Stop Obsessing About Your Macros and Start Living!

by | Nov 18, 2021

Remember that incredibly special moment in your life?

You know the one I’m talking about.

It was probably 4-5 years ago.

Such an amazing experience.

You can vividly remember the scenery around you.

The people you were with.

It’s like a crystal clear picture in your head.

It was that moment when …

You hit your macros perfectly to the gram.

Right?

Wait …

You’re telling me you don’t remember that??

How can that be?

Are you trying to tell me that there are hundreds of experiences that stick out more in your mind than that?!

The audacity.

Like travel and family time and vacations and conversations with friends and accomplishments in your life are more important than hitting your macros perfectly.

I don’t believe that for a second.

What could be more memorable than a day of flawless macro execution?

Certainly not experiencing other cultures while traveling.

Definitely not those nights with your friends when the conversation flows for hours.

Couldn’t be the time spent with family.

For sure it’s not the achievements and accomplishments in your career.

All of that pales in comparison to your macros.

Ok ok, I’ll stop with the overwhelming amount of sarcasm.

But, do you see the issue with stressing and obsessing about your macros?

You’ll literally never remember or care about it other than that very moment.

So, why are you skipping out on LIFE for the sake of hitting some arbitrary numbers?

It doesn’t add up.

What’s truly important to you?

Of course, you should care about your health.

The body that you have is not a rental.

It’s not a loaner.

It’s the only one you get.

So, treat it with care.

There’s a big difference between prioritizing your health and obsessing about your macros.

The numbers don’t make you healthy.

In fact, if you’re stressing about them or avoiding social situations and putting relationships on the back burner because of them …

Then they are causing more harm than good.

Most people don’t understand how to incorporate quality nutrition into their lifestyle.

Because they’ve been led to believe that “health” looks a lot like deprivation and restriction.

Which couldn’t be further from the truth.

Your nutrition shouldn’t make you miserable.

It should be enjoyable, give you more energy, and empower you with strength and confidence.

It should remove stress, not add to it.

If you struggle with any or all of this …

It’s because no one has ever taught you how to integrate these things into your lifestyle.

Which is why I always say the lifestyle integration phase of our program is the glue that holds everything together.

It’s usually what our clients were never taught before.

Probably because most programs want you to be helpless without them.

They want dependency.

Our nutrition coaching program helps you go beyond the numbers.

We want self reliance.

We teach you how to achieve your results and maintain them for life.

Food freedom and never needing another program again is pretty badass.

And we deliver better than anyone out there.

Interested in 1:1 Coaching?

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

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