Motivation and Core Beliefs
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Our Core Beliefs
We have distilled the essence of our philosophy to Five Core Beliefs we believe you need to adopt in order to succeed in your quest for fitness.
- Long-term success occurs when one develops self-reliance rather than prolonged dependence. Unless we are successful at producing self-sufficient individuals who are mastering these skills, we will never reach our goal of helping people achieve their fitness goals.
- The Catalyst for Motivation is Recognizable Change. Motivation changes the mind's willingness to proceed. It creates hope, optimism, and inner-strength. For us, results equal physical improvement (change).
- It takes at least one year to establish a new metabolic set point: the body's natural equilibrium shape and weight. Your body remembers. After losing fat, your body will attempt to replace it for a while. The more you allow old behavior to resurface, the more diligently your body will work to return the lost fat. A year of "clean-living" will reset the system.
- Lasting fat loss requires implementing 5 strategies
- Food Strategy Maintain a constant blood sugar level and maximize a calorie deficit
- Cardiovascular Strategy Mastering heart rate specific training
- Strength Training Strategy In order to be lasting, change must focus on increasing lean muscle mass
- Hydration Strategy Proper daily hydration is very important
- Dietary Supplementation Complementing your food intake with proper dietary supplementation will allow you to get more out of your workout program
- Individuals who participate in the two-on-one (Buddy) system of training, have consistently produced superior results to those in one-on-one training. Observation suggest some of the reasons for this are the enjoyment of a partner's support, the empathy of one who shares a goal, and the spirit of positive competitive forces.