ABOUT AUTHOR

NISAN TROTTER is a sought after motivational  speaker widely known as the Fitness Preacher. His life attests to the fact that over 20 years, and upon graduation as a first-generation college student from Bucknell University, his professional career to pursue his dreams of becoming a fitness entrepreneur.  Trotter's success in the fitness industry garnered national and international attention en route to winning Fitness Business Summit Personal Trainer of the Year Award. He's been madly in love with his beautiful bride, Yorelis, for nearly a decade, and he's on a nonstop cheek-kissing mission with his two little boys, Onesimus and Osias! 

 

NISAN'S DYNAMITE,

WORDS OF AFFIRMATION

I am powerful beyond measure and a magnet for success. Obstacles, trials, and tribulations do not stop me from reaching my fullest potential because I am a victor not a victim. Better hunts me down daily. I will never peak. I am attractive, abundant-minded, brave, generous, and a force of love for the world to witness. I have a supernatural gifting in me to accelerate and excel!

 
 

Nisan's Top Ten Flabby-to-Firm Transformation Tips

Nothing beats father time. We often underestimate the amount of work ethic it takes to transform and the time it takes to reach our goals. I've been on a 2-year (+) journey and counting of getting bigger, leaner, and stronger. Stay the course!

Process is your brand new lover. There is a difference between process goals and product goals. Product goals can be discouraging, especially if you do not see the changes you want immediately. These changes are the lean abs or 30-40 pounds down on the scale. However, we are more in control of the process to reaching those goals. They consist of eating our veggies, working out at least three times a week, and drinking adequate amounts of water. Fall in love with the process and the finished product will come. Trust the process.  

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Know the difference between commitment and crazy. My first show pictures didn't look very good. I was dehydrated and wilted-looking. There was a time when I did two-a-days for 8 weeks straight (even worked out at the airport) and it took me only 8 weeks to reach 88 sessions. It was way too much with a wife, a kid, travel, speaking engagements, coaching clients, running a business, and so on. I scaled back, took it slower and redefined what commitment looked like for me. 

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Different strokes for different folks.  There is Flex Dieting, Carb Cycling, Intermittent Fasting, Calorie Counting, Strict Macros, and so on. Find what eating plan works for you and stick to it. With proper execution, any plan will work. The goal is to figure out which is better for you, your personality type, and lifestyle.

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Count the cost. My sacrifices took me away from the things I previously enjoyed! I had to establish a new normal to reach my goals. The holiday cookies and treats were drastically reduced if you know what I mean. I indulged...but at a lesser rate. Sometimes, I unwillingly worked out on Friday nights and Sunday mornings. Oh, and lots and lots of money spent on the same nutrient dense food. Reaching your dream body will cost you. 

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Watch the carbs. My best results came from ELIMINATING SO MANY CARBS and increasing the veggie and protein consumption. Little-by-little, I stopped eating  many carbs, especially the final two weeks before showtime. Want to see weight drop? Cut the processed foods. 

Forget those things that are behind you. Press forward to a higher high. My previous body or before photo comprised a standout receiver at Bucknell University who won Most Outstanding Offensive Back Award and led the Patriot League in Yards Per Catch. However, I had to have a bad memory to reach a NEW transformation. Don't "date yourself" too long. Look ahead to a brand new in a brand new body!

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Recognize that you are human. You are going to make mistakes. I use to get so mad at myself when I didn't have the perfect day in the gym or kitchen. I can really be Type A, sometimes. Don't compound mistakes. Accept your error and move on. 

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Life happens. During competition prep, I lost my close aunt, Essie Edwards, and my Father-in-love, Santos Millayes. It was very hard on me and my family. My wife and I also closed on our first home and had our first son, Onesimus. These occurrences temporarily derailed me and my goals, but I learned the value of restarting and refocusing. Press restart. 

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Get social and professional accountability. Tell your friends what you are doing. Throw it out there on social media. Then, work with someone who knows what they are doing. Hire professionals and coaches. It is not going to be cheap nor should it be. I believe in paying premiums for topnotch services. It helps with accountability. 

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