 8 years in IT sales in London and during that time, I constantly suffered from physical and mental exhaustion to some degree. The nature of the work is that it consumes your every waking and sleeping moment; the target never goes away because you have to constantly build your pipeline up. If at the bottom of the leader board, you have to deal with the stress, panic and apprehension of losing your job, not making any commission, and those difficult conversations with the boss.

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[11 May 2009 | One Comment | ]

Walking is a forgotten art – the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other, whilst swinging our arms from side to side, and not even looking down at the ground but straight ahead and around us, requires co-ordination and balance. It clocks up a surprising amount of calories over time, and improves our digestion and transit time.