What Can I Do For You?

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I hope you’re doing great and that 2010 is off to an awesome start for you!

This post is a little different than my last few.

It’s a new year. You probably have some health and fitness goals for the next 12 months.

Here’s the deal:  I want to help you achieve those goals.

So what I want to know from YOU is; what can I do for you?

uncle sam pointing finger at you

What do you need more clarification on?

What topics should I cover in the next few blog posts?

In the comment box below let me know what you need help with, and what I can
do for you to help you reach your goals for 2010.

Rock on!

5 Responses to “What Can I Do For You?”

  1. Bonnie Says:

    TOPICS: Research that says we SHOULD eat prior to working out and WHAT is BEST for muscle/weight loss. Why almonds and fish oil help you burn fat. What can we ADD to our program that packs the biggest PUNCH (might be fish oils/nuts–or could be meditation–who knows). How about discussing LABS–how to lower LDL, raise HDL, lower TGs (triglycerides), manage blood sugar.
    My goals are to workout at least 4 times per week with Luke “the BEST trainer in the world” Wold and start feeding my body what it NEEDS and not what I *think* it wants.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR LUKE!!!

  2. Deirdre Says:

    My focus this year is on my nutrition. I have a horrible sweet tooth and I crave carbs! But these things don’t like me. Over the holidays I allowed myself to binge on the things I thought I wanted. They were yummy but not as satisfying as I thought and they left me feeling tired and grouchy! So this year I want to find the right balance between supporting my hard work in the gym with appropriate treats!

  3. Rose Says:

    I want to loose my hip/stomach fat but I dont want to loose my chest curves… is there any way to get a super sexy lower stomach and still retain some curves?
    Thanks Luke!

  4. Dr. Russell Says:

    Nutrition is always a great topic. How about a post for the boys outlining your favorite exercises to get us ripped. I also know that there is a lot of research out there for exercise and how it boosts self confidence, better sleep, increase in mental awareness/function. Would be great to read a blog about that.

    Aloha

  5. Linda Says:

    Goals: I want to change my body enough to try on all the clothes in my closet. I want to dispose of the clothing I don’t really need or want. Reaching this goal is important so that I may encourage others to jump into the program.
    Working out is no longer an option! It is as important as eating correctly, for me. I need a SPAM BLOCKER!! Some little saying, excercise, that will stop me in my tracks as I over ride want v need positive v negative reaction to the food I consume.
    Thank you for your inspiration and enjoy a wonderful New Year!