Here’s a stat:

If you go on a diet you have a 95% chance of failing.

Let that sink in.

95% chance of failing.

Let me ask you this…

If you had to invest your life savings but knew you had a 95% chance of your investment failing, would you still do it?

Didn’t think so.

it is crucial for you to understand that by blindly dieting, you’re not setting yourself up to succeed.

You may succeed being able to lose weight.

You may struggle being able to keep it off.

Here’s something else that you need to know:

The more times someone yo-yo diets throughout their lifetime directly correlates with how much fat they will gain when they get older.

Do you know someone who’s been struggling to lose body fat?

The more often they lose 10lbs then regain them, the more likely their body will not let them drop body fat in the future.

 Share that with them.

I can’t stress this enough:

The bigger the deficit you create by increasing exercise and decreasing calories all at the same time, all at once, the worse off you’ll feel come December 2020.

Remember, that is an investment plan that has a 95% chance of failing.

Instead, let’s create a long-term lifestyle plan with substantial return on investment.