Getting in shape and being healthy isn’t hard, it also shouldn’t be intimidating, exhausting or run you into the ground.
But most people I talk to seem to anticipate it as being so.
Or maybe you have experienced, complicated and time-consuming in the past?
I don’t know, but I’d love to find out.
Hard routines will take a toll on you.
Rapid bodily changes can leave you exhausted.
Huge changes in your lifestyle patterns aren’t sustainable.
A program of change shouldn’t shock your body or even keep it guessing.
Gaining balance and reducing stress are you first priorities. An effective plan needs to nurture you and help you build easy consistency.
That’s why I created the Alive&Thrive program in August 2018.
It’s simple to implement and built on small step by step improvements ( what I call #1ups ) for you to follow.
The answer is;
It most defiantly should be easy to get healthy, improve your energy and vitality.
And by being healthy everything else is possible;
More physical strength, so you can do more,
more energy so you can keep up with the pace of life. More vitality so you only take days off by choice
and of course, fat doesn’t stick to a healthy body.
So why do most people seem to self-sabotage with complexity or subscribe to the belief that certain conditions need to be perfect first?
Contradicting and conflicting information is the one if the main reason I believe.
But I also think it takes a shift in mindset from; “Wow I’ve got lots to do!” “This is intense!”
“Look at the state
to “how easy was that!” , “I’m noticing small changes day by day” and “I’m now working with my body rather than against it”!
Are you worth it?
If you are, you need an efficient, focused plan that’s programmed to give you manageable changes, that orchestrates constant improvements and lays down a strong foundation. Which essentially means you don’t keep taking two steps forward and one back.
Would having more energy and vitality help you power through your day, make more impact on your mission and still give you the oomph to exercise.
The answer you are looking for is “Hell yeah” or “Of Course, it WOULD!”
The basic outline is;
Small foods and habit upgrades,
Learning to choose exercise methods that can be adapted to fit in and around your busy schedule. And building a better understanding of what’s going on.
That’s the winning combination right there.
Effortless long term changes.
If a program is not built around improving your energy and vitality,
health in other words.
And I say the with absolute certainty.
So make a note of the points I made above, implement them and you will be away or Put-It-Off-Until-Perfect
Alternately if you are ready to make contact with me, let’s get you rolling.