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Top 4 Reasons You Aren’t Achieving Your Fitness Goals

1. You Aren’t Following a Program

A recent survey at the University of Stanford found that those who followed a program vs those who didn’t were 70% more likely to achieve their self reported fitness goals. That means more than HALF the battle is picking a program and sticking to it. Program’s do an amazing job limiting decision fatigue and removing complication from our already busy lives.

2. Low Protein Consumption

For those who have made the commitment & are going to the gym regularly, protein consumption is really the difference in seeing results or staying the same. Those trying to add muscle and lower body fat percentage should aim for .8grams of protein per lb of bodyweight. Those looking to add increase muscle mass & maximize their strength gains should aim for 1-1.2grams of protein per lb of bodyweight.

3. Wrong Style of Exercises

Decided you want to lose weight and ended up doing endless amounts of cardio? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. The best style of exercise differs from person to person but one rule remains constant: the best style of exercise is the one you enjoy doing! For me & the 1000’s of women who follow my exercise programs Progressive Overload Resistance Training reigns supreme. You see, by keeping the heart rate low & eating adequate amounts of protein we are able to turn your body into a fat burning machine. By progressively increasing your weight stimulus or amount of reps we are able to force the body to adapt to the changing stimuli and reduce plateaus.

4. No focus on Recovery

Nutrition is an important part of recovery but its not the only part. Sleep is equally important to seeing the results of all your efforts in the gym and in life. Sleep is when your body builds its lean muscle mass. Making sure we are getting our full 8 hours gives us the best chance at seeing all the fruits of our labor.

5. BONUS: What To Do To Achieve Your Fitness Goals

Achieving your fitness goals can feel like a daunting task. Many of you don't know where to start and are really looking for tried to and true principles that you can rely on. My new 8 week program Good // Sweat Strength Level Up is here to save the day. 8 weeks of programming (including 40 programmed Progressive Overload workouts), A High-Protein cookbook to help you nail your protein goals & guide you in your journey in the kitchen, a complete recovery guide to make sure your nurturing your body as you crush your workouts & maximizing your time. I will drop the link below (click the big graphic) and join our community & lets get to work!