The Key Ingredient To Your Weight Loss Success

In my last e-mail to you I spoke to you about what you need to consider when selecting a workout program as you focus on losing your first 10 pounds, and also showed you where you can find all of the workout programs I recommend on the website.

Today even though this e-mail is going to be short and sweet, it will probably be one of the most important messages in this entire e-mail course.

Two words…

STAY CONSISTENT

No matter what happens as you go down this path to reaching your weight loss goal don’t ever give up taking the right actions to help you get what you want!

I don’t care if you have to lose 10, 20, 50 or 100 pounds, the only way you are going to reach your goal is if you stay consistent with eating like I shared with you in the second e-mail, and stay true to your workouts during the week following one of the systems I recommend.

Depending how bad you want it, will depend on how well you stay consistent with taking the right actions to help you create your desired result.

When I first started my Lean Strong Body journey, I was in a space where I was willing to do anything to get the weight off and achieve the body of my dreams. I hated looking in the mirror knowing I could do better, but didn’t know what I should do.

If I never found the right information from the right experts, and if I never did exactly what they shared with me, there is no way on God’s green earth I would have been able to lose the 52 pounds of fat from my body, and take my body fat percentage from 30% to 15%.

All of the foundational information that I learned from them and successfully implemented has been provided for you in this short little e-mail course that you are still subscribed to.

If you really want to reach your goal, do everything you can to stay consistent each and every day.

What helped me the most to continue down the path of success when the times were tough was to change my mindset about how I was eating, and completing each workout.

Each and every time I ate a clean healthy meal, I visualized that as a “check mark” in the plus column, and with every workout I did, I saw that as being one step closer to getting the body of my dreams.

Trust me!

If I can do it, you can do it too!

One of the last pieces of advice I will give you to help you stay consistent with your eating and workouts is to get an accountability partner to check in with during the week to help you monitor your progress.

If you don’t have an accountability partner and need help finding one, be sure to reply to this e-mail and I will see what I can do for you so that you stay on the right track to reaching your goal.

As always I am here for you and really hope you have found these e-mails really helpful up to this point!

All of the other e-mails after this message are going to help support you along your journey to losing 10 pounds or more, and I want to let you know that if you have any questions about any of the content in the e-mails previously or in the future to please reply back with your questions.

I am committed to being here to serve you because I know exactly where you are, where you want to be, and I want to be the person to help you achieve your goals!

Have an awesome rest of the day, and go get ‘em!

Best,
Scott Bradley
LeanStrongBody.com Founder

P.S. If you still haven’t picked up a workout system for you to use, what are you waiting for? You know I have done all the legwork and due diligence to choose the best ones for you, so go to the Recommended Page and pick one up! You won’t be sorry–trust me!

P.P.S. If you want to see my 52-pound weight loss results, and learn about the program I used click here!

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