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Below is a common client/trainer conversation:

Client:  “I know exactly what to do so why am I still not in shape?”

Me:  “If you’re active and knowledgeable about health and fitness, you’re probably just missing one or two crucial pieces.”

Client: “But what?  I already workout a lot and eat well, and still have this layer of fat around my stomach. What do you think I should do?”

Me:  “If you are consistent, then the one thing you’re missing is being accountable.”

Accountability is the acknowledgment of responsibility for your actions with the obligation to report, explain, and be responsible for the resulting consequences.

“In fact, accountability is more important than personal motivation for this simple reason: You can know exactly what to do and you can even do it—exercise, eat good food, get eight hours of sleep—and still end up struggling.”

“Consistency is key but accountability is the thing that turns everything around.”

Bottom line . . . You must commit differently by becoming accountable to at least one other person. Let me be your nutritional accountability partner. The time is now!”

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