I teach people the habits required to lose weight
and NEVER gain it back again.
How do you lose weight? You probably know the answer. Most people do.
“Just eat better and move more right?”
It’s true, we all know, we should be eating better and we should be moving more, but that doesn’t ever seem to do the trick, does it?
Don’t let diets tell you that you need to eat salad 6 times a day and chug protein shakes after every workout. Take back control of your body the right way today.
Why weight loss always fails
The reason why weight loss always fails is because of lack of information. We already know what needs to be done right? The true reason why weight loss fails is due to poor execution. You know what to do, but have trouble applying it and sticking to it.
Most people over complicate weight loss by chasing strange diets and quick-fix solutions (that never work out btw). The truth is, weight loss is simple, but that doesn’t make it easy.
We need to step back for a moment and really identify what are those habits and behaviors that caused us to gain weight in the first place? Was it letting that two year gym membership pass by without touching it once? Or was it choosing to eat fast food because you didn’t have any time to cook?
Either way it happened. So what we’ve gotta do is find out which behaviors led you down the path of weight gain and reverse them to habits that fuel and elevate you, instead of dragging you down.
The keys to successful weight loss
Weight gain didn’t happen overnight, and if you’re serious about trying to establish the habits and behaviors it’ll take to lose weight and keep it off forever, you’re going to have to be patient with yourself.
Not saying that it’ll take forever, but I see way too many people trying to dive in and try to “lose 30 pounds this month” and just end up burning out and reverting back to the old habits that drag them down.
Implement, revise, and repeat
You’re not going to get it right on the first try and that’s okay. Take the tactics and strategies that you have and adjust them to better suit your needs.
For example, eating a kale salad every is not going to work out for you if you hate kale. Makes sense right? But I see too many people try to force in habits that just won’t fit, and if they won’t fit, they won’t last.
Remember, the best tactics can prove useless in the wrong context.
Track, track, track
I emphasize tracking so much, because it’s the only way to know whether or not you’re sticking to your promises and whether or not it’s actually paying off. Plus, it’s a big motivator to know exactly how good or how bad you did this past week.
Seeing a 40% sucks, but seeing a 90% is pretty awesome right?
So are you ready to take a step and start seeing results this time around, hit that button below to schedule a call to cover your goals.