You’re not alone

Hello!

You know, a common complaint I hear from people trying to lose body fat is this: “I started losing weight, then it became an uphill climb. I don’t know if I have the willpower to make this my lifestyle.”

It’s funny because there’s (almost) always the same piece of the puzzle missing for these people: accountability.

It comes with the nature of our society. People would rather deal with their problems on their own than expose themselves as “weak” to others in asking for help.

Let me ask you a question:

who in history has ever reached their goals entirely by themselves?

Neil Armstrong, the first man to ever walk on the moon, could only fly into space because a dedicated team of NASA professionals built his aircraft, ensured it was safe, and launched him with extreme precision.

I could go on with many other examples.

The point is, that you can motivate yourself for the short term, but if you want to make health and fitness a lifestyle, you need people around you to encourage you when you’re down.

Face it: we’re all humans.

People go through slumps. These downturns make finding motivation within a near-impossible task…

But, if you have a partner – or better, a community – to encourage you to keep going through the rough patches, you’ll begin to make fitness and health a habit.

Our fitness family always has your back. Need a recommendation for a healthy meal? No sweat. Can’t find the inspiration to drive to Fit Body? We can pick you up! (Some of us carpool to early workouts)

At the core of our Fit Body Family, is the idea that we can achieve so much more together. The more people you have in your corner, the likelier you are to succeed.

Just remember: you are NEVER alone. We are all in this journey together.

Let’s make it a great week!

Megan K and the team

PS Need some extra accountability or curious about Fit Body Boot Camp?

 

Try us out for three free sessions!

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