Thursday, June 4, 2020

Day 4 (96 hours) into my fast

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These are the results of my fast so far - 4 days into it.

Fasting disclaimer

The information on this page is not intended as medical advice in any way. I simply share my own, personal experience with fasting for anecdotal reasons. If you want to fast for an extended period of time, I recommend that you check in with a medical practitioner before attempting to do so.

Check out my experience 4 days into my water fast.
See the results below.

How much weight can you lose on 4 day water fast?

I weighed 69 kg (152 pounds) at the end of day 4. I weighed 68.5 kg (151 pounds) at the end of my third day of fasting. I weighed 73.5 kg (162 pounds) right at the beginning of my fast. This means that I went down from a 5 kg (11 pounds) loss to a 4.5 kg (10 pounds) loss.

I am glad about this because it means that my body has absorbed more water and my blood pressure is starting to rise after falling so low initially.

Most people lose an average of a pound of fat for every day of fasting. You can find the reference to that fact on the results page from my first day of fasting (linked below).

I am not fasting for weight loss. I am doing it in an attempt to heal my asthma and allergies. My symptoms have almost completely disappeared and I haven't taken an antihistamine since before I started my fast.

Water fast can deeply detox your body and empower it to heal from the inside out.
Fasting helps your body to heal.

Should you exercise before a fast?

I fasted for 36 hours and 44.5 hours before I felt like I couldn't continue anymore. I exercised like normal leading up to these two fasts. On this current fast, I didn't exercise for 5 days leading up to my fast and I've already fasted for more than double of my previous fasts.

I think that this is one of the many reasons why I was able to go on for so long without giving up. My theory is that exercise placed an energetic drain on the body, and that you will then enter into your fast with sub-optimal energy levels. This then decreases the amount of energetic strain that your body can take before it depletes its sugar stores and finally moves over to fat for energy.

Should you exercise during a fast?

I would definitely exercise during a shorter fast (24 hours or less). Our bodies are much stronger than we realize. If we started to deteriorate so shortly into a fast, the human race would not have been able to survive before the farming era.

Should you exercise during a prolonged fast (2 days or more)?

The documentary that I linked to on my first day's report shows fasting clinics that encourage their patients to exercise - and they fast for very long periods of time (up to 40 days at a time).

I haven't done any exercise so far. I am currently waiting until I feel strong enough (and have enough energy) to do so.

Learn when to push and when to rest.
I chose to rest until I am ready.

Energy levels during a fast

My energy levels have been better than the first three days. They aren't at their normal levels yet (I need to motivate myself to write this blog post). I get winded easily and find myself needing to catch my breath often.

The weird part is that I get a little energized whenever I move around. I have energy similar to a caffeine buzz when I drive somewhere in the car or when I walk around for whatever reason. It is very possible that a little exercise would coax my body further into ketosis and therefore give me more energy. I might try this theory tomorrow and see what happens.

Fasting for better eyesight

I am actually fasting for my allergies and asthma, but I only noticed today that I haven't had any eye strain at all since the beginning of my fast (4 days ago). It seems that my eyes are stronger and can take more screen time during a fast.

This effect might be similar to the fact that fasting protects healthy cells from chemotherapy. Fasting most probably protects the cells in the eyes from damage in a similar way.

Does sleep return to normal during a fast?

I slept horribly the first night of fasting. I slept deep and fully on the second night. I didn't sleep so well on the third night. I supplemented with magnesium and I slept much better afterwards. This lady who documented her 54 day water fast with daily videos also had some nights where sleep was amazing and other nights where good sleep was hard to come by.

Similar to her notes, I find that I sleep better when my electrolyte levels are in the right balance.

It is good to put your body through mild forms of stress.
It's okay to stress your body occasionally.

Emotional benefits of fasting

I have definitely felt more relaxed and at peace yesterday (day 3) and today (day 4). Previous mental stresses and anxieties have gone away. I have much less anger and frustration towards the people around me. At the same time, I am much less worried about what other people think about me.

This guy had the exact same emotional effect during his 21 day fast. He explains that he didn't worry about what people thought about him anymore. It was like a mental enlightenment that came to him. This feeling of less anxiety was so strong, in fact, that he unblocked a lot of people that he was worried were giving him nasty comments.

