Secret Life Changing Formula Vol. 2
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We are gonna talk about how to optimize your strength, and not just for a short 30 day fitness and health program or challenge, but I’m talking about permanently.
How do you optimize and sustain your strength so that you don’t go on that up and down motivation rollercoaster where one day you’ll be in the mood to work out, the next day or month not in the mood?
I teach many different habits inside my Sexy Confident Woman Formula to help you understand what it takes to make permanent changes in your life. I don’t want to just help you temporarily change your habits and behaviors. I want you to be able to sustain these habits and behaviors so that you can have that life changing experience.
We are going to jump into one of my favorite topics today – STRENGTH
Optimizing physical strength is not just about workouts and exercise. It’s about adopting the values and philosophies about why we exercise that are actually gonna support your everyday habits. If you don’t value exercise and fitness why would you practice it?
Here’s the common goal:
Most of us have a goal to get fit, lose the muffin top, lose weight, get stronger or tone up. That’s the common goal that most people have when they’re looking for a fitness program. The common solution is looking for exercises to do, fitness programs to try, hiring a personal trainer, maybe join a gym.
Here’s the common result:
You get going for a little while and then you begin to get bored.
Or you get distracted by what’s going on in your life, or get really busy and it’s no longer a priority.
Then you fall off track before you ever reach your goal, and that’s frustrating because you have to start all over again.
The SCW Formula is a different solution.
You might have a desire to lose weight and get toned, but the workout recommendations are just a small piece of the puzzle. In order to obtain and sustain optimal strength, you don’t just exercise, you develop a fitness philosophy.
Just think about what you value about exercise. Why you do it.
Is it something you just attach to weight loss or does it mean that you are a healthy role model for your kids and family or you want to avoid sickness and disease.
You need to have that philosophy in your pocket, ready to pull it out every time you have an excuse, every time you get distracted, every time you get busy.
#1. You have to understand program design.
A lot of you are getting burned out. you start a program, you get all into it, and then all of a sudden your body can’t handle it.
It’s because you don’t have a general understanding of how to put a program together for yourself.
I teach that in the SCWF.
You have to ask yourself a few questions:
What is my program like?
What is my design like?
What am I doing for my fitness?
Am I pushing myself too hard, am I doing the same things all the time?
Am I switching it up?
It’s important that you have a general understanding of this so that you don’t get bored or burnt out.
#2. The power of consistency: why your number one enemy is inconsistency
I go deep on this lesson.
If you could just embrace how powerful being consistent in anything is – it will change your life.
But until you adopt this as a true value, you won’t be consistent.
Not only do I teach program design and consistency, but I allow you to distinguish what programs are gonna make or break you.
So next time someone recommends a program to you, you can accept or pass because you’ll know if it can support your long-term goals, not just become a short term plan.”
#3. We go over habits for recovery
This includes practicing behaviors and habits that help your body recover and heal which is more important than exercise.
So think about what you do for your body that actually helps your body heal and recover – drinking water, getting sleep, etc. We go over at least seven.
You have to have those habits for recovery. It’s not just about the workout, it’s about the time and healing you give your body as well.
#4. Gotta manage and organize priorities
Are you managing and organizing your priorities? Are they in your scheduler? Is it mapped out?
How are you gonna make it happen if it’s not in the planner?
We talk about the importance of this, and you want to make sure that you’ve got a plan, you’re set up.
Put an alarm in your phone that says, “Girl, get sweaty!” Or whatever it’s gonna be that motivates you.
The chances that you’ll get that workout in will be much different.
Are You Beginning To See The Shift?
When you practice these different elements, the result is much different. The workouts are just what you do, but that doesn’t fuel why you do it.
All of those other lessons help you define and embrace why exercise and movement will become a staple in your life.
You end the roller coaster behaviors of starting and stopping a program, not just because you want to lose weight, but because strength and health have greater meaning to you now.
That’s the difference between getting a workout, going to a personal trainer, or learning about how to make this a staple in your life.
This might be a little different than most of the health and fitness types of programs you’ve been hearing about and learning about, but if you’re ready for something different that’s truly gonna change your life, this is it.
Get excited for volume number three in our next episode on optimizing energy.
We are going to discuss food! You’re gonna love this episode when we go way deeper than counting calories or deciding what foods are unhealthy or not.
We are going to tackle energy at a whole new level so that you can continue implementing these habits into your life.
Don’t hesitate to start implementing these habits into your life now!
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