In 2014, I worked out a lot. Like, over 400 times throughout the year a lot. That means, on average, I worked out 1.1 times per day.
This year, on the other hand, I have not. In fact, this is the worse year I can remember, in recent memory, when it comes to my individual workouts. Every time I had started a workout program, I would start to put work before working out (sound familiar??).
Yesterday, I sent an email discussing the Fat Loss Checklist. The checklist includes eating enough protein at each meal, working out consistently while increasing your overall daily activity. Today, I will share with you 7 of the main reasons why most people won’t follow the Fat Loss Checklist.
I have a system for personal training and nutrition advice that is pretty straight-forward and easy to follow. It’s a checklist that I’m going to give you today. Nothing I say will be revolutionary and it works, if you follow it.
After I give you this information, the question is, will you follow it? Maybe, maybe not.
Tomorrow, I’ll share with you my reasons why you might not follow it, but for today, here is the Fat Loss Checklist.
A – Go to the gym two times. Do anything you enjoy doing
B – Track your food intake – written down or in an app like MyFitnessPal.