A few things happened today that would usually elicit a small sense of fear in me. I didn't feel emotional distressed at all.

There is this one person (different scenario) that gives me a dirty look whenever they see me. It used to really frustrate me and it used to give me real negative thoughts about them. In the last two days, though, it didn't bother me at all - literally not one bit. I actually smile at them now and want to greet them as warmly as possible.

I feel as if I've matured emotionally over the last two days. Small things don't bother me anymore. It is almost as if fasting has given me some mental clarity and a brand new perspective (and I'm only on day 4!).

Why does such a strong sense of calm and relaxation take over us during a fast? Dr. Mindy Pelz explains that certain brain chemicals are released during a fast that greatly benefits the mind.


  1. Growth hormone can increase by up to 1300% from 12 hours into a fast
  2. Ketones that heal the brain are created 13-15 hours into a fast
  3. BDNF (brain fertilizer) and serotonin increase dramatically from 24 hours into a fast
  4. Inflammation reduces throughout the body at 24 hours
  5. GABA production (which initiates a sense of calm) goes up from the 36th to 48th hour
  6. Neurons regenerate at this time as well
  7. Dopamine receptor sites are re-calibrated from around the third day of fasting.


List of brain benefits of fasting
Fasting is good for your brain.

Check out my experience from my first day of fasting.

Learn about my second fasting day.

Read about my third day of fasting.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Day 3 (72 hours) into my water fast

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Check out the results of my fast.

72 hour water fast disclaimer

I do not recommend that anybody else try this type of fasting. Consult your medical practitioner about any lifestyle changes that you plan to make. I am simply sharing my personal experiences as I fast. This is meant to serve as anecdotal evidence and is not meant to be a substitute for sound, medical advice.

Learn about my experiences on 3 day water fast.
Find the results below.

How much weight do you lose on a 3 day or 72 hour water fast?

I weighed 73.5 kg (162 pounds) right after my last meal. I currently weigh 68.5 kg (151 pounds) at the 72 hour mark. I therefore lost 5 kg (11 pounds) from 3 days of fasting.

I still had a lot of food in my belly as I weighed myself at hour 0 (right after my last meal). My blood pressure has dropped and I have lost a lot of water weight. This leaves me to believe that I've only lost about 2 kg (4 pounds) of fat.

I suspect that most people will lose a lot less than I did. My metabolism is high because I exercise regularly and I eat healthy. This means that my body is very efficient at burning fat for energy already.

I lost 5 kg (11 pounds) on 3 day water fast.
An estimated 2 kg of this is fat.

Hunger levels during a 3 day fast

I was the hungriest during the first day. My hunger dropped by about half on the second day. I wasn't hungry at all for most of my third day, but I do feel a little food deprived right now as I wright this article (about 72.5 hours after my last meal).

I'd say that my hunger has consistently dropped day after day. It is not completely gone, though. Water (salt water in my case to keep my blood pressure steady) has definitely helped to curb hunger cravings throughout the 3 days so far.

Our bodies have the remarkable ability to adapt to a new environment very quickly.
I feel better than I did on day 1.

Energy levels after 72 hours of fasting

I had an energy drop yesterday (day 2) afternoon.

I woke up with low energy that seems to come and go. I currently have low energy. It is not an uncomfortable kind of low energy. I feel very relaxed and laid back.

I find it hard to muster the motivation to do anything. I just want to sit back and watch videos.

Sleep during water fasting

I slept very little on day 1 (about 5 hours of sleep in total). I didn't feel like I needed any more sleep than that. I slept about 4 hours on day 2.

Day 2 (yesterday) night I fell asleep and slept through until late this morning. I slept for just over 8 hours - very soundly.

It looks like my sleep has returned back to normal. I had extremely low energy when I woke up this morning and it took me a while to get the energy to start the day.

Caffeine during a water fast

Some people say that you can have caffeine and that it will extenuate some of the benefits of fasting. Other people say that caffeine increases some fasting benefits but stops other benefits. I don't drink caffeine during my fasts in order to make sure that I get the maximum benefit from a pure water fast. I consume nothing but water and table salt.

