You set the goal and you decide it’s time to lose weight, you give it everything you got and sure enough like all the attempts in the past, before you know it you have not been successful and you are back in old habits. Sound familiar?
You are not alone. Millions of people every year set a goal to become more slim, active and healthy. Yet, the majority of those people constantly fall short of their hopes. And, although some people are able to lose a few pounds initially, the changes are unfortunately often not sustainable for them long-term. Many end up back at the same weight they started at, while others actually end up gaining even more weight.
The way to get started is to stop talking and start doing - Walt Disney
Yesterday, you said tomorrow – Nike
But, the worst part of this painful process is not the extra pounds—it’s the fact that this cycle of consistently setting a goal and not reaching it breeds a feeling of learned powerlessness, a sensation that there is no hope or way to change your situation. You cannot let this mind-set control your life. There is a way to acquire the power, energy and body that you deserve. There is hope.
We don’t believe in diets or quick weight-loss plans. Everywhere we look we are told that of the latest fad or technique of the right way to lose weight.
It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. - Mahatma Gandhi
Weight loss, just like anything else, comes back to your beliefs, conditioning and personal standards. Until you can change your psychology and shift the way that you think about your health, you’ll never be able to really change.
And, for many people, over-eating is an addiction. Perhaps food has become a way of changing a disempowering state for you, providing comfort or variety when you need it. Yet, as you’ve probably already discovered for yourself, this pattern is a downward spiral. Even if emotional eating helps you in the moment, it ends up causing you even more pain and frustration in the long-run.
An empowering workshop that explains the why and how of attaining and implementing “willpower”
Thus, in order to really lose weight and make the change last, you have to be willing to create a new lifestyle and identity around your physical well-being. You need to change your behaviours, as well as your mindset, at its core. And, you need a conditioning process that will change your behaviour long-term.
Take back the control of your life as we invite you to anticipate a new way of being and feeling about the world around you.
You can have the body that you wish. You can experience the freedom and confidence that comes with having an energetic and active core. You can feel alive again. You are not your past.
A Very helpful workshop, it has inspired me with a clearer understanding of why I do what I do. I also now have the tools to help me implement the changes on a daily basis, small and constantly. I highly recommend this workshop. I’ve lost weight and feel better than ever.
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