What It Takes
Ultra Clean Eating
Critical Calorie Counting.
That’s what it’s going to take, right?
Losing weight will take consistency and patience. Willpower and determination are key for long-term successful weight loss, and that is an extreme concept to most.
We believe that fast, hard and long is the way to achieve our weight loss goals. Following an efficient, effective and sustainable program seems extreme.
We believe that a missed workout means “start again” and any deviation from an eating “regimen” elicits guilt and signals failure. Planning rest days, eating well and eating often is perceived as extreme by many. The thought of taking a year or more to achieve ultimate health and substantial weight loss is just unimaginable for us.
Eighty percent of people who begin an exercise program will quit. That percentage is unnecessary and unacceptable, but it’s no surprise when you think about it. We buy into lies, set unrealistic expectations and fail. We expect to lose weight, feel great, stay healthy, and change our lives with a 90-day program that starts at 100 MPH. With no gas. And no rest stops. When we burn out, stall or crash we blame ourselves for not going hard enough and long enough. It’s just crazy!
It Takes More
Long-term, effective, sustainable weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is the “hard exercise” that you need to tackle. When you practice and perfect behavior change, self-efficacy strategies and self-management strategies, you will be miles ahead of any quick weight loss scheme.
Go Beyond Extreme
This time, go beyond extreme. Build the life and physique you want by focusing on consistent, long-term effort and performance goals. This time, adopt a moderate mentality, patience and learn to accept and adapt to the peaks and valleys of a healthy lifestyle.
This time, succeed! (Now, that is extreme).
It’s time to stop dieting and start living the life you want, don’t you think? Get a good plan and make it your own. My program is called the Karen Pilote Program because it’s all about me. It’s time to put your name on your plan and set it into action for an extreme duration. Make it for life!
The Action Plan
A good place to start: The Action Plan