I must say that this fast has been much easier that my previous fasts. I'm pretty sure that the fact that I stopped caffeine 6 days before my fast is a major contributing factor.

Most of the negative side effects of water fasting could probably be attributed to caffeine withdrawal for most people that embark on a pure water fast.

It is good to do things that make you uncomfortable from time to time.
I don't drink coffee when I fast.

Does food tempt you when you fast?

I have just completed 72 hours of fasting and my family made this wonderful stew with a new tomato-based sauce.

The smell fills the whole house and it smells absolutely delicious. I am tempted to break the fast and grab a bowl, but I don't feel too deprived to be without it at the same time.

The fact that I can enjoy it in the future and the fact that I am currently upgrading my body is enough to keep me from giving in to temptation.

Fasting gives you a strong sense of will power that transcends into other areas of your life. I feel proud of myself for navigating past this temptation. It is a lot easier than you would expect on day 3.

Why am I so cold when I fast?

The massive drop in blood pressure and metabolism of fat for energy will make it harder for your body to generate heat. Heat also costs energy that becomes very precious to your body during a fast.

I have noticed that my body temperature drops quite considerably. In order to keep myself motivated enough to stay away from food; I bargained that in place of that I can have two luxuries: heat and sleep. I have loosened my self-imposed restrictions on sleep and I have allowed myself to sit in front of the heater whenever I want.

It is healthy for you to get too hot and too cold from time to time. I have currently been fascinated by research into the health benefits of heat and cold.

Since my body is already under enough stress during this prolonged fast, I won't do any heat training until I start eating again.

Our bodies are amazing. They have mechanisms to cope with almost every kind of situation.
Low blood pressure is a part of fasting.

Have my allergies and asthma improved after three days of fasting?

I noted on both my first and second day of fasting that my allergies and asthma seem to disappear completely after 24 hours of fasting. This effect lasted all the day through the second day.

I woke up this morning with a slightly tighter chest than what I have had for the first two days. It seems as if I've had some sort of reversal of these benefits on my third day. My allergies/asthma is much, much better than it ever would be when I don't fast, but it is not as good as it was on day one and two.

I think that this could be for one of two possible reasons. Firstly, my body could be more adapted to going without food and therefore it is starting to return to a place of normalcy (like, for instance, the fact that I slept fully for the first time last night).

The second theory is that the small recurrence of my asthma or allergies is part of the healing crises that is said to happen during fasts when the body starts to heal itself.

See the results from my first day of fasting.
See the results from my second day of fasting.
Here are the results of my fourth day of fasting.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Day 2 (48 hours) into my water fast

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This is what happened at the end of my second day

Fasting disclaimer

This information is for anecdotal purposes only. None of the information contained on this page is meant to serve as medical advice. I am simply sharing my own experience as I embark on an extended fast. Do you own research and consult your medical practitioner if you want to do a fast of your own.

Learn what happened during my 48 hour fast.
Check out the details below.

My experience during the second day of my water fast

I stand proud at the end of day 2, 48 hours into my extended fast. Here are the results and other comments that I have to say so far:

How much weight can you lose on a 2 day or 48 hour water fast?

I weighed 73.5 kg (162 pounds) at the end of my last meal. I weigh 69.5 kg (153 pounds) at the 48 hour mark. This equated to a 4 kg (9 pounds) reduction in weight. I'd estimate that only 2 kg (4 pounds) of this is actual fat mass. I had a full belly at hour 0. I have also lost a lot of water weight as my blood pressure dropped.

Most people should expect to lose about a half a kilogram (or a pound) of fat mass per day of fasting (see my first day's report for my clinical reference to that number).

I am losing more weight than normal because I already exercise regularly and eat healthy. My metabolism is good enough that my body automatically burns calories at a faster rate. 

I don't need to fast to burn fat. I'm doing it to see if it will cure my allergies.

Your metabolism determines how much weight you will gain or lose.
What you do outside of fasts is important.

