How to Overcome Your StruggleApr 22, 2023
One of the most common things I've seen in my 25+ years of coaching is what I call the internal struggle.
See, I encounter people all the time who succeed for a while, then they start to fight the very approach that allowed them to be successful.
Men and women, over 40 years, will join our coaching program for 12 weeks and generate more success in that span than they typically do in 12 months.
Now your priority-one goal shifts to maintenance mode.
In other words, you must continue following the simple daily habits that got you successful in the first place.
Now, occasionally, someone will make amazing progress and say something like...
"Great, I'm at my goal. Thank you, Coach Joe. Now I can handle this on my own."
Then I offer my warmest wishes and remind them: You are the sum of your habits.
This statement is so important I'll repeat it for emphasis.
You are the sum of your habits.
Sometimes I'll have a call with them, a few months later, and they'll have regressed back into their old way of doing things.
Back to their old habits.
And guess what?
Their life will be back to where it was before they started my program (fat, sick, and out-of-shape all over again).
Maybe you know someone like this... wildly successful in the past yet backsliding into bad habits.
How to Overcome Your Struggle
Perhaps you have experienced some meaningful success in your health, but then you jump to the next "shiny object."
Well, I can tell you that the "jump from one plan to the next, over and over" never works.
What does work is figuring out the things that create measurable outcomes and making them part of your ongoing approach.
In other words, you play the long game.
Look, I get it... the "shiny object" stuff is appealing.
It's novel and interesting. It usually comes with a lot of hype too.
And when you've only had success for a short time, you often don't have true confidence yet so you're still working from a position of fear.
And when you're fearful, you're vulnerable.
But you don't have to be.
Take a moment to reflect and think about things logically.
🚨When you're experiencing success, the idea should be to do more of it... not to jump ship.
Don't fight what's proven to work just to pursue something that sounds like it might work.
You've proven that you can achieve success, so build on it.
Take a moment to recognize what's worked and why.
Take a moment to appreciate that it worked for you.
No theory. No hope. Actual proof.
Then build on it.
Do more of what works.
With that in mind, I'll make mention of the opportunity for us to work together for the next 15 months... doing things that are proven.
We're going to take a small group of men and women, over 40 years young, and guarantee that you get in the absolute best shape of your life.
I'll look at weekly measurable outcomes like increased strength, and athletic levels of bodyfat (think 12-14% for men and around 20% for women).
This isn't pie-in-the-sky theory.
In my Fitness-and-Nutrition Coaching Program I've delivered over 100,000 transformation programs to success-minded folks just like you (or maybe even you).
The goal is simple: A leaner, stronger, more athletic you.
Now this program won't be easy, because it will ask you to stay the course.
I'll ask you to play the long game.
To do what works for an extended period of time.
You know, do it enough so that it becomes a lifestyle. A habit.
I guarantee it will work, if you do the work.
Let me say that again: My promise to you is to guarantee your results.
In other words, if you follow my plan and DO NOT hit your priority-one goal on deadline, I'll go the extra mile to make sure you're satisfied.
So I'm assuming all of the risk.
Think on this for a minute: If more energy, less bodyfat, more strength, greater confidence, and less stress would be an important upgrade in your life, go HERE and we'll see if it's a fit.
To your success,