Did you know according to a Harvard study only 3% of people achieve their long term goals and only 8% of people keep their new year resolutions? Let's be honest about something here...
Change is challenging and very few people actually follow through with their decisions to become a better, healthier and happier version of themselves. Consistently making the wrong choices when it comes to diet, lifestyle factors, sleep and physical activity is becoming a serious problem.
Most people know that big portions, bad food, alcohol and not exercising is not good for them, yet they continue to indulge in these bad habits or they chase quick fixes that don’t last for more than a few weeks.
Despite the fact that we now have access to more information than ever thanks to the internet on how to solve our problems and doctors telling people what to do, there is a growing health epidemic that is desperate for a real solution and here's why you should consider taking action.
❌ Diabetes is up by 65% in the UK and 80% of sufferers are on medication for life leading to damage of internal organs, loss of 'mojo' and doubling the risk of a heart attack.
❌ Over 90,000 people per year die from a heart attack, in fact visceral fat between the organs is a hidden risk releasing toxins in the body even if you aren't seriously overweight.
❌ As you get older, it get's harder and harder to lose weight due to diminishing male hormones and loss of muscle mass, so if you are concerned about increasing weight, it could be time for a change.
As you can see, it's important to value your health and not put off the decision to change because the most important person in your life is you, not your job, finances or anything else for that matter.
If you want to live a long life free of chronic disease, see your kids grow up and have energy to enjoy them, perform better at work, in your relationships and in life then the time is now.
The problem is most Dads fall into 3 mind-sets, are you one of them?
1) You make a plan to start, but keeping saying "I'll start tomorrow" and weeks, months and years go by whilst your waistline increases, becoming fearful of stepping on the scales.
2) You make a start, but then give up due to life getting busy, hitting a plateau or losing motivation due to lack of results, left feeling frustrated and unhappy. This also commonly happens when using unsustainable, FAD type diets.
3) You lose weight initially but then get comfortable and take your foot off the gas because nobody is holding you accountable to your actions and you haven't made a real commitment to your goals.
If anyone understands, it's me (pictured below). After my life fell apart and I gained more than 10 KG due to living an unhealthy lifestyle, I decided to take action and by documenting my process over 90 days, I created a system that's helped 100's of Dads get back to their prime (there is a LOT of proof below).