Everyone Talks About "Eating Less
and Moving More" and Why It's THE
#1 KEY To Taking Care of Yourself.
There's Just One Problem:
How Do You Actually Get Yourself To DO That??
You don't need a new 'kick ass' workout plan. And you certainly
don't need another diet...
You need a new way of THINKING.
BodyTalk Boot Camp™ was designed to help any modern-day woman
on a body transformation journey get there easier,
stay there longer, and enjoy it MUCH more
by changing nothing more than her thoughts.
Because what you say really is more important than what you do.
Does this sound like you?
- You "know what to do"...but no matter what you try, you can't get yourself to actually DO it. You feel frustrated, defeated, and (at times) like an utter failure.
- You do well for a little while, but as soon as you get off track, it's like a vicious spiral and you fall off the wagon -- beating yourself up, blaming, and shaming yourself on the way down.
- You feel like your own worst 'enemy' when it comes to getting in your own way, and struggle with self-esteem, motivation, and willpower. After all, plenty of other women seem to manage it, so the problem must lie with YOU, right?
- When you look in the mirror, your eyes focus in on all the things that you DON'T like about yourself or your body...and you'd kill for the day when your reflection didn't make you sad or piss you off.
- No matter how great of a mood you’re in the feeling of your jeans being tight, your muffin top hanging out, or the number on the scale, can (in a split second) ruin your entire day and send you into a tailspin of “not good enough” thoughts.
- You’re at the point where you've tried so many things that haven't worked that you almost feel jaded -- like you’re not sure if anything will ever work, and this is just how it's going to be the rest of your life.
- You also know that you simply cannot take another diet, exercise program or whatever the latest ‘regime’ is. You’re exhausted. You’re overwhelmed. And you’re fed up of all the counting, measuring, hunger, and beating yourself up. Something HAS to change.
Here's the thing:
I could show any woman how to perfectly track her calories, manipulate her 'macros', and dial in her food intake...
But that's no way to eat.
I could tell any woman exactly how many reps and sets to complete, how to train harder & faster, or how to tweak her workouts...
But that's not a fun game to play.
I could keep motivate even the most unmotivated woman, hold her 'feet to the fire' for accountability, and help her manage her willpower in order to stay the course longer...
But that's no way to live.
Not if you want to have a life you LOVE.
Who cares if you get to a certain weight, can wear a certain size, or look a certain way...
- If you still don't like what you see
- If you hate who you have to be or what you have to do to get that body.
You might think that you aren't getting the results you desire because you can't seem to stick with any program or plan long-term.
You might think you're lazy, unmotivated, weak-willed, or powerless to control yourself around food. And (no doubt) this leaves you feeling frustrated, defeated, exhausted, and skeptical that anything will ever TRULY work long term.
But I don’t think that any of that is true.
The way I see it:
- It’s NOT a food and fitness problem. You could probably write your own book on how to lose weight or change your body. It’s not an information problem, it’s an IMPLEMENTATION problem.
- It’s NOT a motivation or willpower problem. Any woman that commits to a plan based on restriction, micromanaging every morsel of food she eats, or convincing herself day in, day out to do things that don’t excite her, will indeed require RIDICULOUS amounts of motivation and willpower (that even Superwoman herself couldn’t uphold long-term.)
- It’s not a commitment problem or a time and schedule problem either. Most likely you DO have the time. It’s just that you’re so worn out, exhausted, or downright defeated by your lifestyle and schedule that NO ONE would blame you for wanting to veg out on the couch and turn your brain off after a hard day’s work.
I believe you have an extra weight problem.
- The 'weight' of plans and programs that cause you to control yourself, restrict yourself, punish yourself, or persuade yourself to do the things you REALLY don't want to do.
- The 'weight' of the shame, blame, guilt, comparison, and perfectionism that comes along side typical dieting and weight loss.
- 'Waiting for the weight' to go be who you want to be, do what you want to do, or live the life that you really want to live.
I believe you just don't know what you don't know. (this way of living is all you’ve ever been taught, right?)
And I believe that you've been playing the same weight loss 'game' of "eat less, move more" that most women learn growing up -- the same game I learned.
But I also believe that even the most motivated, disciplined, or confident person couldn't possibly withstand these methods long-term, and that your mind, body, and brain CAN'T thrive long-term in these conditions.