The effects of a 2 day (48 hour) water fast on allergies and asthma

I felt noticeably better from yesterday (about the 24 hours mark) already. It is Tuesday night and I haven't taken an antihistamine since Sunday night (before the fast began).

I have not sneezed or produced excess mucus as a result of my allergies in these two days. It has been as if I don't have allergies at all. I blew my nose once in the last 24 hours.

I slept without any breathing issues at all last night. The fasting definitely has an immediate, preventative effect on my allergies. I would say that it works better than any antihistamine that I have tried.

I struggled to sleep due to the fasting last night but I breathed normally throughout the entire night. My chest did not close up at all and I breathed very easily right through the night until now (late into the following day). This is remarkably better than I would feel after using an antihistamine.

The long-term benefits of fasting increase dramatically with every extra day that you do. I don't have any allergy or asthmatic symptoms at all now, but I want fasting to cure it permanently - not stop it temporarily. 

The longer I go, the better my chances are at curing my allergies and asthma for good (see the documentary I linked to in my first day's journal for evidence of fasting's ability to cure allergies and asthma).

I will only know if the fast cured my allergies permanently when I start eating again. Stay tuned for that. I will update every day as I go on.

My allergies totally disappeared after 24 hours of fasting.
Fasting reduces allergies.

Low blood pressure during fasting

Your body lowers its blood pressure dramatically when you fast. It does this for a variety of reasons. Insulin, triggered by sugar from food, helps the body to hold onto salt and retain water. Without food, insulin drops and blood pressure plummets along with it. 

Secondly, your body uses a lot of water to flush out the by-products of ketosis - primarily at the beginning stages. It won't need to flush out the ketones as drastically as you go deeper into ketosis.

Last night (after 24 hours of fasting), I struggled to sleep well. My blood pressure was extremely low. I felt dizzy, light headed and ill. I could hear my heart beating loud in my chest. These are all classic signs of low blood pressure. The dehydration caused by water loss made me feel cold most of the time (dehydration can make you feel cold).

I contemplated ending the fast because I feared that I was pushing my body too far - I felt horrible and it kept me from sleeping well. I eventually decided to carry on seeing if my blood pressure goes back to normal - and it does!

I still feel light-headed, but not as much as I did last night/earlier this morning. I drank more water today to help my body flush out the ketogenic by-products without having to lose more water weight. I have been adding salt to my water to help my body retain more water.

I weighted 69.5 kg (153 pounds) this morning (36 hours into my fast), and I weigh exactly the same tonight (I weigh myself every 12 hours for this experiment). I have definitely lost fat between now and then. The fact that I haven't lost more body weight in 12 hours means that my blood pressure is slowly returning back to normal.

I feel better now than what I did about 16 hours ago. My experiment shows, so far, that blood pressure stabilizes after dropping during a fast.

The transition is the hardest part when it comes to your health.
It gets easier along your fast.

Low energy from fasting

I felt hungrier than anything during day 1 of fasting. My hunger is starting to stabilize. The temptation to eat, being around a family that eats regularly, is still quite strong.

Today, more than anything else, I feel weak and low on energy. My body feels like it is so much heavier when I get up and lift my arm, for example.

I am happy that my blood pressure is going back to normal because I would hate to feel weak and dizzy at the same time.

This is probably because of the fact that my sugar stores are running out and my body needs to learn to rely on fat exclusively. For all the weakness, I have the feeling that my energy will return to normal (or possibly better than normal) shortly.

It is normal to have an initial energy drop at the beginning of your water fast. It returns to normal at day 3 to 4.

It is wise to learn when to stop and when to keep on going.
Know your limits.

See the report on my first day (24 hours) of fasting.
See the results of my third day of fasting.
Check out my fourth day of fasting.

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Monday, June 1, 2020

Day 1 (24 hours) into my fast

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This is my personal experience on a long-term fast.

The first 24 hours of my fast

I have decided to fast in order to cure the asthmatic symptoms that I feel during the night or when I try to sleep. This blog will document my experience.

Fasting disclaimer

This fasting journal (and the journal entries that are to follow) is not intended to be used as medical advice. I am simply sharing my personal experiences and results when it comes to fasting. I strongly advise that you do your research and consult your medical practitioner before making lifestyle changes of any sort.

