Does anybody ever REALLY admit how imperfect their diet really is?
Can bodybuilders afford to screw up their diet, or is that the ultimate test of discipline and diligence?
Can a fitness maverick or maven truly still get their results if they are indulging too much? Is there really this extra room for error, even in their diets?
Am I a health coach and specialist who will ever claim to know it all? (The answer is no.)
Is any one diet really going to deliver the benefits that are promised and supposedly proven in trials?
Will I ever get this right? Will any of us?
Why do people think that their leadership is or should be perfect, in order to help them? Doesn't it matter what the goal is?
Should we choose our trainers, fitness experts, health coaches and training partners based on the diet and the body we want to have?
Do already fit people need to lose more weight?
Does Hollywood exacerbate our quest for perfection?
Do we do too much in an effort to be, look or attain "perfect?"