Start Over AGAIN

We give up on living a healthy lifestyle so quickly!

Sometimes I feel like self-sabotage is all a part of our plan, searching for any excuse to give up. Forgoing the thing or things we want the most but then realizing how much effort it will take to reach them. Then doubt drowns our souls, leaving us mentally at the lowest point of our life.

I work with women that are on the hunt to reclaim their life. Losing weight is a massive part of getting your mojo back! Notice I didn’t say working out. Even though it is a large part of losing weight but not the only factor. 

Eating clean is the KEY! 

You can work out until your knees give out, but if you are still eating junk, then your body will not change!

Every Sunday, I give my clients a list of exercises I want them to complete for the week. I base it on their fit test and focus on the areas that need improvement. My list will make your eyes pop out of your head, especially if you aren’t aware of how strong you are. I design it this way because I want my clients to simultaneously build muscle and lose fat.

But many of my clients are SABOTEURS!

Many are quick to give in to temptation and consume calories upon calories. Making the scale slowly creep back up to that horrid number signifies an unhealthy zone. Which ultimately… leaves a crippling feeling.


Throwing in the towel isn’t an option. If you have failed 1000 times, then you should feel more motivated than ever to make this moment WORK. Giving in to temptation is common, and believe it or not, that’s okay.

Just start over again.

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


35 Replies to “Start Over AGAIN”

  1. it is so easy. I think the trick – at least for me – is a habit, but a habit with friends. For almost 26 years every Wednesday at 6PM, and Sundays at 830, I know where I’m going to be, meeting with a group to go for a run..and some times, actually way too often it seems we run for an excuse to get together for coffee or beer and wings afterwards…which sometimes takes up more time than the actual run…..but that leads to other things, we’ve added swimming, biking….and lots of social times….having the fortitude to do this stuff solo sometimes can be hard..I do it, but whenever I fall off the wagon, it’s friends that bring me back…

    1. Warren this is great example of what ya gong with the right people can do for you! The motivation of friends is so nice. I wish everyone could Experience that.

  2. Like you said, “Throwing in the towel isn’t an option.” Just regroup and try again. Set your pace for yourself, but don’t give up! 🏃🏽‍♀️🚶🏽‍♀️🏃🏽‍♀️ Great motivational reminder Belladonna!!! 😊💖🥰

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