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017: Creating An Environment That Sets You Up For Success with Declan Doyle

In this week’s episode I’m talking with Declan Doyle, an awesome dude who was actually one of my tutors when I first became a personal trainer.

We’ve both been up to a lot since then and one thing Dec has been focusing a lot on is building environments that set you up for success.

You might have heard personal trainers and others in the health and fitness industry talk about the obesegenic environment we live in today. Basically, the world is set up to make you fat.

Which is part of what makes it so hard to lose weight and keep it off. There are vending machines with drinkable calories on every corner, cars and escalators to do all our walking for us, and so many other things that shift us towards eating more, and moving less.

But, with a few small tweaks, you can start setting up your environment to do the opposite.

Let’s get into it.

Let’s get into it.

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