Being fat sucks.
There’s really no other way to put it.
It sucks on the surface and it sucks on a deep emotional level. It affects your confidence, your mindset, your relationships, your health and most importantly, your quality of life.
After all, without good health, what does everything else mean?
The Fitness Industry is Full of Shit
Yes, there is a ton of easy money to be made here, but scamming people out of their hard earned cash just sucks.
One of the major issues is that everyone who wants in can call themselves an expert and this leads to a metric ton of conflicting, confusing, and just plain bad information.
Think of these common questions:
- Do carbs make you fat?
- Is running good for fat loss?
- Can I eat before bed and not get fat?
- Will I get “cut” if I use light weights and high reps?
The list goes on indefinitely but you get my point. Everyone has a different opinion of the “right” answer and it’s hard to know what’s good information and what’s not.
So what happens is that people get confused and start doing the wrong things and end up sabotaging all their efforts and then have little to show for it.
And dads like you stay fat. For months. Years. Decades.
One of the most common reasons people stop exercising is because they aren’t seeing results. They figure there must either be something wrong with them and they are stuck with their current body or they get so frustrated by working so hard and seeing nothing that they lose hope.
Both of these things can be avoided with a little due diligence.
As a fitness coach for the last 18 years, I have seen three common mistakes being made over and over that kill results and cause a ton of disappointment and frustration.
In today’s video, I share these three things and how to avoid them. If you are stuck in a rut, struggling with results, or just don’t know what to do next, I can help.
First, watch this video. Next, visit my 12 week custom workout program page and sign up to get a tailor made program that is written specifically with your goals, needs, abilities, limitations, and schedule in mind.
I’m only keeping this program open until November 23, so time is short. This could change how you exercise, what habits you create, and your quality of life. Seriously.