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June 14

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[et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]❓❓How do you deal with an interruption in your health and fitness journey? Does it derail you for weeks? Does it make you feel overwhelmed????? Or, do you take it in stride, and stick to the long-term plan?????

Say your nutrition is bad for 1 whole weekend. Does that completely destroy your mindset about weight loss?
❎Don’t give the interruption that power❎

1 bad meal does not mean you’re off track forever. 1 bad workout, or 1 skipped workout doesn’t mean you’re never going to get your results. ????

That being said… hold yourself accountable✔ to get back up after and get back on track!???? Keep your long-term goals front and center in your mind! ???? Sometimes we have events pop up at work and they change our workout schedule. The key is, we must continually remain flexible and somehow get the workout done. ????

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Michael's mission is to bring clarity those who have fitness goals but lack clarity on how to achieve them. He got certified through the prestigious National Academy of Sports Medicine and is a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Nutrition Coach. He started Raw Fitness 10 years ago and has 15 years of experience of helping thousands of clients to look and feel their best.

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