‘In our opinion, there is no subject which has been overcomplicated as much as nutrition and exercise. Compared to when our grandparents were growing up, the way people live now is enormously different and this is reflected in our bodies. The expression ‘You Are What You Eat’ has never been more apparent. Combined with a nutrient poor diet, the vast majority of people drive their car to work, sit at a desk all day and spend the evening watching television. This has created a society where a lot of people wake up, take a good, hard look in the mirror and begin their day by berating themselves for how they look. They are immediately aware of their body and immediately aware that they don’t like it.
We don’t think that anybody should feel this way. Making people feel good about themselves is one of the most important aspects of what we do at Bodymotiv8 so I warmly encourage you to get involved with what we do.’
– Lee Spendiff, Director of Bodymotiv8