Hey there, it’s Mike (Founder of MC Newsletters and co-author of Black Book of Secrets, Dirty Little Book of Dieting, The Home Exercise Crash Course, 30 Days to a Thin New You, and Man on a Mission).
I’m glad you stopped by our website.
Ever read the book Unlimited Power?
If you haven’t, you should. It’s in my top 3 books of all-time.
And, although it’s not a weight loss book per se, it’ll make any weight loss program easier to stick to.
There are two paths to weight loss:
1) Slow and Steady.
2) Immediate, grand impact and then maintenance.
Slow and steady is considered the proper way by most weight loss coaches.
If requires strong focus and consistent action.
Attention to detail over the long term.
Progress is happening, but incremental changes are tough to perceive in the short-term. So, measurement is paramount.
You must trust the process and maintain a level of willpower, and you will reach your goal.
Immediate and grand impact is the more controversial approach to weight loss.
It focuses on a massive shift in the way you think about diet and exercise.
It requires absolute tenacity for a set period of time upfront- mentally and physically.
It creates a big, motivating win upfront, and rewires your connections to food and exercise so that maintaining or further progressing your results comes naturally.
Now, there’s no right or wrong path.
They’ll both get you to your goal. But, there is a right way for you.
When you read the description of slow and steady vs. immediate impact, what was your gut feeling?
Go with your gut.
There’s an energy brewing inside of you. Lean into it. Hard.
We believe in exploiting that energy to rack up your first win on the scale.
Even if it’s a small win.
Because you took action (not like your friends that think about doing it, or talk about doing it), and have created momentum.
And momentum is your best friend (for reasons you’ll soon find out).
Our website (MCNewsletters) was born 13 years ago (although we’ve been in the fitness industry since 1999).
If you care to discover a little more about us, read on…
Body Fat Snipers:
Michael J. Collins CPT- ISSA. Specialist in Performance Nutrition and Exercise.
Founder of MCNewsletters and co author of the Black Book of Secrets and Man on a Mission, as well as 30 Days to a Thin New You.
Has held the World Championship Title of “Fitness Professional” for 20 years. Got hooked on turning ordinary bodies into extraordinary bodies in the gym at night, while working his way through school.
Now he observes the nuance and distinctions that generate success and slings insight straight to you from his laptop while eating pizza in Brooklyn or fish tacos in Sausalito.
Easily Bribed w/ Tickets: U2. Baseball. Football. Basketball. Tennis.
NYC ✈ Nor Cal
Eugene Thong CSCS
Eugene Thong, CSCS, was born a weak, skinny, bespectacled child. Now, thanks to a steady diet of martial arts, scientific inquiry, and heavy compound movements, he’s no longer weak. His scientific bent, Zen-like demeanor, and efficient but intense methods have made him one of New York’s most sought-after personal trainers.
When not helping clients cultivate their own inner 6-packs, Eugene can be found arm barring opponents at Renzo Gracie’s Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy or sailing through the air on his snowboard.
Fiorella DiCarlo RD, RDN, CDN
Fiorella is a Registered Dietitian and has both clinical and research experience in medical nutrition therapy. She is considered a food and nutrition expert by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND).
She has a B.S in Nutrition and Food Science. Her training also includes two post graduate training programs from the Women’s Therapy Institute in Eating and the Body: A Cultural, Relational Psychoanalytic Framework and another from the William Alanson White Institute for Psychoanalysis in Eating Disorders, Compulsions and Addictions.
Her private practice specializes in Eating Disorders and helping people Change their Relationship with Food.
Fiorella is the founder of Fiorella Eats, an exploration of food through the eyes and taste buds of a Registered Dietitian. A foodie and food curator first, Fiorella Eats chronicles the NYC food scene and shows how to get in touch with your food–touch it, smell it, cook it, love it!
Fiorella Eats is an exploration of food culture through the eyes and taste buds of an Italian born, U.S raised Registered Dietitian who is in love with food! Fiorella is a foodie & food curator first and chronicles the food scene in NYC through its cuisines, art, and cultural events.
Fiorella also cooks easy, nutritionally balanced meals and eats to live longer and better. She still cans her own tomatoes in September with her mother and sisters and grew up eating Neapolitan peasant food and can’t resist a good pig snout! She has been called “Severely Italian”.
Her clinical work taught her how our relationship with food can go terribly wrong so she thought she would dedicate her time to Changing your Relationship with Food!
She believes in the medicinal value of food without a diet approach to health. Food should be delicious, balanced and eaten without guilt. Trust your taste! Get in touch with your food: touch it, smell it, love it, cook it!