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I am so sick of this

  I’m here to warn you about 5 fat loss myths that most people fall for. This might come across as a soapbox rant, and for that I apologize, but trust me when I say that this is a message that needs to be spread. Your fat loss depends on it.   Don’t waste your time on these: This is a Myth: Diet pills will help you lose fat. It’s so tempting! The commercials make compelling claims about the power of diet pills, but don’t fall for it. The ‘magic pill’ has yet to be discovered (it has been discovered – exercise. It’s just not in pill form…). Diet pills are more likely to damage your health and burn your pocketbook than to slim you down. Don’t pop a pill—instead burn calories with exercise. This is a Myth: You should starve yourself to lose fat.   Attempting to lose weight by starving yourself is not only ineffective, it’s also dangerous. It may seem that severe calorie restriction would deliver the quickest weight loss, but your body is complex and by doing so you’ll disrupt your metabol

Time to throw in the towel?

  Let’s hop into your Delorean and travel back in time… not too far, just a couple of months. Back to when you set your goals for 2022 at the beginning of the year. What does from two months ago think about how much present-day has accomplished so far this year? Are you happy and excited about your progress? Or are you thinking, “Oye, here we go again.” Either way, it’s time to turn that Delorean around and come back to the preset… because it’s time to: GET TO WORK. If you’re happy with how things are going, that’s awesome. But if you’re NOT (like the majority of people)… it’s definitely NOT too late to get back on track. Question #1: Ask yourself: What happened? Did you lose steam because you weren’t getting the results fast enough? Because it took too much time? Because you missed a workout or ate some “bad” food, and threw in the towel? Because you lost interest? Because you didn’t have enough support around you to keep you accountable and motivated? Or is what you’re doing just n

How to achieve ANY goal

  We are living in a have-it-all, have-it-now world. Access to anything you desire is literally a keystroke away. There’s one-click ordering. There’s food delivery in 30 minutes or less. There’s credit available with the swipe of a card. More so than any time in history, we have forgotten the art of sacrifice. Can you blame us? Mainstream marketing tells us hundreds of times each day that we should have it all, and that we should have it right now. The problem with this have-it-all-right-now mindset is that real accomplishments require sacrifice and delayed gratification. And these real accomplishments are where true satisfaction is found. Think about it for a moment. When was the last time that you felt proud of something that you’ve done? I doubt that it was for the shoe purchase that you just one-click ordered online :) More likely it was for a big project that you tackled at work, or a meal that you cooked for your family, or an 8K (or marathon!) that you finished. Those pro

how to be more consistent ๐Ÿ—

  When people join our program, we ask them a question… "What is your biggest struggle when it comes to weight loss?” ​ 75% of the time the answer is CONSISTENCY . ๐Ÿ— I hear๐Ÿ‘‚it again and again... ​ "I just need to be MORE consistent!" ​ When people try to lose weight, we OFTEN see them trying really hard… ๐Ÿฅต …at being consistent with the WRONG stuff. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ ๐Ÿ‘‰They try being consistent with eliminating carbs. ๐Ÿ‘‰They try being consistent with eliminating meals (but call it intermittent fasting). ๐Ÿ‘‰They try being consistent with eating very few calories. ๐Ÿ‘‰They try being consistent with doing cardio or walking every day. .... And when they fail at being consistent, they think "I just need to be MORE consistent". Sound familiar?๐Ÿคจ You might THINK you have a consistency problem. In reality you’re simply trying to be consistent with the wrong stuff . Let’s start focusing on the stuff that matters. ๐Ÿง What if you were consistent with exercising 3x per week ?