One of the big topics in our group this fall has been plateaus. In the beginning of our programs my challengers see a lot of immediate success, an average of 10-15 pounds lost in the first round. After those kinds of results, excitement levels and anticipation are high, but at some point all of us hit a plateau.
We feel like we are putting in the same effort and the scale won't budge! It takes determination and a willingness to get real with yourself about your nutrition and effort. Each new level takes us deeper into our commitment and our "why". Progressing means having fewer cheats, sticking to the meal plans, and being super consistent in our work outs. It means getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.
This happened to Kerri this fall. I know she had moments she wanted to throw in the towel but she pressed on and broke through her plateau and is down 29 pounds since August! I saw her shatter her excuses and reach a whole new level of success! If you are struggling with a plateau, don't give up! You haven't come this far only to get this far!
Our next group starts January 2nd and I'm looking for ten ladies that want to start 2017 right! I know we all want to be in the best shape of our lives, so let's do it!
The focus of our group is healing, inside and out! We will be learning our emotional triggers, building new habits, having grace for ourselves and each other and learning to care for our bodies instead of chasing unattainable beauty standards.
My goal is to show you how amazing your body is and to truly appreciate your own beauty! Life is pretty awesome when you are excited to be YOU! Message me for more details or comment below with your email address!
"And Aubrey was her name. A not so very ordinary girl or name."(Or so says David Gates ;) I'm a wife to Phillip, a mother to Scarlett and Juliet. We live in the beautiful city of Thornton, Co. I'm a recovering red bull addict. I love to read. I hate to cook. I seek to be inspired and also to inspire others. I am a Beachbody Coach on a quest to be truly healthy mind, soul, and body and challenge others to do the same.