Day 29. One of my coaches came up with this and I thought it was great. He said, “I want to be the serial killer of excuses.” And I thought, “You know what? That’s really what we are.” As coaches, we want to hold people accountable so that they don’t have that excuse wheel that goes off in their heads. I mean, I can’t tell you some of the excuses I came up with. It’s like, “The dog ate my homework. I can’t do my workout.”
So I want to be the serial killer of excuses. No more excuses. We have to stop making it okay to excuse away our health. It’s not okay. We have to put that as a top priority.
And the other thing is I really hope you are doing the right thing with your nutrition, because typically at the end of 30 days, the biggest complaint I get is, “I’m not seeing the scale move.” I’m still hearing that. And typically, when we dive in and I have my clients do their food journal, I mean, look at what they’re eating and look at what they’re actually doing with their fitness, I almost always find something that’s not going the way it should. And I’m going to tell you 80% of weight loss, 80% is your nutrition. There’s no doubt.
You can work out all day long and then you’re going to be developing some awesome muscle and endurance, and that’s really important, and your workout is key for your frame of mind and your mood, but if your nutrition is off, it’s just not going to give you the overall picture of health.
If you’re having trouble with your nutrition, start planning out your menus, and let’s get your nutrition on track. And even if that’s not your excuse, if there’s something else, admit it, write it down, talk about it. When you talk about your excuses that you come up with in your mind you take away the power they have over you!…
And by doing that, you are going to achieve more than you ever thought possible.
Yours In Success,
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