Discover the lean muscle secrets of Instagram fitness influencers
You don't need to go to the gym every day and kill yourself!
Yes, we said it.
Many people believe that you have to live in the gym to get phenomenal results.
This is complete BS.
Most folks believe that they must train more frequently, train for two hours, do lots of cardio, and eventually, they will succeed.
This idea is like a blind leap into the dark of just hoping and wishing.
First, take a deep breath and relax.
Going from zero to a hundred is not a planned out systemized strategy in fact it's a child-like mentality that leads to you quitting the gym yet again.
This obsessive approach leads to burnout, which always leads to more of the same.
What you need is a new strategy.
Adding more training and more cardio to your current lifestyle, which by the way is already maxed out, leads to complete frustration.
It can not be sustained which always leads to no results.
It's not the quantity of training that leads to successful body composition but rather the quality of your workouts.
If we told you that you can transfigure your miraculous body in as little as thirty-minute sessions and compact your training from 5-6 days a week to 2-3 sessions per week. What would you say and would you believe it?
We and hundreds of people are doing it even in our 40s!
If more training was really better then why not take 3 months off work and train all day every day?
Here is a major clue for you and we hope you don't miss it.
A mentor once said, "We shouldn't be prescribing rigid formulas for frequency. Each client should base his or her training frequency from his or her progress chat."
In other words, a training journal.
If you don't believe it's possible to get marvelous body composition results with as little as 2-3 times a week of 30 minutes workouts then all we ask is to watch coach Troy's webinar on Youtube.
Here is the link just in case you want to hear this rational approach to your training and lifestyle.
All we ask is that you try and listen with an open mind.
Here is the link below
We love you.
Coach Troy & Coach Jasmine