Dear Subscriber,

Happy New Year!

We’re already one week into
2013 and this is when most folks
are ramping up their efforts to
achieve their resolutions.

And do you know what what the
most common New Year’s resolution

If you guessed “losing weight,”
you’re absolutely right!

That’s why today I’ll be sharing a
simple – yet powerful – “tool” you
can use that will practically guarantee
you’ll achieve your health and fitness
goals this year.


Yours For Health,
Shane Shiels
Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide’s Premier Health & Fitness Expert

The KEY To Dramatically Transforming
Your Body – And LOVING It!

Five simple words hold the key to
helping you completely transform your
body this year.

In fact, the power behind these five
words can help you burn fat, build
muscle and ultimately get the body
you’ve always dreamt of – once and
for all.

Are you ready for it? The five words are:

“Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.”

This is the key to any successful and
dramatic physique transformation. Let
me explain…

Where you are now, is your comfort zone.
Your health and fitness goals are where
you want to be.

So by definition, your goals are outside
of your comfort zone – if they weren’t,
then you’d have accomplished them by now…

Which means that in order to achieve the
body you want (or any other worthwhile goal
in your life) you’re going to have to venture
outside of that safe, warm, cozy comfort zone
and experience some discomfort.

When it comes to a fitter, more toned body,
it means you’ll have to experience the discomfort
of hunger from time to time… it means you’ll
have to push yourself in your workouts, and
keep pushing even when your muscles are
burning and crying for rest.

… It means you’ll have to follow your nutrition
plan – even on the days you feel like eating pizza
and ice cream (or whatever your “sinful” indulgence

… And it means you’ll have to adapt and
reassess when things don’t go according to plan
or life throws a curveball at you to see if you’re
paying attention.

Getting uncomfortable is what makes us grow.
It’s what makes us change for the better. So the
sooner you come to terms with it, the sooner
you’ll have that smoking body! 🙂

The trick to all this, of course, is being able to do
those uncomfortable things on a regular basis…
and stop yourself from slipping into old habits that
are in your comfort zone.

That’s why I’ve included four tips you can start
using today to achieve your fitness goals this year
and make “get comfortable with being uncomfortable”
your everyday reality:

1. Hold yourself accountable. This is probably the
best way to make sure you do the things that are
uncomfortable until you reach your goal. Being obligated
to someone else (a coach, mentor, or workout buddy)
will give you the mental strength to pull through when
things get hard and very uncomfortable. In fact, one study
published in the Annals of Behavioural Medicine looked at
how much better we perform when we have an
exercise partner. Researchers divided 58 women
into three groups. One group exercised on their
own on a stationary bike. The second group worked
out on a video-game style exercise bike, with a virtual
partner. The bike displayed a “live” feed of their partner
working out on a similar bike, along with the partner’s
progress. The third group exercised with a virtual partner,
but this time they worked together as a team on a common

The result?

Those exercising with a virtual partner individually or
as a team DOUBLED their performance and reported
no loss of motivation, compared to the group that
exercised alone. [1]

2. Know your WHY. Knowing WHY you want to achieve
your dream body will go a long way to helping you
achieve it. It will pull you through in those tough
moments. And the good news is, the science backs this
up. A study published in the Journal of Consumer Research
found that people who solely focus on HOW to achieve a
goal have a much tougher time accomplishing it compared
to those who regularly think about WHY they want the goal. [2]

3. Feel the fear and do it anyway. Many times the things
that are uncomfortable to you are the things you fear. The
only way to get past those fears is to face them head on.
So maybe you’ve been putting off joining a gym, hiring a
personal trainer, or getting serious about your physique goals.
Try and figure out what it is you’ve been fearing… maybe you
fear you’re already too busy and adding something else to
the mix will stress you out… maybe you think you can’t afford
it… maybe you’re afraid that working out will be painful.
Whatever it is, do as bestselling author Dr. Susan Jeffers suggests,
and “feel the fear and do it anyway.”

4. Plan your reactions in advance. Decide in advance how
you’ll handle situations where you’re tempted to “give in”
to things that are in your comfort zone. This will make sure
you stay “uncomfortable” and on track to reach your goal.

So there you have it. Get comfortable with being
uncomfortable in 2013 and you’re bound to achieve
your dream body!

Oh and by the way, if you’re serious about getting a
little uncomfortable and taking your health and fitness
to the next level this year, why not take advantage of
your FREE Fitness Consultation? (an $87 value)

During this consult, you’ll receive detailed information
on how to get fit and trim that’s tailored to YOUR body.

There’s no obligation and it’s totally and completely
free. To sign up, use the link below:



1. Brandon C. Irwin, Jennifer Scorniaenchi,
Norbert L. Kerr, Joey C. Eisenmann, Deborah L. Feltz.
Aerobic Exercise Is Promoted when Individual
Performance Affects the Group: A Test of the Kohler
Motivation Gain Effect. Annals of Behavioural Medicine.
2012 Oct;44(2):151-9.

2. Julia Belyavsky Bayuk, Chris Janiszewski, and
Robyn LeBoeuf. Letting Good Opportunities Pass Us By:
Examining the Role of Mindset during Goal Pursuit. Journal
of Consumer Research, December 2010

Quote Corner

“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have
tried is the true failure.” – George Edward Woodberry

Eat Yourself Thin

Salt Encrusted Prime Rib
(Serves Six)

2 cups coarse salt
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon seasoning salt
1.8 kilos prime rib roast

1. Preheat oven to 210 degrees F
(100 degrees C).

2. Cover the bottom of a roasting pan with a
layer of salt. Place the roast, bone side down,
on the salt. Season the meat with the ground black
pepper and seasoning salt, then cover completely with

3. Roast in preheated oven for 4 to 5 hours, or until
the internal temperature of the meat reaches 145
degrees F (63 degrees C).

4. Remove from oven and let rest for 30 minutes. This sets
the juices and makes the roast easier to carve. (Note: Be
sure to remove all the salt from the roast before serving.)

Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 4 hrs 30 mins
Ready: 4 hrs 40 mins

Amount Per Serving – Calories: 391 / Total Fat: 25.8g /
Cholesterol: 107mg / Sodium: 30921mg / Total Carbs: 1.2g /
Dietary Fibre: 0.3g / Protein: 36.1g

Recipe from

Shashido Enterprises
Adelaide, S.A.
Phone: 0420 347 550

(c) Shashido Enterprises 2012 (All Rights Reserved)



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