Do you keep asking yourself why you can't lose that stubborn fat and keep it off for good?
Any diet can probably get you to lose a few pounds…
But are you losing fat?
Or, are you losing muscle mass?
Or, are you just losing some water weight?
Getting rid of your excess fat stores and keeping it off is a process..
It takes time...
It takes patience...
And, it takes a lot of trial and error.
Why trial and error?
Because we are all individuals with different bodies, different metabolisms, different physiologies. And, we have to experiment to see what works best for you.
Odds are though if you're haven't achieved SUSTAINED fat loss yet...
You're probably not doing everything right.
So, let's take a minute and explore what might affect your fat loss progress.
Is your nutrition buttoned up?
Are you following the appropriate exercise program?
Are you sedentary most of the day - maybe sitting at your desk?
Are you copying what your friend is doing to lose weight? Remember, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to fat loss.
Are you stressed?
Are you getting enough sleep?
Do you take time to relax?
Are you drinking enough water?
Is your mindset in the right place?
I could go on and on, but I think you get the picture. There are a ton of factors that will impact whether you can achieve SUSTAINED FAT LOSS.
What do you think is standing in your way?
When I coach people, the first determination I must make is whether that individual needs to focus on strategy, accountability or mindset. While people tend to require some focus on all 3 areas, there is usually one of those three components that will need the most attention. By figuring that out early on, we avoid both miscommunication and unfulfilled expectations. And, that results in a successful client experience.
When you're ready to achieve long lasting results, I invite you to schedule a complementary call with me. All you have to do is is reach out to me here.
Mitch helps people lose unwanted pounds, boost their energy levels and turn their bodies into 24/7 fat burning machines using his Metabolic Adaptation Protocol™.