Why Could Neurotyping Be Your Key to Fat Loss?

by | Sep 3, 2021

How long have you been trying to lose fat and keep it off?

1 year? 5 years? 10 years? 20+ years?

You would think it’s damn near impossible.

Well … with a 95+% failure rate .. it can certainly feel that way.

Being in the 5% requires a radical shift from the “norm,” which is why it’s so difficult.

We have to go against the grain.

A few days ago, I opened up registration for our 28-Day Neurotyping Challenge … totally free.

Literally no credit card required. No catch. No fine print.

I am also offering $1,000 in cash to the winner and a ton of other prizes like an Apple Watch, Whoop, Oura Ring, and more.

No brainer, right?

Not so fast.

Yesterday, someone on IG DM’d me with a simple question …

Why Neurotyping?

Once I read that question, I started stretching. Doing a little warm up routine.

It was like I was preparing myself for game time because I was about to go IN.

Not just because I’m so passionate about it because of how it saved me from 10 years of chronic dieting …

But because it was an opportunity to save someone else.

The short answer … because it’s the most effective way to end up in the 5%.

The long answer …

Your personality type determines a whole host of things related to fitness, nutrition, lifestyle, mindset, and stress.

Are you a planner or do you need variety?

Do you get bored easily or do you like repetition?

Are you motivated by quick wins?

Do you have perfectionist tendencies?

Are you a slow and steady person or a sprinter?

Do you have high tolerance or low tolerance for stress?

Are you a people pleaser?

Do you like to do a million things at once?

Are you competitive?

Do you feel better on low carb, moderate carb, or high carb?

What is your chief motivation for taking action??

All of these things can be unveiled through your personality.

All of these things can be optimized through your nutrition, training, and lifestyle protocol.

All of these things give us insight into the type of mindset work that needs to be done.

Most importantly … no other program considers any of this stuff!

And you wonder why losing weight and keeping it off feels impossible.

You wonder why there’s a 95+% failure rate.

Neurotype training and nutrition produce lasting results.

Oh … you mean, you trying to fit every individual into the same box doesn’t work?

And hasn’t worked in … ever?


Like I said … being in the 5% requires doing things radically different.

Some of us recognize it quickly and make a change.

Others, like me, spin their wheels for 10 years or longer before finally realizing it.

Either way, you’ve got an opportunity right here.

Registration is open for a couple more days so if you’ve been sitting on the sidelines … your window to get in the game is closing.

I wouldn’t delay any longer.

But that’s just me.

You do you.

Here’s the link to join if you’re ready for a change.

Interested in 1:1 Coaching?

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

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