Chasing the "Perfect Diet" or the "Perfect Workout?" Try this instead.

Coming in hot today with this one. Hope you’re ready for it :-)

Perfect doesn’t exist.

There is no “perfect” meal plan.

There is no “perfect” exercise plan.

What’s perfect is the thing that works for you. 

You’re not a perfectionist. You’re procrastinating.

You’re avoiding taking action because you’re afraid - afraid to mess up, afraid to fail, afraid to look stupid.

Look, I get it. I’ve been there. Heck, I’m still there All. Of. The. Time.

I’ve been coaching for about 5 years. And while I’ve gotten really good at what I do, there are coaches out there who have been in the game for 10 - 20 - 30 years longer than I have.

But, I had to start somewhere.

My start, however, was hiding behind courses and training. I accumulated information but was unable to proceed to implementation and transformation.

I was afraid. I was afraid to mess up, afraid of not being good enough, afraid to look stupid.

But then I started coaching. ACTUALLY coaching. And you know what? I wasn’t any good AT ALL. God bless my first few clients. I owe them an incredible amount of gratitude.

What I now had, however, was something. Now, it was something that didn’t work. But it was something. I had context for using what I learned from actual feedback.

Had I kept learning what I was learning, I would have kept learning more and more about something that didn’t work for me.

And since then, I continue to look for ways to do more of what works and less of what doesn’t. Yes, much of the ideas originate from courses, training, and certifications. But whether or not they work is up to me to discover.

This is why I do what I do.

I help my clients do in their food, fitness, and lifestyle, what I do in my coaching practice.

We make progress, not by focusing on perfection but by playing, exploring, experimenting, and discovering ways to do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

Stop chasing perfection. Instead, start playing. experimenting, exploring and discovering.

Then keeping what works and throwing away the rest.

That’s progress. That’s the Perfect Fitness Framework.


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