My experience: 24 hours into my long-term fast
Check out my experience with fasting

Previous fasts

I used to practice intermittent fasting every day (for over a year) until a few months ago. I wasn't able to eat enough calories to support my muscle-building goals, so I went back to eating from the time that I woke up. I did a 36 hour fast 2 months ago when I quit smoking. 

I attempted to do a long fast two weeks ago, but I became extremely hungry at the end of day 2 (44.5 hours into my fast). I ended the fast because it didn't feel right and I am a firm believer of listening to my body.

I will never push my body further than a certain limit. It's hard to explain, but I could feel that my body couldn't go further at the time. I have been eating normally since then.

Never push your body further than what it can handle.
Learn to listen to what your body needs.


Fasting to quit smoking

I mentioned that I fasted to quit smoking in my previous point - and it worked like a charm. I struggled to quit smoking for over 10 years. I discovered that fasting resets the dopamine receptors in your brain - and I know that dopamine is what makes nicotine addictive. I wanted to see if fasting would reset the same dopamine receptors that nicotine triggers.

I had my last cigarette on Friday night before I went to bed. I planned to avoid smoking and eating at the same time from the time that I got up on Saturday morning. I was hungry and craved a cigarette, but it wasn't as bad as it would have been if I wasn't fasting (I have tried quitting smoking many, many times before. If there's one person who knows how bad smoking is for you, it's me).

The hunger seemed to distract my body or brain from the fact that it wasn't getting any nicotine. It has never been so easy to go without cigarettes. It took will power, but it was actually doable.

I wanted to fast for three days, but I felt so dizzy and my blood pressure dropped so low on the 36th hour that I decided to break my fast. I haven't had a cigarette since (and I don't crave one at all now). It's been two months.

I used fasting to quit smoking and now I'm using it to cure my allergies.
I investigate the power of fasting.

How much weight can you lose on a 24 hour fast?

I weighed 73.5 kg (162 pounds) right after my last meal yesterday. I weighed 70 kg (154.3 pounds) exactly 24 hours afterwards. I therefore lost 3.5 kg (7.7 pounds) of weight from my 24 hour fast. I'd say that only 1 kg (2.2 pounds) of this is actually fat mass. The rest was food and water weight.

Remember that I was still full of food at the beginning because I weighed myself right after my last meal. When insulin goes down, you lose a lot of water weight on a fast as well.

I lost more weight than the average person for a variety of reasons. Firstly, my insulin and blood pressure is generally low (so it is easy for me to lose weight very quickly). It is easy to drop water weight for people with low blood pressure.

I am already very fat adapted so my body goes into ketosis (a state of using fat for energy) quite quickly. This is because I exercise a lot, used to practice intermittent fasting and I don't eat a lot of processed food or artificial sweeteners. I eat lots of whole fruit and vegetables (which increase your body's ability to lose weight).

My metabolism (the rate at which I burn calories for energy) is also very high because of the fact that I exercise on an average of twice a day. I also increase my metabolism through heat training.

My greater muscle mass cost more calories to maintain.

These factors greatly increase the rate at which I burn fat on a fast (and every other day in general).

Most people would have to wait a few days before their bodies completely switch over to fat metabolism for energy.

One of my clients loses about 1 kg (2.2 pounds) of weight per day of fasting (3 kg on 3 consecutive fasting days), but gains about half of that after the fast. The general consensus is that you can lose about a pound of fat per day with fasting.

Exercise regularly, cut out junk food and eat natural food.
This is how you lose weight.

I don't fast for weight loss

There is no doubt that fasting helps you to lose weight. That's what fat is there for - times when there is no food available. I know of people who lose a lot of weight through fasting (much like my client, who prefers the fasting method to other methods that she's tried over the last few years).

I personally find exercise to help me the most when I want to lose weight. This exercise plan, for example, can burn a lot of fat in a short period of time.

I am fasting for a completely different reason:

Fasting is a powerful tool that you can use to heal your body of many diseases.
Fasting does more than burn fat.

Fasting to cure allergies and asthma

There is a surprising amount of evidence that fasting can cure allergies and other autoimmune diseases like eczema and asthma. 

