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The Missing Piece



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Recently, (oh the past 2-3 months or so) I have run into many people dealing with the same one or two issues.  Most of these people are already well versed in exercise and nutrition in some way.  Either they have tried a gazillion different things before or they have done it in the distant past.

1. They’re not being as consistent with their workouts and nutrition as they would like and are having a hard time sticking to things.

2. They’re not getting the results they should base on how much they know about working out and eating healthy.

Most admitted that when things get busy, it’s hard for them to be consistent. They frequently get off track with nutrition and skips workouts.

Most have tried a bunch of different workout programs and diets and knew what to do. But still something important was missing, something that could help make a difference.

They read articles on working out and nutrition. They exercise. They eat healthy, or at least try to. Most are the go-to “fitness expert” for their family and friends.

They’re people who should be in great shape — and maybe at one point, they were in great shape — but are now having a tough time. They’re frustrated with a body that’s not as lean, strong, fit or healthy as they know it could be.  And I have worked with many experienced clients just like them — helping them get healthier and into the great shape — I know exactly what was missing.  Once you reach a certain level of knowledge and experience, the missing link is no longer a new workout program, the perfect diet, or a new supplement to try.

The one thing they are missing is this: being accountable — to someone or something — for their workouts and nutrition.

“Accountability is the acknowledgment of responsibility for your actions with the obligation to report, explain, and be responsible for the resulting consequences.”

In other words, accountability keeps you consistent because you have to report back what you’re doing — or not doing — in the gym and in the kitchen to someone else.

In fact, accountability is more important than personal motivation for this simple reason: No one always feels motivated to go to the gym or eat healthy.

But if we have someone who’s checking up on us to see how things are going, we’ll get our butt in gear. Even if we don’t feel motivated in the moment.

We actually do the exercise — and eat the food — needed to look and feel great. And we do it over and over again, even when the going gets tough.

That’s why you can know exactly what to do. And you can even do it — exercise, eat good food, get 8 hours of sleep — for short bursts. But you can still end up struggling.

Simply put: if you can’t be consistent, you can’t make progress.

And that’s why accountability – not the perfect training or nutrition program – is the thing that turns everything around. (Heck, maybe it can turn things around for you.)

What to do in 2013!


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We all know that diets don’t work for long, and often, don’t work at all. But if not diets, then what? Here’s how our clients do it, and how you can get healthier and fitter than you ever thought possible in 12 months — and stay that way forever — while never “dieting” another day in your life.

The Final Rep’s personal fitness coaching programs are designed for our clients who want to get in shape without having another thing in their lives to manage and worry about. We take care of all the food and fitness-related thinking. Clients get to refocus and relax. And get healthier and fitter than they ever thought possible.

Because no matter how much you exercise, what you eat will determine how you look and feel. But deep down, we all know diets don’t work for long. And often, they don’t work at all.

Worse yet, diets add needless stress and complication to people’s lives. No one wants yet another thing to manage and worry about. We’re all busy enough as it is.

But if not diets, what can you do?
You have to do things simpler than people expect, for longer than people expect.

We teach PERFORMANCE LIVING which is the anti-diet! You don’t count calories. You don’t get all crazy about food, you don’t follow fads, and you don’t listen to media reports about how one specific food will kill you while another will cure you (a list which seems to change every other week). And most importantly, you don’t add stress to your already busy life.

Instead, you let us take care of all the thinking and planning for you. In place of a diet, which is a bombardment of changes you’re expected to make all at once, we find your “one small thing.” In short, we figure out what small thing you can do right now, today, to yield the maximum physiological change possible.

And once we figure it out, we give you that one small thing to work on for a few weeks until you master it. Then another. Then another. For as long as it takes. The catch is, it takes time — and we live in a “now, now, now!” culture. The benefit is, it works better than you can possibly imagine.

Our coaches are actually part coach, part nutritionist, part scientist. With a little personal trainer and personal concierge built in. When you hire us, we ensure you get healthier, fitter and happier with your body than you ever thought possible.
Odds are, you’ll like us at first, hate us at times (because we will hold you accountable and help you be consistent), and love us in the end.

You commit to the program. We commit to you. And it works.
You’re in the right place, by the way, and you’re not alone. We’ve helped many people just like you. If you’ve been thinking about getting in shape, we strongly recommend you check out the website to see what the The Final Rep can do for you!