Do You Want To Be Fit? Here’s Why You Should Stop Exercising And Do This First Instead

If you’re using exercise to change the shape of your body and get fitter, you might not be targeting the right areas first. Eric Edmeades, nutrition expert explains why in this video.

About The Video


If we want to be healthy, then we’re supposed to exercise, right? Well, there’s actually more to it than that.

WildFit Founder Eric Edmeades says that exercise isn’t bad… But it’s only healthy after we ensure we’re meeting two fundamental needs. Eric’s worked with thousands of people from all over the world, and he’s found this:

The vast majority of the people who are out there exercising are doing more damage to their bodies than help.

Watch the video to hear:

  • How we can actually harm our bodies with exercise if we don’t meet these two basic needs;
  • What we can do instead to create optimal health, fitness, and longevity;
  • How focusing on this one really important choice can help you lose weight and change your body shape;
  • In what cases can exercise can increase your health instead of damaging it.


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Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades

Eric Edmeades is an accomplished entrepreneur, author and the architect of several highly effective and transformational seminars, workshops and retreats around the world.

Since he cleared up 10 years of chronic symptoms by changing his beliefs about health and food, it’s been his life’s passion to help people wake up to the reality that, in terms of health, they are off course.

His years of research on the “human diet” — the diet that us humans are meant to be on — led him to develop WildFit, a step-by-step system to quickly transition people to this revolutionary way of looking at health and fitness.

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