How To Know You’re “Ready” To Start A New Fitness Routine

Updated: Aug 25, 2020

If you’re like most people who want to improve their health, you can picture exactly what you want. It’s so clear that if you could just

lose 2 inches around your waist...

drop 10 pounds...

look better in your bathing suit...

Then you’d be happier and would feel more confident in your body.

If only it were as simple of visualizing what you wanted and getting it… right?

We’ll… the truth is there is no shortage of goals and desires in the health and fitness area for people.

The real issue preventing people from achieving these kind of results is Starting!

It’s what separates those living the life they want and actually getting to the results they’ve been thinking about for so long.

So, why do people have clarity about what they want, but so few get to experience it?

The answer is in overcoming the mental roadblocks holding you back from starting…

Will this work for me?

What if I fail…?

How will I make it work with my kids?

What if life gets even busier?

As a long term professional coach, I’m here to let you know it’s our job to help you develop the successful habits and mindset which delivers the goal you want.

Trust me when I say… YOU are not expected to have fitness and nutrition “figured out” on your own. So take that pressure off yourself and start focusing on what you can control.

Think about it this way:

When your car is broken you take it to a mechanic?

When your a/c breaks you call an air condition technician?

When you’re sick you go to your doctor?

When your sink clogs up you call a plumber?


you are not currently on track with your goals...

you are working harder and harder but not seeing the results you want...

you find your motivation lacking after a week or 2 of starting a program...

It’s time to call a coach to help fix your problem.

Now is the time. You are ready. Make the call!

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