“Typically, people who exercise start eating better and becoming more productive at work. They smoke less and show more patience with colleagues and family. They use their credit cards less frequently and say they feel less stressed. Exercise is a keystone habit that triggers widespread change.”

Charles Duhigg in “The Power Of Habits”



Regular exercising - even if it is only once or twice a week – can form a so called “keystone habit.” Keystone habits trigger a cascade of other positive changes. I had noticed similar changes with myself and partly associated them with exercising. However, it was only in my research for this book that I found evidence for this. Regular exercise is probably the best investment of time in your life. We will talk more about keystone habits in the section “Changing Habits.”



Getting started is the most difficult part and also the phase where most people drop out. Tips to get started and keep going. Learn more

Your exercise program

Understand the building blocks for an exercise program that will help you to feeling better, fitter and provide high-value fat-burn. Learn more

Putting it all together

More tips on how you can build your own exercise program tailored to your preferences and how a sample program can look like. Learn more