Last night I gave my members a pre-game pep talk going into
our last Fit camp of 2013.
We’re approaching the WORST time of year for dropping
the ball on healthy living and so I felt it my duty as coach to
keep my dudes in the zone
I figured that as we approach the season to be jolly you might find my little pep talk useful too!
I’m even throwing in some tips to overcome over come the problem…
Here it is..
[~~~~The “Will Christmas Beat you?” Pep-Talk ~~~~]
SO why should you dig deep for this last camp of the year??
Whilst everyone else GAINS 8-12Ibs over the next 6 weeks how about
making the decision to be one of the…
…& happiest people in your family, at your social gatherings, around friends
“Wow you look great”.. Are the words you want to hear right?
….WILL CHRISTMAS BEAT YOU????
Are you going to allow the approaching onslaught of naughty food & drink
adverts affect your goals?
The goals that you set when first joining us. Remember those?
These are the goals that are not just about losing a few inches of the hips
…nah these are the goals that you have a deep rooted emotional connection too.
You knew that the Fit4Life Project WASN’T just another fad diet but a choice to make healthy living a part of your life long-term
AND to make damn sure that you finally put all those stressful years of dieting to en end.
Am I saying you must eat 100% clean?
Hell no! I won’t be.
Am I saying I want you to make the conscious decision to take
CONTROL of the type of calories you consume…
Control is Success
Having one choccy biscuit… which leads to a whole packet is NOT control.
Turning 2 glasses of Vino…. into a whole bottle is NOT control.
Telling yourself you haven’t got the time to cook… but wait half
an hour for your take-away to arrive is NOT control
Savouring and enjoying every mouthful IS control
Setting NEW small challenges to at least make sure you achieve a maintenance level in your weight IS CONTROL
Eating/drinking (sipping) slowly IS control,
NOT taking food for granted & reminding yourself to be thankful IS control
Committing to your Weekly workouts IS control,
>>>When motivation lowers train MORE often!
>>>When it gets colder …train HARDER!
>>>When you feel crap after a night on the pop….suck it up & get back on the CLEAN UP!
….And Best of all in 2014 when everyone else is making New Years resolutions to lose weight…you can FEEL GOOD that you don’t have to!!!
(My pep talk ^^^^)
Stay lean, mean & super SEXY this Christmas!
If you need more than just pep talks right now read on…
Are you at a weight you are happy with?
If not how long have you been at this weight?
How does that make you feel?
List all the reasons that are popping into your mind right now.
—> Grab a pen and paper and jot them down <—-
These reasons you’re giving for failing to reach your goal are really
very clever excuses.
So clever that you convinced yourself that they were legit.
You’re not at your ideal weight at this moment because you’ve
given in to excuses.
I can understand your frustration because those excuses that you cling to tend to be
very convincing AND chances are I’ve heard them ALL before…even from my client who have achieved the BEST transformations.
Now it’s time to push your frustration aside and to really focus on your goal.
If you lose focus on your goal for even a second, excuses will take over – leaving you without
progress and without the sweet satisfaction of accomplishment.
Here are the 3 Steps to Destroy Excuses…
Step One: Make A Plan
There’s huge benefit to having a step-by-step plan when working toward a goal.
TASK: Write out exactly how many times you’ll exercise per week,
for how long…and make a list of acceptable foods.
This plan will be your follow-along-guide to arrive at your goal, so put a lot of
thought into it.
Feel free to reach out to me for help with this step.
I’d love to get you set up with the right plan to reach your goal.
Step Two: Have Accountability
Your next insurance against excuses is to enlist as much accountability as possible.
Try to find people who will actively check up on you (like me!) rather than people who aren’t
likely to follow up on your progress. Share your detailed plan with these accountability
partners and explain the importance that your goal has for you.
Feel free to reach out to me for help with this step as well.
I’m a professional at keeping my clients accountable!
Step Three: Set a Deadline
All good things must come to an end, and so does the journey to your ideal body.
How long should the process take?
Well, that’s up to your unique situation:
1) How much fat you have to lose, and
2) How hard you are willing to work to get there. Find a reasonable timeframe in which to accomplish your goal, then focus all your energy on meeting this deadline.
Email me today—I’d love to sit down with you to go over your best plan to get you into amazing shape.
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Together let’s finally make it happen for you. Better late than never, right?