The problem when it comes to nutrition is that we tend to want to run before we can crawl!
If you’re striving for something, whether it’s weight loss, competing in powerlifting, running a marathon, or whatever your goal is, it makes sense that you want to optimize your results.
How many times have you gone out on a weekend and totally blew your macros?
We’ve all been there.
It’s okay to party – in fact, I recommend it.
Do you tell yourself you can’t do something before you even start?
Are you afraid to try something new because you might fail?
Do you worry about what others will say if you do something new or adventurous?
I’ve been there too, my friend. In the past, I’ve told myself all kinds of negative stories to keep from achieving my goals. These kinds of stories can sound a little something like this (Do any of these sound like you?)
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“I was on my own journey of self-reflection – somewhere between accepting myself as I am and wanting to become the best I can be…”
How to get from where you are to where you want to be.