July 10, 2016
The 10 Reasons why...
Here are the 10 Ten Reasons why [my] Accountability Groups Rock:
1. You don't need a lot of time.
You just need 30 minutes a day to exercise. And about 5 minutes a day (maximum) to check in in our secret (no one knows you're in it) facebook group.
2. The support.
You're not alone. We're a group of women working toward a common goal. We're busy Moms, single professionals, empty nesters trying to eat better & get stronger. Together.
3. The daily motivation.
How many times have you started and stopped on your own? We all need daily inspiration and support. You'll get it with me.
You don't need to be perfect, but you need to be consistently working toward a goal. If you're not moving forward, you're moving backwards.
5. You'll get an eating program that works.
Don't know where to start? Start with me. You'll be eating whole, in proper portions, cutting out sugar, salt and other not so great foods... with support. And, you can still have a glass of wine.
6. They're a way to pay it forward.
But supporting OTHERS you'll feel better about yourself. Trust me.
7. You'll gain confidence and change your body and your mindset.
When you focus on taking care of you, both physically and mentally, you'll be more at peace, happier and more confident. And it'll show. And, you'll be able to take care of everything (and everyone) else.
8. They help you get either ON track or BACK on track.
We all go off the rails sometimes, and that's ok. Once you're in my accountability groups -- you're always welcome back. Life gets in the way, I get it! If you want to make a change, you must tell someone about it. Accountability means checking in daily and finally doing it this time.
9. They help you stretch and get out of your comfort zone. AND you can do it at home.
Doing the same thing, everyday, won't get you anywhere. Do something new, try something different -- and be supported all within the comfort of your own home, based on your schedule.
10. We're in in together.
Over the course of 2 years I've lost and kept off that last pesky 10 lbs. While obviously results vary, whole-food eating and solid exercise will change you. No question.
If you've been thinking about it, but weren't sure where to start, let's talk. Email me here.
written by Ky | TwoPretzels at 1:34 PM