At every client consult, my goal is to understand your goals, what's driving you toward those goals, and what habits are holding you back from achieving them. Then as I work with clients over a period of weeks and months, we work to build new habits that support achieving those goals as those old habits fade into the background.
But sometimes, clients don't want to change. They want to have their cake and eat it, too, or more literally, they want to keep their bad habits and lose weight, too.
Change can be scary. It's not the actual change--like committing to eating a vegetable at lunch, for example--that is scary. It's more the concept of change. Habits are comfortable. Changing them is not.
But if what you're doing isn't working for you, if you're constantly beating yourself up over your inability to lose weight, bring down blood sugar numbers, build strength from all that time you spend in the gym, the only way to experience a change is to make one.
If you're fed up with a lack of results and are ready to make change, please be in touch, and let's get to work.