Yesterday my girl Diana Filo talked about why she loves coaching, and her reasons are the same as mine
My own accountability with fitness
My one accountability with nutrition
The women I meet/work with. The women who lift each other up.
Discounts on products I love.
Overall feeling better mind, body, spirit!
♀️There are some days when I still can't believe I decided to say yes to coaching.
♀️There are still days that I post a sweaty selfie and I think "seriously Amy."
♀️There are still some days I make and drink my shake and think "I can't believe this really makes a difference.
And as I sit here right now, there are days when I feel like a hypocrite because I always said I'd never be one of "those" people.
So if you see my sweaty selfie or ANOTHER flex roll by your feed and you roll your eyes, I get it.
If you see a motivational post and think, "ugh another one," I get that too.
If you see a post and think, there is no way someone can be that happy, I get it.
I get all those things because I WAS that person. I was that person who rolled their eyes, scrolled QUICKLY by coachy things, said no, ignored messages, put my walls up. Here's what I hope you know about me. I would have kept saying no and rolling my eyes if I hadn't met someone who I trusted and knew, who was a coach. I would have kept saying no if I hadn't tried a program and had results in my own life. I would have kept saying no if I hadn't decided I wanted to change more than I wanted to stay the same. The reason I said yes, and I keep saying yes, is because these programs have worked and continue to work for me. They have worked for my husband. They continue to work for countless others who have decided to give it a try. It has given me a community of positivity and a tribe of people who inspire me to be my best every day.
♀️I'll be over here doing my thing and if you scroll by, that's ok. If you see a post and it stops and makes you think "that sounds like me" I'll be here if/when you are ready.