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How to Get Started – The ONLY Way It Will Work for You

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Starting LineThere are far too many “How to’s” out there, especially on how you should get started with a nutrition or training routine. The problem is that these “expert recommendations” are far too generalized. What may work for you may be a horrible idea for someone else. Over the last 15 years, I’ve watched thousands of people from all walks of life start their programs. Sadly, I’ve watched the majority revert to their old habits and completely fall off.

However, fantastic news comes from the other group – those that got started, stuck with it and made revolutionary changes in their lives and the lives of those around them. So what is the secret?! Start smaller than you think you should. Let me explain.

Too many good people, with great intentions jump into a nutrition and training program written up by people that have been training and eating a certain way for years. How does that make sense for someone who hasn’t worked out for years or may have never worked out before? It doesn’t.

One of the cornerstones at Body Do Over is that fitness and nutrition shouldenhance your life, not be your life. It may sound like a minor distinction, but sometimes little things lead to monstrous results. That being said, if you’re coming from a place of eating fast food and sitting at your desk, in your car and on a couch, you’ll need to start really small – and that is perfectly OK! In fact, that is the only way you’ll really be able to see this through.

Make 1 or 2 incremental changes a week. For example, most people don’t drink anywhere close to a gallon of water a day. Did I just hear you gasp? That is the response I get from most of our first-time CUT Members on the initial sit down. Maybe the second change will be to get a complex carbohydrate and protein rich breakfast everyday. A lot of the time, this will be more than enough to keep someone brand new to making changes busy. Depending on your level, maybe a few walks around the block will round out the first week. Hopefully, you get the idea.

We are here to help you figure out what early changes can be for you to ensure that you finally make this happen. Congratulations on being here, reading this and making the decision to take control of your life little by little, one small change at a time.

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About John Schaefer

John is a professional personal trainer with a degree in Exercise Science from Florida State University. He has trained and counseled hundreds of people over the last 15 years in fitness and nutrition. Founder of Cut Method, John specializes in changing the way people view fitness and nutrition as a whole to create rapid and lasting results both mentally and physically.

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