9 weeks isn't a crazy amount of time. This person got about 35 workouts in that time with these results in those 9 weeks. They hadn't been working out and we had to start slow and iron out some imbalances before we could start going harder. They ate to much at times and to little at others. They also kept trying, kept improving and are really hitting their stride now. I'm excited to post a comparison in another 3 months showing how much further they've come at that point!
They did this all with limited time while working 3 jobs.
You don't need a crazy amount of equipment to get started and see results! You can see how much more upright they're already and while only about 2lbs lighter they've dropped SEVERAL inches!
(They also didn't think I'd seriously use a picture of Saweetie to cover their face. But I'm a man of my word)
EDIT: I've since updated this post to include the following month and with their permission I was able to uncover their face.
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There will generally always be chaos and you'll probably have some fire to put out somewhere. Things will almost never be optimal. But if you continue to do what you can you'll be surprised at how far that can take you.
Have you said any of these?
1. I just don't know if now is the right time.
Well, when IS the right time to feel better and improve your health ? Perhaps during a pandemic?
2. Once I get through this week things will be better.
Sometimes this can be true, maybe it's a finals week, you're moving, or some hit the fan but if it's just a blip on the map that's no big deal. Otherwise most people say this and then repeat it...indefinitely.
3. Tomorrow/next week I'll start.
The future can't be "magical" if you don't choose to make changes.
4. I can only be all or nothing.
Something will ALWAYS be better then nothing. Again, nothings usually perfect hence the pictures I posted with this. But I've learned a lot the past couple months with a nasty wrist sprain that I'm still battling. It's not optimal, but it IS better then nothing and if I hadn't shown up I couldn't have learned those things .
The reason almost anyone makes progress with anything is they don't just show up on the good days. But everyday anyone can show up, IS a good day
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