Healthy Mind – Fit Body: Fitness & Weight Loss Psychology for Optimal Nutrition and Proven Results

Are you totally confused by all the diet plans, pills, instant weight loss plans and seemingly magical programs that are supposed to take effect overnight? It seems like every week there is a new book telling you how to eat that is far superior to the "old" way to eat. How confusing!

You try to eat healthy, you definitely exercise, but it seems that without doing some kind of crazy starvation diet, there is no way to get to your perfect weight. Is will power the problem? Talking to people about it and not achieving your goals is getting embarrassing!

What now? Well, working out more must be the answer, right? Calories in, calories out, you figure, is the best plan. But you work out harder and more often, and while you achieve some results, they don’t last, and you end up spending a LOT of time exercising.

Nothing works, so it looks like you might as well just enjoy your food and accept the extra body fat as a given.

As you complete your second workout of the day, you think to yourself “There’s got to be a better way to improve my health and fitness without having to sacrifice.”

If I could show you how to slim down to your ideal weight and maximize your energy for training, would you set aside a couple hours to learn how?

The mixed messages health “experts” are feeding the public these days are enough to make your head spin! One nutrition claim is disproved by another. The media misleadingly reports fitness and nutrition "trends," and people conclude that "nobody really knows what is good and bad for you" and they just give up altogether. On top of that, when have you come across a book or program that offers a complete plan to guide you through exercise, nutrition, and the mind-body connection needed for optimal health?

Most people have tried weight loss programs and have not had success keeping extra weight off for good.

Pills don’t work. Diets don’t work. Exercising too hard doesn’t work, and it’s actually bad for your health! Even training for a 10K, a marathon, or a triathlon isn’t the entire answer— especially if you are not training to burn fat!

What if I can show you how to change your metabolism and burn body fat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and lose body fat for good?

Good nutrition is really about acquiring knowledge, losing addictions, and maintaining a proper mindset towards food. Once you discover the foods that can help you do this, and how to change your eating preferences, you will be on your way to a healthier, slimmer, sexier you!

Find out how to exercise to set yourself up for fat burning all the time, instead of just when you are exercising.

“No pain, No gain” is a thing of the past—discover the new system that is much more effective and easier in helping you achieve your optimal health, fitness and training goals.

The seemingly elusive mind-body connection is essential when it comes to your total health plan. Learn how to easily fit this into your routine and regain your youthful energy.

My name is Kevin Koskella. I have been involved in fitness my whole life. When I graduated from college, as a former collegiate swimmer, reality started setting in: I needed a fitness and nutrition plan that worked! The mac & cheese and meatless spagetti diet was failing me. I was getting a gut, and I was tired all the time. I felt like everything I ate went straight to my belly! I started making changes to my diet and finally got back to being trim and fit and had more natural energyenough to have success in triathlons and open water swims!

But this seemed limiting to me. Can you really change someone by working with them an hour or two per week, just doing gym exercises? I zink naught, Dr. Jones!

I read all I could on nutrition and other health-related subjects. My experiences as well as my clients’ experiences told me that the mainstream methods to get in shape do not work. Either they’re misinformed, too expensive, too time-consuming, or just too difficult for most people to do.

I wrote a book a few years ago called The Healthy Burn in the attempt to help the greatest number of people lose unwanted weight. So I combined my knowledge of fitness, swim training, triathlon training, and what worked in helping people lose weight and regain energy. I also used my own success with becoming healthier, and years of intense research on nutrition and anti-aging. I then tried the system out on a couple of friends.

What I found was that my friends were seeing fat melt away, were getting sick less often, and discovering this new approach to healthy living was improving their lives in many areas!

BUT, many people I knew STILL were not able to keep the weight off and lead a permanently healthy, fit life.

I was (and still am) very proud of the book, as it contains a lot of unconventional information that works, and makes the whole idea of “dieting” easier to digest, so to speak.

Yet I couldn’t help feeling that the book was missing something. So I pulled it from my offerings and partnered up with my friend Wes who is a psychology whiz! I asked him to write a section on the psychology of fitness and weight loss.

Wes proceeded to create a program that would not only help you with dietary issues (he himself is challenged by Type 1 diabetes), but also help you connect with your thoughts and feelings in a constructive and very healing way. Since factors of self-esteem are at the root of psychological ailments, and self-concept is destiny, what better way to facilitate the mind-body connection than to address these things explicitly!

One of the frustrations that I…