How to Overcome Fatigue, Feel Amazing and Perform Like a Champion

How to Overcome Fatigue, Feel Amazing and Perform Like a Champion

Since I was a little kid health has always been a central focus in my life. I used to compare calorie content on candy bars when I was little, often opting for the least aggressive one (the good ol’ days).

I’ve experimented with every possible diet – from Adkins to juice fasting, from paleo to vegan – and every form of exercise in search of finding the key elements that maximize performance.

With so much research, conflicting evidence and a new diet fad every week the only way to know for certain was to be my own human guinea pig.

In this video I share my years of experience and break down the ONE strategy that YOU can implement TODAY to have consistent energy, increased focus and feel like a total champion.

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  • transformpoker August 14, 2014 8:23 am

    Hey Alec! I don't know if I could handle that form of the diet, but I've definitely noticed that cutting out milk and red meat help me feel loads better. Also, exercising at least once a day for 30-60 minutes keeps me extremely happy and engaged throughout the day. Awesome post, as usual!

    • Alec Torelli August 14, 2014 8:36 am

      Sugar is tough, no doubt. I totally agree about dairy. It’s crazy how hard that stuff is to digest.
      Red meat of course makes you lethargic compared to other proteins, but I have to say I do miss that lean ground beef probably more than anything!
      The biggest sin is that the best tasting things are the most unhealthy for you… :/

  • Bjoern August 14, 2014 8:39 am

    Thanks for the video, boosts my willingness to continue this path. Been at it for two months now.

    Some questions: What do you eat that makes you feel full? Me myselk I eat a lot of rice, chicken, salmon, fruits, oatmeal, quark, vegetables. It works okay so far. The problem I have is that I kind of don't wanna waste time making the food. I have stopped eating sushi because of the sugar in the rice. And I am guessing indian food also contains some sugar, especially in their sauces. Any tips on good restaurant food? Chinese? Thai? I eat the swedish "husmanskost" as often as I can, since that is what I am most familiar with. But it is often hard to find at restaurants, believe it or not, and also often when you find it, it is a less healthy version of the meal compared to if you'd make it at home. I am weighing towards starting to make huge pots of healthy food, like once a week, and just put the stuff in the freezer.

    • Alec Torelli August 14, 2014 10:18 am

      Hi Bjoern,

      Great questions. I couldn’t agree more about the differences between restaurants and home cooking. Restaurants always add (often unnecessarily) extra oils, butters, and fats which make food much heavier.
      To answer your question about eating out, I would recommend looking up alternative cuisine which is generally more health conscious (vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, etc.). It’s not that these types of cuisine are what I’m advocating, but rather that AT these types of places you’ll find that they’re more used to keeping health at the center of their practice.
      For a great list of healthy alternatives check out

      As a general rule I would avoid eating out at heavy ethnic restaurants (thai, chinese, indian, etc.) because as you are aware the food leaves you feeling extra heavy. It’s also loaded with fats and often unhealthy oils!

      Cooking at home, or juicing and blending in particular are especially valuable. I would recommend buying a Vitamix juicer where you can make your own flour, sauces, nut butter, milks and smoothies in it.
      A juicer will also allow you to get all the minerals, vitamins and enzymes that come from fresh juice.
      You can even pack them go in air sealed, glass containers.
      I also love the idea of preparing food for the day or several days as it’s much more convenient and conducive to an “on the go” lifestyle.

      I hope this helps. Thanks for writing.

  • Isaac Cao August 25, 2014 2:24 pm

    Hey Alec (sorry for my bad english), im a big fan of your blog. Thanks a lot for the time you take for making this great posts. I admire your lifestyle and i starting switching mine, trying to apply your good advice. I even do a cleanse.

    Just out of curiosity, im starting playing live, any person can play in the Macao nosebleed cashgames?. I know there has been a lot of issues with waiting lists in Vegas, how are things in Macao? can a random show up and play the equivalent of 200usd-400usd? Those are open games or games via invitation?.

    Thanks again for your time!

    • Alec Torelli August 27, 2014 8:20 am

      Hey Isaac,

      Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate you taking the time to write. As for the games, it's hard to find ones that run that big. The biggest that goes is 50/100, but it's literally 8 pros waiting for someone to show up. The private ones don't even go anymore either – it's a long story, but it's looking to be that way for the time being.
      That being said, Macau is one of those things that if you're a poker player you have to check out and decide for yourself if you like it or it's worth it. The expenses are big, it's an aggressive experience but there's only one way to find out…

      Cheers man,

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