I've been having breathing problems at night. My goal is to fast until the respiratory problems go away completely. This YouTube documentary covers fasting clinics that use fasting to heal diseases like allergies and asthma.

According to the video, 10-15% of people with asthma are completely cured after a single session of long-term fasting. Other people are cured after a secondary session, third session and other lifestyle changes.

They showed an x-ray of lungs with asthma before and after fasting. The lung's cells were full of histamine at the beginning. They were completely healed after fasting.

It has only been 24-25 hours of fasting at the time of writing this article, and I can already feel a noticeable change on my allergies. I usually start sneezing from the second half of the day because there is a lot of dust around me. I go into a sneezing fit whenever somebody uses the vacuum cleaner in the same room as me.

I haven't sneezed yet today, and I did not need to take antihistamines yet (which I have been taking every day for the last few weeks).

This lady explains that your body starts to heal itself from 12 hours after your last meal, and that inflammation starts to drop at about 24 hours. 


Fasting can help with allergies and asthma.
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Why fasting cures allergies and asthma

My personal theory is that our bodies were meant to go through times of feast and famine (when where there is plenty of food and when there isn't any food at all). Technology has allowed us to live in a state of constant food availability.

There are certain bodily functions that can only happen in the absence of food because digestion takes a lot of energy. 

Cells focus on multiplication in the presence of nutrition. They focus on preservation and self-cleaning in the absence of nutrition. 

When we don't eat, this energy can go to other functions like cleaning up cells, killing off immune cells that are deformed and therefore are too active, repairing cellular damage, etc.

When we don't go without food for too long, our bodies never have time to clean themselves out and this leads to too much inflammation.

This, as I have already said, is my personal theory (although this point is backed up by doctors and researchers that I've linked to in the last three hyperlinks).

We were made to be hungry from time to time. When we don't experience hunger, our bodies start to fall apart. It is a natural, biological process.

We were made to go through periods of feast and famine.
Balance is very important.

My fasting experiment

I am going to do a long-term fast in order to see whether it will clear up my breathing problems and allergies. I will share my experiences in a day-to-day blog entry on this website. Follow my Twitter account for news on the next update. Stay Strong!

Check out the results of my second day of fasting.
See the results of my third day of fasting.
Here are the results of my fourth day of fasting.

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Health and Fitness Quotes (page 42)

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1. You're not going anywhere without getting a little dirty


You're not going anywhere without getting a little dirty.
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2. Your success is directly connected to how much value you provide to others


Your success is directly connected to how much value you provide to others.
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3. Your self-image becomes your reputation


Your self-image becomes your reputation.
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4. Your potential is limitless


Your potential is limitless.
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5. Your mind and your heart should never work against each other


Your mind and your heart should never work against each other.
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6. Your health is deeply connected to your sleep


Your health is deeply connected to your sleep.
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7. Your greatest power has always been inside of you


Your greatest power has always been inside of you.
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8. Your foundation determines your potential for success


Your foundation determines your potential for success.
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9. Stop putting off being happy


Stop putting off being happy.
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10. Never lose sight of what is most important


Never lose sight of what is most important.
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1. You won't face your fears until you have no other choice


You won't face your fears until you have no other choice.
First health and fitness quote


2. You won't find victory if you do what everybody else is doing


You won't find victory if you do what everybody else is doing.
Second health and fitness quote


3. You won't get very far if you don't do anything original


You won't get very far if you don't do anything original.
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4. You'd be surprised if you pay more attention


You'd be surprised if you pay more attention.
Fourth health and fitness quote


5. Your action or lack of action today will affect someone around the world tomorrow


Your action (or lack of action) today will affect someone around the world tomorrow.
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6. Your actions are a mere reflection of your thoughts


Your actions are a mere reflection of your thoughts.
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7. Your expression changes everything


Your expression changes everything.
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8. Your actions reflect what you believe about yourself


Your actions reflect what you believe about yourself.
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9. Your attitude determines your altitude


Your attitude determines your altitude.
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10. Your environment determines your success rate


Your environment determines your success rate.
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