Have you ever seen a really impressive “before” and “after” body photo on a weight loss product?
Well, there’s something that the diet industry doesn’t want you to know. There is more involved than just the diet product, and it’s the same across the board.
Look into the eyes of any person in their “before” picture and you’ll see that they are deeply disturbed. The body they have is no longer in sync with the body they are able to accept.
Because they changed the body that they accept, and became disturbed.
Now look into their eyes in the “after” picture and see the sweet satisfaction? They now live in the body that they decided they could accept. What an amazing feeling that is.
Why are you still living life in your “before” body?
Sure, you have obstacles that get in your way like your schedule, your job, your kids, the weather, your knee injury from college…but ultimately you have the body that you accept.
I’m going to repeat that so it will really sink in.
You have the body that you accept.
Transform from “Before” to “After”
You may not realize it, but you already posses everything you need to transform your body, and it all starts with taking responsibility for the body that you have today.
You are in your current shape because, until this moment, you’ve been OK with it.
Oh I know you aren’t thrilled with it, and you even talk about losing weight and getting fit—but you haven’t changed what you’ll accept.
Therefore, here’s how to transform your body in 3 steps:
Step One: Feel Disturbed
It has been said that emotion creates motion. This is essential when it comes to personal transformation. Just like those folks in the “before” pictures, to transform your body you must first decide that you can’t live another day in the body you currently have.
Therefore get your emotions stirred up. Make a list of all the reasons that you’re ready to lose weight and get fit. Get disturbed.
Step Two: Decide What You Want
Without clarity you’ll never get where you want to go. Now that you’re disturbed with the body you have, decide what the body you can accept looks like.
Think in concrete and specific terms. Just like the captions under ‘before” and “after” pictures—“Shannon lost 50 lbs,” “Matt lost 8 inches from his waist,” “Catherine went from a size 20 to a size 4.”
Get a clear picture in your mind of what you’ll look like in your “after” picture and decide what the caption will read.
Step Three: Take Action
The time spent between your inspiration (now) and taking action determines whether you will succeed or fail. Don’t allow yourself to get stuck between inspiration and action—there is always something that you can do immediately.
Take action by emailing or calling me now to set up a fitness consultation.
Hence I am here to take you from your “before” picture to your “after” picture. What will your “after” caption read?
You have to get disturbed with your current shape before you’ll take the action needed to transform your body. How do you get disturbed? Try these:
Go shopping for a swim suit
Try on all of your “skinny” clothes
Look at old pictures from when you were in better shape
Go to the doctor for a physical
Pickled Egg & Tuna Salad
You’ve heard of egg salad and you’ve heard of tuna salad, yet have you ever heard of Pickled Egg & Tuna Salad? Basically what we have done here is combine the best of both beloved salads to create a dish that is truly satisfying and nutritious. It’s high in protein, low in carbs and big on flavor. The crunchy bites of tangy pickle are fantastic! This recipe is great to pack for lunch to keep you on track with your healthy eating throughout your workday. Enjoy!
Here’s what you need…
1 (6oz) can albacore tuna, in water, drained then flaked
4 hard boiled eggs, chopped
¼ cup pickles, chopped
¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
1 Tablespoon fresh parsley, minced
½ teaspoon sea salt
¼ teaspoon black pepper
4 butter lettuce leaves for serving
1. In a large bowl combine the tuna, eggs, pickles, yogurt, parsley, sea salt and pepper then mix well until creamy and fully combined.
2. Chill the salad for 20 minutes and then serve on the large lettuce leaves. Enjoy!
Nutritional Analysis: One serving equals: 117 calories, 5g fat, 1g carbohydrate, 1g fiber, and 16g protein.