Why You Can't Lose Weight
Why You Can't Lose Weight
So I was having a conversation with one of my clients, who wanted to lose 25-30Ibs and have enough energy to be there for his wife & kids.
Now for his privacy, let's call him Mike
and I figured I shared some of our convos with you - as it may help you on your weight-loss journey.
"Idk, man, some things I'm super motivated to lose the weight, and then on other days, umm, I just get caught up with work and my family - I stop hitting the gym and start eating whatever I want."
"It's all good, man; it happens to the best of us. And rather than beating yourself up that:
"You don't eat healthily."
Or you don't work out as you should"
You know you don't have the proper system in place, the one that considers your work schedule, daddy duties, and stuff like that.
You need a customized plan that will allow you to balance working out, eating healthy, raising your kids, and spending time with the lady."
"Oh, that makes sense - I don't know, man. I mean - I want to lose weight; I tried. So why can't I be consistent?"
"So I noticed many of us start strong but lose steam when we don't see any results. And honestly, that's not your fault. That's simply human nature. We tend to give up when we don't see results.
That's why I set up the Warrior experience in a way where we quickly dial in on your workout and diet. So you can start losing weight.
That's also why we had guys come in and lose anywhere between 15-25Ibs in just one month."
"HA! You make it sound simple, but balancing work, raising kids, and being attentive to my lady, I find I just don't have the time to stay fit".
"Yeah, I get that a lot, and you may think it's time management, but it's deeper than that.
My Friend, What would you do if the doctor told you to get your health together in 3 months or you might leave your family sooner than expected?
You damn right you would hit the gym and cut out the junk food.
So it's more about priority/urgency management than time management.
Now that may take a while to sink in, but when it does, I have seen guys lose anywhere from 30 - 67 Ibs.
Like bob, who lost 17 pounds and 8% body fat.
We have a guy, bill, who lost over 60 pounds.
And that's because of the mental shift he had. Luckily, we coach you through it.
Now I'm sorry to keep on rambling. I'm passionate about this, and here's another mistake we men make:
I don't remember you creating time for yourself.
My Friend, I mean, look at it this way: if you pour into others without refilling yourself, you'll be empty sooner than later.
That's actually why you're constantly low on energy. And I don't have the motivation to hit the gym or get better as a man, father & husband!
You got to put YOU first, me, for yourself, your wife, your kids, and legacy!"
*Mike pauses for like 35 seconds and then says:
"Yeah, man, I'm guilty of that. I put all the burden on myself and then just let myself go, spiral out of control.
My Friend, I don't know if I can make this work. I tried to lose weight, but I fell off every time. How will this be any different?"
"Great question, brother. Chances are, when you tried to lose weight, you didn't have the proper system.
Most importantly: you didn't have the proper support system, and I'm not just talking about getting a coach. Having a solid support system goes deeper than that.
With our program, it's not about losing weight. It's about joining a band of brothers on the same journey as you who will keep you accountable and motivated - day in and day out.
And as brothers come together to help each other with more than just our health. We talk about family issues, the burdens of our day-to-day responsibilities, insecurities, depression, finances - yea, it's a lot, man - all designed to make you a better husband, father, and man. And you lose the 25Ibs will be the icing on the cake."
Now we continued to talk, but I will stop the conversation here.
Mike went on to enroll in our newest program.
If you want to learn more about this new program designed to help you lose over 30Ibs and build lean muscle all while working on yourself to step into your true calling as a better man, husband, and father, here's what I want you to do:
Respond to this post with "WARRIOR 2.0".
I have already started enrolling guys - so respond to see if you're a good fit.