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Lose 20 lbs in 2 days 🙄🙄🙄

If something sounds too good to be true…

it usually is. 

You will not lose sustainable weight by drinking a special coffee. ☕️

No gel, wrap, or cream will really help you decrease body fat.🤷‍♀️

And I promise you can drink all the celery juice in the world, but if you’re not putting in the work…

Moving your body…
Eating healthy 80 % of the time…
Getting enough sleep…
Taking care of your mind and body…

The results won’t last.

In a world of quick fixes, skinny teas , and the easy button.. be different.

Put in the work.
Make yourself a priority.
Change takes time.

It’s not easy, but it will be so worth it.🙌
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Different Mindset

Same shirt. Different year. Totally different mindset. ✌️

2018 started off rough.
When I took the picture on the left I was PRAYING things would get better.
I was dealing with depression worse than I ever had, and felt completely lost. 

My workouts started declining and my nutrition was slipping away.
I no longer knew where I wanted to live, who I wanted to be, and quite honestly just didn’t want to be here anymore.

Little did I know after 9 long months and hitting my lowest of lows, I was going to be handed the opportunity to change my life.

One message saying… “you should probably check your email”… was about to turn my entire year around.

20 minutes a day. A step. Shaun T. The focus, mindset, and motivation I was missing.
And for the first time in a while, I am starting the year off in a very POSITIVE place.

I’m no longer hoping for a better year ahead or wishing for a change.

I stuck to the plan. I trusted the process. And I promise, if you join us too the same opportunity is there for you. Will you take it?! 🤷‍♀️

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➡️ How to break through a plateau. ⬅️

After sharing my post about the scale recently, I started to get a lot of questions about weight loss plateaus and feeling ‘stuck’ so I wanted to share exactly what I would do if this were to come up.

Step One: Find out if you are really at a plateau. Are your measurements changing? Are you taking progress pictures? Do you visually see change? Are your clothes fitting differently? These are all indicators of progress, even if the scale may not be reflecting change. However, if everything is stagnant, move on to step two.

Step Two: Dial in on what you’re doing. Have you been tracking your nutrition? Are small bites here and there sneaking in? Are you not as consistent with your workouts? Do you fall off track on the weekends. Tighten everything up and see if that makes a difference. Here’s an example… I haven’t been measuring my sweet potatoes or almond milk creamer. Not a huge deal, but my first step will be to track those more closely.

Step Three: Change ONE thing at a time. If you are in fact sticking to your plan 100% and not seeing change it’s time to switch things up, but it’s best to do it slowly, and one piece at a time. This is when a coach will come in handy to decide if you need to either increase or decrease intake and by how much.

Step Four: Be PATIENT. Change will take time so slow down and trust the process. Once you’ve made one change, give it a week or two to see if it’s working. If it is, awesome, if not, go back to step one and start from the top.

Got questions about your current nutrition? Comment below or drop one thing you’re currently struggling with? Always here to help. 👯‍♀️

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Hi I’m human too. 👋

On Sunday I finished round two of the 6 week program I’ve been testing out. Because I was in the test group for it we had to report our starting and ending weight for the program.

Cue anxious twitch. 😬

The scale and I don’t always get along. For a long time, I would let a morning weigh in dictate the entire course of my day. Then, I learned better, eased myself off of my addiction to the scale and gave up weighing in entirely.

So when we started this program and had to report our weight, fear crept in. I weighed in, beat myself up for the number, but vowed that it would just be a starting point.

When I stepped on the scale at the 6 week mark, I had to give myself a pep talk.

I had worked hard. I was feeling amazing. I was not going to let a number on the scale determine how much progress I made.

For the first time I let it just be a number and continued forward.

Today when I stepped on it again, it hadn’t budged in 6 weeks. At all. And I’m going to be honest, panic set in. I started discounting all of my hard work. I felt frustrated. Questioned if I should switch things up.

Then I gave myself a reality check. My inches are down. My progress pictures showed change. I feel better. I am happier. My clothes fit better. My energy is up.

And I don’t need a number on a scale to tell me that.

Focus on your health physically and mentally… the rest will fall into place. ✌️

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