3 T’s to Help Trim Fat

A “Quickie Version” Overview of Our Program.

We are routinely asked to share the “quick version” of what our program is all about. Of course, people ask that because it seems we’re ALL in a hurry … ALL the time these days. The truth of the matter is it’s often difficult to share a quick version for the mere fact that weight issues, metabolism, obesity and weight loss can all be SO complicated. Maybe you have noticed this yourself?

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Comfort Is Not (always) Your Friend!

If you are in Program or follow along with us at all, you surely know that we LOVE to celebrate the victories that our clients experience. Every pound that is dropped matters. It’s always fun when they get an updated computerized body composition analysis that shows positive change and solid momentum. Of course, when they hit their goal weight we absolutely celebrate!

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To Push... Or NOT to Push

One very strong aspect of our program is the SUPPORT model. We are proud to say we typically do quite well with that key aspect. As you might imagine, a support role is a challenging line to walk in any area of health and wellness. It is especially tough in weight loss!

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Say NO to NEGLECT.

The late Jim Rohn has been called “America’s Foremost Business Philosopher”. Of course, this blog is not about “business” or “philosophy” per se. But Mr. Rohn’s teachings and perspectives have undoubtedly influenced the thinking and achievements of mass numbers of people. We would absolutely recommend anybody interested in self-improvement and personal growth soak up as many of his teachings as possible.

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Friend or Frustrator?

Why Weigh Day After Day?

There are clearly different “schools of thought” about the value of the scale as one embarks on a weight loss journey. Some popular programs out there are known to instruct their members to NOT weigh in, to pay NO attention to the scale and to only weigh in when they arrive at their appointments once every few weeks. One phrase often seen or shared says “Ignore the scale and make the process your goal”.

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