Hey, Sean Flanagan here...
Do you want to lose weight, but struggle to feel motivated to do it?
I don’t blame you.
If you’re like most women, the words “weight loss” immediately conjure up feelings of deprivation and not being able to have your favorite foods.
You feel restricted...and it takes every ounce of willpower to stop yourself from eating ALL the things.
You feel rundown and sore from long workout sessions.
And then after all the suffering...you step on the scale, and what do you see?
All this torture can’t be for nothing...so you get more impatient.
You become MORE upset with your body and mad at yourself.
Until finally, you just say “screw it!”.
You stop killing yourself with hours upon hours each week of cardio.
You start eating whatever you want and how much you want.
You become indifferent about reaching your goals… until you start feeling bad again.
You discover how much weight you’ve gained since your last weight loss attempt.
You notice that routine, daily tasks take more energy and effort than they used to.
And you like what you see in the mirror and photographs less than ever before.
Luckily, there is another way.