Do you struggle with staying committed to a training program or meal plan?
I’m going talk about different personality types and how sometimes if you’re hating the type of training or dieting you’re doing it might be a good sign that it’s time to take a step back and re-evaluate. There’s probably something about the format that simply isn’t a match for your personality type to stay interested and committed. What happens if you’re not interested and committed? Your chances of sticking with it and reaching your goals aren’t that likely.
Some highlights in this episode:
• How powerlifting made me change my mindset about lifting alone
• Why your boundaries and preferences should be a priority in deciding what type of training will help you to stay committed
• Applying personality types when choosing a nutrition plan
• Using fear and rewards for motivators
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I’m Kelly Wilson, owner of fitfizzstudio.com and I’m a personal trainer, nutrition coach, behavior change specialist, autoimmune disease educator and I’ve worked in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years.
I’m here to help you ditch the gimmicks, finding strength through your struggles, give you the knowledge for making the smartest choices for your own health and to remind you to celebrate victory all along the way. We are in the middle of a miniseries on all aspects of trauma. If you haven’t heard the first two, I highly recommend those and there will be two more episodes after this week.
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