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95% of people who start a fitness program in January have quit by the time this interview has gone live. Why?
That’s exactly what we’re going to dive in to in this episode. More importantly, we’re going to give you very actionable steps so that you don’t become a statistic.
Jack Wheeler is a personal trainer, and owner of 360 Fitness in Red Deer, Sherwood Park and soon to be open in Calgary, Alberta. He’s also a mentor and a friend; someone I work with quite closely on business together. He’s passionate about what he does, and is here to share his passion with you
We talk about:
- The mistakes most people make when setting goals, and what to do instead
- The difference between looking in shape and being in shape
- How you can change your self-limiting beliefs, even if you’ve ‘failed’ over and over again in the past
- A simple exercise to diminish your excuses for not taking care of yourself
Connect with Jack online:
www.360fitness.ca and www.360fitness.ca/cookbook
I learned a lot from the interview, I hope you do as well. I put together a “Finding your Why” worksheet to help you get started. It’s the same worksheet we use in our Whole You Transformation Program, and not your typical goal setting worksheet!
I’ve also just started the Fit & Vibrant Life Community! This is the group if you’re ready to ditch the diet, reclaim your health and get the body and kick ass life you want (and deserve!) I’m here to help you!
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