Fitness is more of a mental game than it is physical💆🏻♀️.
A lot of people see fitness as how much strength, resistance, and energy we have while working out. And how much effort and willingness we have into getting that workout in💪🏼.
Sure, there is a physical aspect involved. However, the biggest player in you becoming a “fit” person is your mind🧠.
First, it’s all about how you define fitness.
Is it working out everyday?
Is it eating “healthy”? Is it having a certain body fat %? Or having a six pack?
Or maybe all of those combined🤷🏻♀️.
Then, it’s all about how you see yourself, which is mostly just in your mind as well.
Do you see yourself as a fit person?
Do you see yourself as fat? Skinny? Strong? Average?
It all depends on the reference you have for each one.
And finally, it’s all about how much you love yourself and your fitness level❤️ wherever that may be.
Are you a beginner? Intermedium? Expert?
Most importantly? Are you where you want to be or do you want more?.
Once you figure this out (in your head), you’ll be ready to make changes. Changes that usually also come from you telling yourself you’re ready for them. You’re ready to wake up and work out, to do meal preps, to kill your macros, and to enjoy the journey💕.
See, it’s not about how “fit” you are externally, it’s all about mindset. Once you have that down, you’ll see all the physical changes you want to see.
I work with girls to create a plan that helps them UNDERSTAND what they need to do to see results. Our plans also creates a space where they feel CONFIDENT about what they’re doing and the changes they’re making in their lifestyle☺️ within just a few weeks, they start seeing physical results they weren’t even expecting in such a short time. But what’s even better, they start making mindset shifts that guarantee they will be able to sustain this lifestyle and reach their goals👌🏼 DM me if you’re ready to be one of these girls😉.
PS: finally got to try @greenstreetcafe
this weekend. What do you think? Did I eat all that? 🍳🥞🥓