This week I’m coming to you with a pep talk about sustainability.
Sometimes we can be drawn in by the flashiness of BIG goals and BIG change.
It might seem really exciting. And without a doubt, we want what is on the other side of the change, but then reality hits.
Big changes can be hard.
If you have a big fitness goal or fat loss goal you may want the results that come with big changes but it can be a tough road if the sacrifices we are making aren’t really lining up with how we want to live our day to day lives.
For those of you who know Rachael, she is training for a fitness bikini competition. She was saying recently how hard it is meal prepping weekly, eating all the correct food (SO MUCH FOOD), getting in all the workouts, wearing the death trap high heels etc. She wasn’t complaining. She was just acknowledging that it is tough and that she can’t wait to return to normalcy.
Maybe you have felt similarly?
Loving the results that come with food tracking, paleo, whole 30 or low carb but disliking the disruption to your lifestyle?
My challenge for you as we head deeper into February and closer to Spring is to ask yourself what could you do, tweak, change that isn’t necessarily massive.
What could you sustainably adjust to help you get better results?
Fitness and fat loss are about the long haul.
There is a time for a short-term push. But that time is NOT all the time.
The remainder of the time needs to be focused on small, gradual and sustainable changes.
Those changes really add up.
– Megan K and Team
P.S. If you’re ready to make sustainable changes in your life to help you meet your health and fitness goals, we can help! Just reply to this email!