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Throughout my +20 years years in the fitness I can confidently say I have seen many people come and go on the quest to change there bodies be it for Fitness/Bodybuilding competition or shedding unwanted kilo’s or Preparing for a special event or just looking great naked or at the beach(nearly naked) or for themselves and there partner.

A lot of people will second-guess themselves and they’ll bail out and quit, just because what they try at first doesn’t work. They consider it a permanent failure, but all they need is a little attitude reposotioning, a mindset change, or what we seasoned Personal Trainers call a “reframe.”

Instead of them saying, “This is failure and too hard” they can say to themselves, “I produced a result” and “This is only temporary.” This change in perspective is going to change the way that they feel and how they mentally process and explain the experience. It turns into a learning opportunity and valuable feedback for a course correction instead of a failure, and that drives continued action and forward movement.

It’s all about your results and your interpretation of those results

An extremely important guideline for achieving fitness success is the concept that, “There is no failure; only feedback. You don’t “fail”, you only get results.”

Hannah is living proof that you can always be a better version of yourself each day with the help of a fitness coach

You see let me take my recent success story Hannah for example she hit plateaus and encountered challenges, but uinterepreted them differently. She was able to see challenges and obstacles as temporary and as valuable learning experiences and never quit post and pre competition.

Dont be one of those people who see negative results as permanent failure they are the ones who give up easily and often generalize their “failure” into other areas of their lives and even into their own sense of self. It’s one thing to say, “I ate poorly this past week because I was traveling,” (a belief about temporary behavior and environment), and to say, “I am a fat person because of my genetics” (a belief about identity with a sense of permanence).

Remember, body fat is a temporary condition, not a person and trust me when I say if you choose to never quit success well thats inevitable !

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