There’s a trend in the fitness community that focuses on small habits for successful weight loss.
“Eat one more vegetable this week”
“Walk 32 more steps today”
“Stop at 3 slices of pie”
That’s all well and good, but when someone’s truly MOTIVATED to change, they are in a position to go ALL IN.
Why dabble at that point?
Dabbling gets you mediocre results.
When a person leaves their comfort zone, a rapid evolution follows.
I get a handful of inquiries regarding online coaching every week.
This is a service I DO still offer and is actually how I predominantly make my living.
But I can usually tell when/if someone is ready to go ‘all in’ based on what they write in those answers.
Christophe was one of those who jumped off the application page.
Here’s his results…
Considerably leaner in the face and mid-section.
Same thing from the back.
Sure, there’s more work to do. But that’s a lot of progress in a short amount of time.
Would he have achieved this by eating a few more vegetables and walking another block? Maybe in 6 months, not 8 weeks.
All told, 10 pounds down and just shy of 5 inches overall (plus some added fullness in his shoulders)
With his graduation from the program – and another who had to step away early due to a family emergency – I have a couple spots opening…
Some ‘side effects’ of the Mansformation program:
- Go down a notch in your belt so your belly stops overhanging your favourite jeans
- Lose somewhere between 8-26 pounds in 60-90 days (past averages)
- Trim your beer gut or muffin top and love handle
- Free yourself from the tired, stressed out, lethargic version so you sleep better and better adapt to daily pressures in career/family life