As humans we are always looking for short cuts to results.
Your goals may be to:
- Get abs
- Improve your health
- Tone up
- Get stronger
- Run further
- Get dressed without feeling stressed
- Buy clothes that at the moment you don’t like on you
- Get fit or fitter
- Lose body fat
- Fit back into some favourite pants
- or something else
Realistically you probably know whatever it is, it’s going to take some time.
Probably a fair bit of time.
More than you’d like
So you may research and/or try easier and faster ways to do it. You might:
- Try a weight loss product or meal replacement.
- Start a crazy exercise routine even though you’ve been doing nothing lately
- Cut your calories down to a ridiculous low
- Start counting and calculation macros and calories while tracking everything you eat
- Start eating just salads and veggie soups
- Cut out entire food groups or try fasting
- Or you might try a combo of things like those above
While some of these things can definitely be part of an overall plan, mostly they’re too challenging to stick with.
And this means that even if they do give you some fast results, when you stop them, you’ll go right back to what you were doing before and therefore, right back to where you were before as well – and probably plus a few extra kilos.
What would it mean to you to actually achieve your desired result, even if it took a bit longer?
Let’s face it. This stop-start thing you’ve been doing, you’ve been doing forever and you still haven’t gotten very far at all.
All that time, possibly wasted. And it’s not doing your self esteem any good either as you label yourself a failure once again.
This cycle can stop. If you can learn how to eat and exercise in a healthy and sustainable way.
Enjoy movement and training.
Eat enough so you’re not hungry and that can include your favourite foods (although probably a bit less often than currently😉)
Go out for dinner, have a few drinks, enjoy a cake and coffee with your friends.
Work an exercise routine into your life that works for you which can include going to the gym or staying home to workout. Whatever works for your schedule.
The key is to include the short cuts that you can maintain and that will give YOU as an individual the best results. And these things are not always the same for everyone.
One thing you need to remember is that you are exactly where your daily habits have taken you. Even if you’ve changed them over time, what you’ve done so far is what has produced your results so far.
It’s time for a change. Be that change. We can show you short cuts to results that actually work.
In 2022 we’re changing the way we start new client programs at FitterFaster.
We now have a training-only option or an option that includes nutrition coaching as well. Which one is best for you will depend on what your goals are and how fast you want to achieve them.
Do you have any questions? Or want some more information emailed to you?
Contact me today and I can email/call you or meet with you to discuss.
I’m also doing free assessments in January with no obligation to join.
Email me at email@example.com or text/call 0429 612975
Alternatively, you can book that assessment straight in at calendly.com/fitterfaster