Is Fake News wrecking your health and fitness goals?

We’ve heard a lot about “Fake News” in the media recently

I won’t go into American politics; however, it should be noted that Fake News is common across most industries and there is no place more common than in the Health and Fitness industry.

With social media platforms manipulating the truth to make you buy the latest product claiming the quick fix.

E.g Booty tea makes you drop 3 stone in 1 week – check my Instagram out (often a young female who weight trained and ate well to get in great shape)

Don’t get me wrong – we use social media but post REAL RESULTS of REAL PEOPLE. We do not claim it takes 4 weeks to go from 30% body fat to ripped abs. We want people to know it takes everyone different time scales to get into shape.

If you have been abusing your body with junk food, alcohol and very little exercises for the last 10,15, 20 years, it’s going to take more than 4 weeks to turn it all around.

This comes down to setting realistic goals. When you set smaller achievable goals you will accomplish them quicker and it will keep you motivated.

Compare these two goals:

  1. I want to have ripped abs, bench 100kg and run a 10k in under 1 hour
  2. Drop a jean size in four weeks

Which one will you mostly like achieve quicker?

Soon enough, your body will be nearer to your dream shape as you’ve been enjoying the journey!

Set your next “mini” goal and reply back to me with it, you can check in with me along the way to see if you’re on track to hit your goal & what you need to do to get there.


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