I spent a lot of time in the past Yo-Yo dieting.
-> Gaining weight.
-> Realising I NEED to do something about the weight gain.
-> Jumping on a strict diet and tough cardio routine.
-> Ending up skipping a workout and binge eating after a bad day.
-> Feeling that horrendous guilt afterwards. Knowing that I've 'cheated' on my diet and that I'll NEVER get in shape.
-> Blaming myself, beating myself up "You're such a greedy arsehole. Just stop eating!"
It was a horrendous cycle to be stuck in. Feeling guilty, feeling like a failure, feeling like I'll never get the body that I want or look the way that I want to.
I've always felt A LOT of pressure to look a certain way.
I'm involved in a VERY image conscious industry and still to this day I feel self conscious that I don't have washboard abs or massive pecs like the fitness guys on instagram.
When I was younger I was a bit of a loser. I didn't have many friends and I was TERRIBLE with girls. I had it engrained in my head that if I wanted to change all of that then I had to look like the guys on the TV with 6 packs that ALWAYS got the girls.
INFACT, that's the reason why I got into fitness in the first place.
Because I wanted to be attractive. I wanted people to want me.
And I felt that if I looked a certain way then that would be the answer.
In order to look like that I was going to have to lose weight and get in shape BUT the only problem with that is that I HATE running and I LOVE carbs.
I'd always been taught if you want to lose weight then you need to do cardio and eat chicken and rice. You can NEVER eat pizza.
So I thought that's what I had to do.
Every once in a while I would get super motivated. I'd do loads of 'food prep', making little Tupperware boxes of chicken and broccoli. Bland, boring foods because that's what you had to do.
No pain no gain right?
I'd workout every day, gruelling cardio routines because I thought that was the only way to do things.
Then inevitably I'd give up after about 2-3 weeks because it was totally unsustainable and I was craving pizza and chicken nuggets.
I'd go through this cycle every couple of months for a year or so. Not making any real progress.
Frustrating the hell out of myself.
Feeling so down because I was working so HARD but I wasn't getting anywhere close to my goals yet everyone else seemed to be getting in shape without even trying.
I think it got to like the 7th or 8th time of me doing this before I finally admitted to myself that this was NOT working.
I was at the point where I'd literally do anything to look good.
My confidence was at an all time low. I HATED my body. I'd feel disgusted with myself any time I look in the mirror, wondering how anyone would ever love 'that'!
Then one day, as I was scrolling through Youtube videos, trying to find the next weight loss craze that I could follow, I came across this video explaining 'Flexible dieting'.
Where the guy was talking about how I could lose weight AND STILL eat my favourite foods.
He spoke about how the chicken and broccoli approach to weight loss was outdated and how THIS was the future.
So, I jumped straight in. Learned everything I possibly could about this flexible dieting. I geeked out for a good couple of hours and read everything I could find on it on the internet.
And the next day I had my plan fully laid out and ready to go.
I was fired up right, this is awesome?! I can eat Jelly Babies for breakfast, as much pizza as I want and I'll lose weight?!
It turns out I read into the 'flexible' part of flexible dieting a little bit too much.
I'll tell you now, You CAN'T just eat whatever you want and expect to lose weight.
It's not possible. If only right?hahah
But after alot of practice I refined the process.
I finally found something that I can stick to.
I lost 7Kilos in less than 90 days.
I still ate pizza. I still ate McFlurrys. I still drank beer.
I finally found a weight loss routine that I can stick to AND that actually works!
But most importantly, I found my balance.
I feel incredibly comfortable in my own body now.
I don't feel the need to get a 6 pack to impress people or to try and prove my worth.
I enjoy food without feeling guilty. I like what I see in the mirror and I'm happy in myself.
Going through the above process is what made me want to help other people.
Because I've been there. I've struggled. I know how horrible it is to not feel comfortable in your own skin.
I know how frustrating it can be to be trying SO HARD to get in shape but just not quite be able to do it.
And luckily for you I've compiled EVERYTHING I know and the exact processes that I used to get myself and HUNDREDS of women in to the best shape of their lives WITHOUT having to compromise their lifestyle.
It's available for you right here in this FREE book, All you need to do is click the link below.