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I've tried everything to lose the weight and it worked for a little while, and then I went off of it and gained it all back.  Does this story sound familiar to you?

We here the same story thousands of times.  It's always the same.  I tried low carb/ keto, and then I gained it back and then some.  I started to work out on my own, and then I quit and went back to my old habits.  The list goes on, and any story you can think of, I'm betting everyone who is reading this has experienced some point of it.

That being said, how do we combat that?  How do we get to results that actually stay?

The answer is simple but not easy....

Lifestyle change. 

It gets thrown around alot but what does it really mean?

It means that you don't go on a diet.  It's not something that you go on to lose a few pounds before your wedding and then go back to eating cakes at every meal once you get married.  Of course, you can do that, you can drop some weight before an event, then once you go back to your old habits you will be right back where you started and most likely surpass where you originally were.

If you want to keep the results, it has to become part of your life.  It's easy to commit to something in the beginning, but I want you to commit to healthy habits that will be your habits for the rest of your life.  If you want to workout weekly, what is a reasonable amount of time weekly that you can do every week FOREVER?  6 days a week is unsustainable, but 3 days a week is.  So, is it better to come out of the gate hot, workout 6 days a week and last a month maybe 2, or workout 3 days a week and do that for the next 5 years?  Who do you think will be more successful?

I'm betting you know the answer.  So, I want to challenge you today, pick a habit this month that is sustainable, and that you can accomplish every week NO MATTER WHAT.  Then do it for 4 weeks.  Once that becomes a habit, add to it.  In 12 months you'll be an entirely different person with great habits, that are sustainable.

Message me and tell me what your choice of habit is.  I'd love to hear it! 

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Competitive

 

Lift:

HH Clean and Jerk

@50%

x 1

EMOM 12’

 

Move:

DU x 30

Wall Balls x 30

5 rounds for time

 

Performance

Lift:

HH Clean and Jerk

@50%

x 1

EMOM 12’

 

Move:

DU x 30 / Singles x 150

Wall Balls x 25

5 rounds for time

 

Fitness

Lift:

FS

2 x 5, 1 x 5+

 

Move:

Singles x 150

Wall Balls x 20

4 rounds for time



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