I’ve trained women from all different backgrounds, of all different shapes and sizes. Regardless of…
Do you bounce from gym to gym or program to program because you are looking for the “right one” only to find there’s something about each one that just doesn’t quite suit you?
Have you started to workout only to stop again, but, hey, you did get really busy or someone in your family got ill or your daughter is getting married?
If so, then it’s time to look at 𝓨𝓸𝓾𝓻 program, not 𝓽𝓱𝓮 program.
Ask yourself this one question: Am I a woman who works out / am I a woman who is an exerciser?
Your answer will tell you everything.
If you don’t see yourself as a woman who is an exerciser, you will wonder why you can’t ever stick to a program long term and why you lose and regain weight all of the time.
You see, if you 𝓀𝓃𝑜𝓌 you are a woman who works out, it doesn’t matter what pops up in your life, you will make time or make adjustments and get something done (shorten up the session; workout fewer days per week; change the intensity.)
If you don’t see yourself as a someone who exercises, even though you know you can do it or should do it, you are likely to be someone who bounces from place to place or program to program – “Let me try TRX/kettlebells/ group/one on one/running” etc.
It’s the same if you try out all the diets and are always looking for the next one that “works” Hint: they all work;)
If what I am talking about sounds familiar, it is your 𝘮𝘪𝘯𝘥𝘴𝘦𝘵 that needs to be adjusted. Your paradigm. Your beliefs, behaviors and habits need to permanently change, not the program you attend.