Can You Be Social AND Fit or Is That Impossible?

by | Sep 13, 2021

Remember that epic family dinner?

You know the one.

It was SO much fun!

You probably don’t remember what happened.

Or what anyone talked about.

But everyone agreed it was the best experience.

And you …

Well … you were so busy worrying about what to eat …

How to track it …

How to have a glass of wine without it ruining your progress …

That you spent the entire dinner in a state of anxiety.

I mean … I’m sure you look back at that salad with grilled chicken and no dressing with great affinity but …

Maybe it would’ve been nice to be present with your family and not stressing about food the whole time.

What about that family vacation a few years ago?

Now THAT was a helluva time.

What do you think the kids remember most?

The beach? The water park? Family game night?

It was all so epic.

What do you remember most?

Still trying to diet?

Arguing with your spouse about why you can’t just eat and enjoy yourself?

Or the eventual binge and coming back 10 lbs. heavier and feeling like shit?

It’s all so memorable.

Here’s the deal …

You CAN be social AND fit!

If any of this resonates, even slightly, then we’ve got some work to do.

Stressing and obsessing about food is preventing you from truly living.

If every diet you try causes you to have anxiety about food, constantly think about what you’ll be eating next, and feeling guilt and shame when you make the “wrong” choice …

Do you really think another diet is the answer?

Is it possible that all of the diets you’ve tried are actually the problem?

I can tell you from personal experience that it’s probably true.

And it won’t get better until you actively pursue a different path.

Until you remove the restrictions and constant deprivation.

That means not eating 1200 calories per day.

That means not trying to avoid every food you enjoy.

That means not trying to be absolutely perfect with your macros every single day.

Our 1:1 coaching program helps you create dietary freedom.

There’s a reason why our 1:1 clients must master the lifestyle integration phase of our program before we confidently send them on their way.

Because without a process that’s built specifically for you and your lifestyle …

You’re just following someone else’s plan and abiding by their rules.

The lifestyle integration is what creates freedom.

It’s what removes the anxiety around food.

It’s what allows you to still live your life, be present with your family, not stress on vacation, and still achieve and maintain your goals.

It’s the key ingredient in never needing another diet again.

It’s also the ingredient that most people avoid.

Or never take the time to learn.

If you want to continue down the path of food obsession … that’s totally your choice.

But, if you’re tired of it and want a different outcome …

Well, that means you need to take a different path.

So if you’re ready to pave a new way that leads to your ultimate success, food freedom, and the ability to be social AND fit …

Simply shoot me a private message on FB.

Interested in 1:1 Coaching?

And let me know that you’re interested in the 1:1 signature coaching program.

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