Do you struggle to stay on track with exercise and healthy eating? There is one thing that works every time.
Many women want to lose weight and get fit — they don’t have a strategy, or find very difficult to stick to it. When that alarm clock rings in the morning and it’s dark outside, we just want to hit snooze. At the end of the day, we’re drained of energy and working out is the last thing we want to do with the time we have to ourselves. And choosing the healthy option is a real challenge.
Word here is ACCOUNTABILITY
Studies show that the person who actually achieves weight loss and transition into a healthier lifestyle is the person who connected into some form of accountability program. It could be hiring a trainer, joining a health club, hiring a nutritionist, etc. It’s something about having to answer to another person for your actions that motivates you to stay on track with your goals.
1. Accountability will keep you responsible(accountable) When you are working with someone who pushes you to make changes in a short amount of time, you may finally realize that you are ultimately responsible for how much progress you make every day. Accounting for your actions will help you to take a good look at yourself, start eliminating the excuses and start taking actions that bring about your intended success
2. Accountability accelerates your performance. When you connect with a coach you can work on a specific plan, develop a strategy and execute with confidence, knowing you have been guided to achieve your goals.
3. Accountability helps you measure your success and progress. A coach will help you define what success looks like and set milestones to measure your progress along the way. You can easily track how close you are to reaching your goals.
4. Accountability keeps you engaged. There are things that will come up that will distract you from your goals and take you off course. Even when you’re bored, distracted or tired, knowing that you have to answer for your progress will keep you going to the finish line.
When you have a one to one coach, than following an evaluation, the coach can make a specific plan for you, personalized on your own needs. If you decide to follow a group program, than the strategies are already made and you will follow the same steps as the rest of the group.