So this photo popped up in my Facebook memories today.
8 years ago ...my 40th birthday.
The first thing I see is my beautiful baby girl just 8 months old looking all chubby and healthy. She was absolutely perfect and still is.
The second thing I see is this scrawny, skinny woman who only 8 months ago had her 3rd child. Looking thin and gaunt
“What’s the best diet for me to get the best results with my training program?"
"I'm so confused there is so much information out there and I just don't know who or what to trust!"
I totally agree! There are so many books and diet programs out there on how to lose weight, burn body fat, change your body shape all of that ….but how
Can you be coached and reach your full potential when you don't even live in the same country as your coach?
Archana is proving that it can be done all the way from India !
Having a trainer by your side for each and every workout does not guarantee success.
Considering that training alone only takes up approx 4% of your week, It’s what happ
“I can’t stick to a diet! The food is boring and tasteless ...I just can’t do it!
Does this sound familiar?
This is one of the biggest responses we had to our recent survey and why so many people fail to achieve their dreams of improving their health and body shape.
The worst mistake people make is their limited amount of food choices.
Have you tried one of those “detox” diets that had you drinking tea for days on end?
You lost weight didn’t you?
I’ll tell you why you lost weight.
You cut out :
-the take away food
-potato cakes from the cafe down stairs from your office
-the mars bars you buy every time you fill up for petrol
-the Friday night pizza and
Hitting a plateau sucks !
I’m not going hide behind the fact that I too hit plateaus. This 6 week progress point I was really hoping I would see some more changes
in my bodyshape but there have been some undelying factors stopping my progression.
I know I’m not overweight but I do have very precise goals that I want to reach.
Do you find yourself looking in the mirror and comparing yourself to someone else? How many of us do this? I know I have plenty of times and still do. The problem here is we start to lose focus on our own goals. We take our focus and energy away from us and put it into someone else and what seems like the perfect body or someone getting better results than us. We start beating ourselves
At first it was really uncomfortable.
I didn’t like the thought of being a beginner.
I’d never stepped foot into a gym EVER!
I used to exercise in my bedroom.
I had no idea where to start or what to do.
But I started.
I kept going.
It became a habit.
I created a new routine.
I began to crave it.
I loved the reward.