Mindset

Don’t plan - just start

Don’t plan - just start

as you go into this new week you may feel blocked


Perhaps you started a new diet and you fell off already


Or maybe you joined a new gym and haven't been for 2+ weeks


RED FLAG!!


It's disgustingly easy to justify the failing. Your failing.


Here are some classic excuses:


Why did you fail on your diet?


"I was at a wedding!"


"I was travelling with work!"


"My husband bought us a takeaway!"


"I was eating out with friends!"


Scientifically, of course, we know these statements are BS!

this'll really hold you back

this'll really hold you back

Ever felt intimidated?

Or in awe of someone else?

Feeling 'less than' is never helpful

So today I want to teach you how to overcome this.

scary gym times...

scary gym times...

sometimes you may find yourself paralysed by fear

too scared to do what you said you were going to do

Let's say you wanted to train 3x a week, joined a gym, set out your gym clothes and set your morning alarm.

Then, you wake up early, start to worry about walking into the gym and being the most unfit person they'd ever seen

The most out of shape

The weakest

The slowest

....you then roll over and set your alarm for another 90 mins sleep.

This is common!

And easily avoidable.

The RULES of getting leaner

The RULES of getting leaner

Do you ever feel like you aren't getting leaner or stronger?

This can be really frustrating when you're sticking to your diet AND going to the gym too!

why do some people get good results from eating well and training hard, yet others flat out fail?

THE MIND TENDS TO SHOW YOU NEGATIVE THINGS FIRST

I guess this is a survival mechanism in the brain, the 'chimp brain' - which is always looking for danger. Emotional or physical.

Over millennia, rather than deluding ourselves with positivity, negativity kept us safe.

"should we go into that dark cave? It looks scary. It might have a bear inside"

Problem is, how your chimp brain 'feels' your results are going is NOT a good way of gauging progress on a fitness plan.

Here's an example…

Eat on the go and stay healthy - SUMMARY

Eat on the go and stay healthy - SUMMARY

MAN IS NOTHING ELSE BUT WHAT HE MAKES OF HIMSELF - Jean Paul Satre

The way you look and feel is a side effect of how you live your life.

For many people, it's easy to review whether you need to change directions in life or not.

Simply look in the mirror and ask, “am I happy with the way my body looks?”

Or, “am I living as my best self?”

This will give easy (if quite painful!) indicators of whether or not a new life strategy is needed.

It’s not enough to simply try to “eat better” or “stop eating crap”

You’ve tried that and it didn’t work!

In my experience, when somebody improves all areas of their life, it’s much easier to eat right, train hard, sleep well and feel great.

Eat on the go and stay healthy: PART TWO

Eat on the go and stay healthy: PART TWO

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We all get stuck in a rut.

In fact, I believe the way we live our lives is broken.

People in the UK spend less than 2 hours of their day outside

The average british citizen will spend 47 years working, probably in a job they hate

The fitness media does a terrible job of separating facts from fiction.

And so try as we do, after doing a diet 95% of us will regain the fat lost within 3 yrs.

Back to 'stuck in a rut' mode

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I did this once.