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“Quick Fix” Syndrome

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Can I get it, Get it, Get it? Today is another day to get better.  

Often when we are focusing on improvement, we start EXTREMELY motivated. We don’t miss workouts, we eat clean, and we do all the right things to ensure success. Progress is going well, we’re doing awesome. Then suddenly… 

That initial energy and enthusiasm fizzle out. Usually, we are SO focused on the outcome and end result that we get frustrated all together when we don’t reach our goal immediately, no matter the amount of progress nor the number of successes we’ve achieved.

More often than not, we would all LOVE overnight results. 

I call this “Quick Fix” syndrome, hoping that after a few weeks of training hard or eating clean for a short time will fix all our problems and will instantly get us the results we desire. Falling victim to this will only leave us frustrated, disappointed and often results in many giving up all together! 

Here is how to solve this problem and cure the “Quick Fix” syndrome: 

1.) Take it slow: Results that are permanent take time. Focusing on the journey and looking to improve each week will leave lasting changes. Remember, you did not put on the weight, become dependent on medication or depressed, overnight. 

2.) Set mini goals: Instead of focusing on 1 year from now, or how you will look next Summer… Set goals each month. For example, this month you may decide you want to focus on improving your breathing while exercising. Or even set a goal to work out every day. The next month you should re-assess and set new goals, so you won’t become bored or discouraged

3.) Don’t get overwhelmed: Often we want to make BIG changes all at once. However, you are more likely to stick with something and make a permanent change when you take small steps over time. I always tell my clients who have trouble eating enough to just focus on eating breakfast each day. Make that small change a habit and then after a month, focus on post-workout nutrition. 

4.) Things take time: Anything worth doing and worth KEEPING takes effort, consistency, and time. Don’t get caught up in a short-term mindset, but rather focus on enjoying the journey and trusting the process. 

5.) Finish what you start: As we end another amazing bootcamp I am always excited to see people who finish what they started. Many people quit before the program really gets started. The results are beginning to happen and because the results were not happening as fast as they may have wanted, they stopped. If you trust me to train you then you must trust the No Mess process. Today a client stated, “I really didn’t want to come because I have been getting on my home scale and it has not moved. When we did her Fit3D scan the weight stated that she did gain weight however with our high-tech machine it tells exactly what is happening with the body. This client actually lost 7.7lbs of FAT and gained 8.1 Lbs of LEAN muscle ohhhh and 5.6% body fat. She killed it.  

In short, to cure this ailment of “Quick Fix” syndrome, remember to: Take it slow, set mini goals, don’t get overwhelmed, be No Mess, take your time and finish what you start!


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