So many of us want to lose weight, and yet one of the outstanding questions we have to come to terms with is how best to do this?
The fact is, most people already know what to do to lose weight.
It’s losing the weight and keeping it off that is the greater challenge. It’s that discipline and consistency over time that ultimately makes the big difference.
What we really want is to get to a place where the struggle with food- and as a result, of course, our weight- is not so strong and not so constant.
We want to be at what we call “The Point of No Return."
What is “The Point of No Return”? This is actually a place you can get to where:
➢ You know exactly what to do to lose weight, and there is no struggle anymore to do it.
➢ You can comfortably live at your ideal weight without the constant anxiety of falling off track and starting over again at square one.
➢ You can gain a bit of weight because of the holidays or a vacation, but know you can get back to your ideal weight without any sense of helplessness or fear.
➢ Your relationship to food and exercise is relaxed and comfortable rather than an ongoing struggle or chore.
➢ You enjoy food, but don’t obsess about it
➢ You enjoy a happy, balanced life where you’re in control of your emotions and food choices rather than them being in control of you
If this sounds at all appealing, then please check out the new PEERtrainer Coaching Program that is specifically designed to get you well past “The Point of No Return”: www.peertrainer.com/coaching