Hey, it’s Donte here! I’m going to discuss the 5 key things that are most essential to mastering fat loss in 12 weeks.
Not to disappoint you but I’m not going to talk about the latest diet fad or tell you about some secret underground training method that is going to magically transform your body.
I’m going to talk about some very fundamental but really important things that are not directly related to training or nutrition per se, but if you overlook any one of these things, your chances of achieving a successful body transformation are slim to none.
I have yet to come across a client that has broken one of these rules and still achieved a successful fat loss transformation.
So here are the 5 secrets to mastering a 12-week fat loss transformation:
- Set A Specific Goal: whether you believe in the law of attraction or not, or the law of resonance to be more accurate, there is something magical about setting a highly specific goal.
- Make Sure This Is What You Truly Want: This point is even more important than the first point. There is no point in setting a specific goal if it is not truly what your heart desires.
- Make Sure The Timing Is Right: This next point is also very important but often overlooked. You might have a true goal that is highly specific but it is very possible that the conditions in your life are not optimal at this point in time to pursue that goal wholeheartedly.
- Master All Other Areas Of Your Life: This point somewhat ties in with the previous point. While it may sound irrelevant, in life, the way you do anything is the way you do everything. It’s like a domino effect. If you slack off in one area, it will inevitably spill over into all other areas of your life.
- Have A Exit Strategy: The final point, which is often overlooked, is having an effective exit strategy. I have seen many clients get amazing results through fat loss, only to slip back to where they were because they didn’t have an exit strategy.
An effective exit strategy involves setting a goal after the goal and having a plan in place ahead of time.
Our brain is always searching for the next goal to pursue.
If there is no goal, we will often sabotage ourselves so that we still have something to pursue.
Your new goal doesn’t necessarily need to relate to fitness, as long as you have something else to pursue after your fat loss goal, and you have a plan in place for how you are going to maintain your results.