Most of our personal training clients and group clients come to Human Design because they way to learn how to lose weight and get fit.
Everyone has their different reasons for doing so but the common theme I see is that they don't know how to put all the pieces of the puzzle together. They are confused about how to lose weight, what dietary approach to take or what exercise regime to do.
Today I am going to show you how to do it your way. A way that you feel comfortable with and a way that you can fit into your crazy lifestyle.
If you are super busy and your career is going up and your health is going down then you may want to read this.
Just recently I have several clients who are losing weight.
I tell you this because each of them is different. They have different lifestyles, tastes, cultural backgrounds and motivation.
They are not following one uniform system.
The big common factor is that they have managed to reduce their calories in a sensible fashion that gets results and does not feel like it is too much.
They don't feel massive cravings, or the need to 'have a break' from their eating patterns.
At Human Design we coach certain nutrition principles. But after 11 years of training clients I have coached many people to lose weight in a multitude of ways.
You need to somehow figure out how to eat less and move more in a way that suits you. In a way that you can sustain over time. In a way that doesn't feel like a burden. In a way that allows you to live a fun, adventurous, non stressed life.
Most personal trainers and studios give clients a one way system. This does not work. It will never work.
Yes, you will get quick results but they wont last and before you know it you will be looking for the next new method.
Think about this:
Here are the common principles we teach at Human Design.
If you can follow the BIG ROCKS, all the other little pieces will fall into place.
There is NO ONE WAY to lose weight and get fit. See the real world examples above.
If you need help - come along and see us or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about how we can assist you.