I need to tell you about something that flies in the face of what most women believe about losing fat and getting fit—I too believed it for most of my adult life (boy, was I wrong!)
If they only knew the truth, they’d not only be able to much more easily get in shape but, more importantly, they’d STAY in shape.
Now, if you’re looking and feeling your best these days—awesome. I’m happy for you.
But if you’re not…
However, first, I want to mention something just as important but a bit more personal…
You see, far too many of us walk around believing we don’t deserve good things.
Whether consciously or unconsciously, we believe things about ourselves that just aren’t true.
That we don’t deserve to be fit, healthy, and happy.
I used to look in the mirror and think I’d always be overweight. It was a story I told myself that was only true because I believed it.
I told it to myself, believed it, and made it my reality by acting as if it were law.
It was a lie I complied with every day. So up and down my weight went.
And let me tell you…
My self-image was in the tank.
The bad thoughts and feelings made me gain more weight and the extra weight made my feelings and self-image even worse. A vicious, depressing cycle of blubber and frustration.
And here’s the thing…
It’s not like I ate bad every day. I actually ate pretty good most of the time.
But I was an emotional eater. I’d get sad about my weight and binge on pastries, chips and sweets.
I wasn’t even aware of all the shame I carried around. I knew some it, sure…
For example, I wore baggy clothes to hide my body because of how ashamed of it I was.
And I did most of my binging when no one was looking.
I was aware of all that…
But I had no idea how much old wounds from my childhood were actually running the show…
I was trying to stuff down my feelings with food! I’d eat until I was sick.
But once I understood what was going on inside me…
Once I finally rooted out the beliefs that were holding me back AND took action toward my goals…
I lost 63 pounds—which I’ve kept off for years now.
And today, I KNOW that I deserve to be healthy, fit, and happy—and you deserve the same.
However, to achieve it, it requires we put in some work.
The good news is that…
You do NOT need to exercise a lot.
In fact, if you’re strategic about it, three 30-minute workouts per week can do wonders for your body, health, and well-being.
And you don’t even have to try your hardest in the workouts. In fact, trying too hard, too often will actually hinder your results.
A few short, full-body workouts per week—made up primarily of multi-joint free weight and/or bodyweight movements, done with proper form in the right rep ranges—can often be precisely what the body needs.
Combine it with a sound nutritional plan, and you can make an incredible transformation.
And get this (more good news)…
You don’t need to deprive yourself of the foods you enjoy either!
If you’re strategic about it, you can incorporate your favorite foods into your fat loss strategy.
Most women think they need to suffer and be hungry all the time to make a transformation.
It simply isn’t true. Otherwise, we’d all be doomed.
In fact, if your nutrition program causes you to suffer and be hungry
Losing fat and getting fit isn’t an all-or-nothing game.
Not only have I seen this time and again with my clients but…
A recent study analyzing over a million data points from one thousand nutrition coaching clients shows that changing your body doesn’t require 100% consistency, like most of us believe it does.
You don’t have to give it 100% every day to make a transformation.
Let’s say right now you’re being between 0% and 50% consistent with a sound exercise and nutrition plan…
If you bump that to 80-90%—which you can easily do without you having to deprive yourself or work out every day—you can make one heck of a transformation.
And, what’s crazy is, you’ll most likely be able to stick with it longer than if you were 100% consistent.
We need balance in life. We need to enjoy what we’re eating.
But most women go from zero to gung ho and back to zero.
They yo-yo between 0% and 100%.
You’d be much better off to keep it to 75-90% for the long haul.
Which is SO doable. And it doesn’t even require a strong will.
ANYONE can do it. It’s a much easier approach than the all-or-nothing strategy (though you still need to put in some work—but not nearly as much as most women believe).
Now, if you’re currently either in the shape you want to be in or are in the process of making a healthy transformation, kudos!
I commend you, am very happy for you, and would LOVE to hear about your results.
But if you’re not on track to the body you want, why not?
Do you maybe believe (even unconsciously) that you don’t deserve to be fit, healthy, and happy?
Do you see it as an all or nothing game? That you have to give it 100% 24/7/365 or you won’t get lasting results?
I wonder what it is that’s holding you back…
The good news is (more good news!) is that you can fix it.
If you’re strategic in your approach, you can do a few short workouts per week, at moderate intensity, get your eating 85% on track, and in short order, be looking and feeling your best.
I want you to know that I support you and am in your corner. I want you to succeed.
Because you do deserve it.
However, if you’re having difficulty going it alone…
… and you’d like some help reaching your health and fitness goals, submit you’re info here and let’s talk (I won’t try to talk you into anything by the way)…
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