Rigid meal plans and training programs are appealing because they promise a clear path from A to B. And yes, if you have the willpower on a full-speed arrow and a mind that loves authority, you’re in for a win.

But, if your goal is to keep your results for life without always relying on someone else, obeying rules and mastering compliance won’t teach you the skills to take ownership of your health and fitness.

Instead, it’s the lessons you learn from failures and struggles that make a change possible.


ps. I am taking on new clients this week. If you’re feeling tired and want to reclaim your energy and strength, but struggle to make exercise a habit because of your work and family commitments, hit reply. Let’s chat to see if my coaching would be a good fit. It’s not for everyone. But it might just be for you. Like it was for these folks.