Discover The 5 Easiest Strategies To Systematically Destroy Your Health, Decrease Your Quality Of Life, Inhibit Your Daily Performance, And Dramatically Decrease The Risk Of Living a Long Healthy Life
If you want to look older, feel older, and dramatically increase your risk of kicking the bucket sooner than expected, then you’ve come to the right place! Inside this super-secret, wealth-infused tome of blueprint-esque tips from the demi-gods (aka “the gurus”) of health, fitness, weight loss, and elite athletic performance, you’ll find tons of golden nuggets scattered everywhere about everything you need to know to make your hopes and dreams a reality.
Finally, achieving your goals couldn’t be easier, and if you ACT NOW, you can learn exactly what you need to do in just five easy steps…
1) You can start by sitting around all day. Not only should you remain sedentary at home and at work, but you should avoid any and all forms of exercise or physical activity in general. Besides, no single activity could do more damage than this, and according to recent research, sedentary behavior is more destructive to health than smoking a pack of cigarettes per day. Speaking of smoking…
2) While you’re sitting there, you could improve your results by ingesting toxic substances regularly. Now, don’t get me wrong here. I’m not saying you should do anything illegal, as that would be quite a problem indeed. Besides, you can get much the same effects on your brain chemistry from pursuing a sugar addiction as you can from crack cocaine. Who needs narcotics, anyway? Just make sure you’ve got a steady supply of alcohol, tobacco, or sweet tarts (etc.), and get to work. Once you’ve chosen your vice, only then should you worry about having a surplus on hand (max out those credit cards!). And once you do, use liberally. Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Accelerate Aging and Reduce Your Expected Lifespan – GUARANTEED!
As you may have already seen, I announced last week that I am planning to develop a fitness product for you. After over 250 people have weighed in on my product ideas survey, I have a pretty good idea of what you’re all looking for and have decided to move forward with product creation.
I thought I had seen it all, and then I saw this video showcasing ten weird feats of strength. To say that I’m flabbergasted would be an accurate analysis, and my jaw may have dropped open once or twice without my knowledge. If you want to experience a similar physical response, then check out the video below. Also, fair warning that some of these feats of strength may border on disturbing. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Once in awhile, someone will send me a message telling me that they don’t appreciate that I review and endorse programs/services, participate in product launches, and otherwise earn an income from my website, stating that it makes me incapable of being trusted, invalidates my opinion, hurts my credibility and reputation, or something to that effect. I’ve even heard it rumored that some people truly believe it’s wrong to make money online – period. Can you believe that? I mean, anyone who earns an income from an internet business must have hidden motives. Right? Give me a break!
John Sifferman, Suspected Con Artist and Snake Oil Salesman
I’m glad to report that these messages are few and far between, and I could probably count on one hand how many times this subject has actually come up since I founded Physical Living back in 2008. And it doesn’t bother me in the least when it does. I certainly don’t lose sleep over it. But in the event that there are swarms of other people who don’t like that I make money online from doing something I love, and in an effort to be completely transparent with you, I’m about to lay everything out for you to understand exactly how I earn an income from this website. I’ve got nothing to hide, and honestly, I didn’t even think writing something like this was necessary until I got yet another message about it not too long ago.
The honest truth is that I have absolutely zero qualms about making money from this website. Thousands of hours and thousands of dollars have been invested to build PhysicalLiving.com and keep it running (and growing!), and it is definitely not cheap to keep it up and running every day.