My body feels so good.
I have had a few false starts (which in my opinion is not uncommon) and was thinking about what the difference was for me.
What Changed in me?
1. I got selfish. I decided that it had to be about me for a while and I went with it!
2. I admitted to myself and others that I had a problem. My brain was seriously screwed. I was eating myself to death because my brain was broken. Profoundly broken.
When I finally admitted that I had a problem, it gave me the power to be able to find ways to fix it.
3. I did something that very few people do – I took responsibility for my own issues. I stopped blaming others for my problems and my fatness.
When I owned my issues, then I could go about changing. You can’t control others so when I made it about them, I was powerless. Others aren’t going to change. It was a way of putting the responsibility on someone other than me.
I finally admitted that the responsibility for my being fat, for my high blood pressure, and for my low self-esteem – rested on me. I realized that I was the one who makes the decisions. Anyone can enable, or demean, or call me names, or whatever – but I am the one that made the decision to feed myself. I was the one killing myself.
Me, myself and I.
Ahhhh, that’s where the power is and that is the ability to change.
Are you ready to change?
I have a fitness group. We take control of our nutrition, not based on pre-planned meals, meal plans, shakes, and pseudoscience – but we take control based on our bodies, our wants and needs, and our schedules. It’s an easy nutrition plan that works because it’s easy. In addition, I have created a 7-day a week 5-30 minutes per day training regimen that compliments the nutrition so that you lose fat, feel better and get healthy!
It’s possible to fit a viable plan in your schedule – because a plan that is easy to maintain will work.
Are you interested?