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Becoming SUPER Fit, Phase 4: The NEW You!

By March 20, 2017 April 12th, 2019 No Comments
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Welcome to the NEW You!

In this Super Fit 4th phase, you’re no longer dreading your next workout or finding excuses as to why you can’t hit the gym.

Instead, you actually look forward to working out because it has become a part of your normal routine.

But there’s a NEW challenge you must face in this phase of your fitness journey…

Information Overload!

In this industry, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with what to do and what not to do ‘type’ of information… and you’ll even find many things that contradict one another.

So, HOW do you decide between what’s right and what’s wrong?


You do what works best for you!

The solution is to stick to 1 thing for at least 6 months!

It could be anything from a certain training style, class, or specific regimen that you do consistently with intensity and without fail.

If after that time period, you find that what you’re doing isn’t getting you the results you want, then modify/change your training so it better fits your needs.

Good news is that this process only takes some self-awareness on your part.

Notice how your body responds to certain eating and exercise habits, you’ll be surprised that certain things work better for you than others.

Once you find out what that is, spend most of your time doing more of THAT and only take on tips/advice on things that help you improve in that specific area.

Good luck, and let me know how it goes!