It’s only when we view the idea of staying the same as more painful than taking the required action to change that we can really transform.
For many of our clients, it’s been a clothing-related incident that’s made them step into action – everything from not being able to zip up pants to a full-on breakdown when they discover they’ve gone up a whole size since last year.
For others, it’s a terrifying incident – bad news from a doctor, an unnecessary death from a family member…
Whatever the case is for you, you will only ever be consistent with your fitness and nutrition and achieve/maintain your desired result when staying the same is no longer an option for you.
If you’re not happy with your situation but you can live with it, the chances of you following through on the actions required to achieve your goals are small.
Working out is uncomfortable and sweaty. There’s soreness and exhaustion.
Changing your eating can be even harder and can even affect social relationships.
But if having a body you’re proud of and the health you deserve are the priority over staying comfortable, start taking small daily steps toward creating it.
Leave the sugar out of your coffee.
Walk up the stairs rather than taking the elevator.
Do squats while you’re watching TV.
Go to bed an hour earlier.
Order the protein and veggies over the burger and fries.
Every choice we make throughout the day adds up.
And usually, it’s too much to try to do it all alone long-term.
Which is where CoreFit come in 🙂
If you’re feeling in your gut that enough is finally enough, it’s time for us to have a conversation.
We bring empathy, compassion, and years of experience to coaching you through your transformation.
But we also bring accountability, and we’ll call out your excuses and the things that have held you back for years.
This is why our clients get results like Peta.
Our program is different from everything else you’ve tried because we are realistic in our approach to health and fitness.
So, let’s talk.
Click here and we’ll get you scheduled ASAP.
It’s only when enough is truly enough that transformation occurs.
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