HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED WHY IT’S SO HARD TO LOSE THOSE POUNDS WHY IT’S EASIER TO LOSE THE FIRST FIFTY THAN THE LAST 5
If you’re like me, I bet you have. And, chances are, you’ve looked everywhere for an answer.
You’ve spent the money on all the magazines, scoured every article on the Internet but you’re more confused by all the conflicting advice.
So-called experts everyone from bodybuilders to overweight personal trainers to your one friend who lost 30 pounds so automatically knows what they’re talking about tell you it’s actually easy
that all it comes down to is energy balance – simple – and that you just need to move more and eat less.
Well, they’re wrong. It’s not easy. Sure, energy balance is a real factor but the idea that you can just move more and eat less to get into killer shape has a FATAL flaw (which I’ll cover in detail below).
Then there are the Celebrity Doctors promoting juice cleanses, specialty berries, and skin creams. You know those “miracle” supplements that are supposed to suppress your appetite, rev up your metabolism, and eliminate fat
while you sit on the couch and tune in so the Doc can pitch you on something else.
Obviously, those are BS. But, if you feel like there’s just 5-10 pounds separating you from your dream body well, who can blame you for rolling the dice on something that maybe just maybe can have 0.0035% impact
I get it. Like I said, I know you.
AND I KNOW YOU FEEL LIKE YOU’VE TRIED EVERYTHING FROM OVER-HYPED SUPPLEMENTS TO MEATHEAD TRAINERS…
but instead of losing the final 10 pounds you lose $$$ from your wallet. Wanna know the scary thing The scary thing is that you’re probably doing most things right.
You watch what you eat, you workout hard 3-4 times a week, and you’re taking all the right supplements.
Why is that the scary thing Because even though you’re doing all the things you’re SUPPOSED TO, the love handles are still there, your pants are still tight, and you’re still UNCOMFORTABLE taking your shirt off.
Have you ever just looked in the mirror and wondered what MORE should you be doing
I know I have. And I can tell you from experience, it’s a really awful feeling. And it’s not one I wish on anyone.
Truly, I don’t want you to feel stuck. I don’t want you to hate your body or feel ashamed because of the way you look.