What is the MAIN Ingredient of our Upcoming Challenge…
In regards to being healthy and FIT; I really feel most people know what to do. So why do they feel they are not in ‘good enough shape’?
Once you reach a certain level of knowledge and experience, the missing link is no longer a new exercise program, the perfect nutrition plan, or a new supplement to try.
The one thing you’re missing is this: being accountable—to someone or something—for your workouts and nutrition.
“Accountability is the acknowledgment of responsibility for your actions with the obligation to report, explain, and be responsible for the resulting consequences.”
In other words, accountability keeps you consistent because you have to report back what you’re doing—or not doing—in the gym and in the kitchen to someone else.
In fact, accountability is more important than personal motivation for this simple reason:
No one always feels motivated to go to the gym or eat healthy. But if we have someone who’s checking up on us to see how things are going, we’ll get our butt in gear. Even if we don’t feel motivated in the moment. We actually do the exercise—and eat the food—needed to look and feel great. And we do it over and over again, even when the going gets tough. That’s why you can know exactly what to do. And you can even do it—exercise, eat good food, get eight hours of sleep—for short bursts. But you can still end up struggling.
Simply put: if you can’t be consistent, you can’t make progress.
And that’s why accountability—not the perfect exercise or eating program—is the thing that turns everything around. (Heck, maybe it can turn things around for you.)
The Whole Life Challenge is starting September 17th. Here is what it is NOT…
It’s not a nutrition challenge… but you will eat healthier.
It’s not a workout challenge… but you will exercise better.
It’s doesn’t have prizes… but you can win!
You won’t be perfect… but you will focus on progress!
What this challenge will teach you is the how, the why, the what to be accountable. When you become more accountable; You become more consistent; And you achieve things that you haven’t.