The phrase “eating is cheating” is something teenagers say to themselves when they start to drink. (At least they do in Australia)
And strangely, it’s also what grown women say to themselves when they decide it’s time to get in shape.
But they don’t say it directly.
Instead, they do it by doing diets like
Some fancy, technical terms but all share the same meaning:
Eating is cheating.
But what if they’re wrong?
What if you could actually eat the food you enjoy?
What if you didn’t actually have to cut off sugar or carbs
or any food groups to get in amazing shape?
What if the discipline you are religiously adhering to
didn’t have to be miserable and sabotaging?
Because if you’re seeking elite body composition - this is a requirement.
Your body is a machine – it’s a smart vehicle.
It needs fuel to move.
And your fuel, is that food.
Ironically, the more you restrict yourself from eating,
the more body fat your body is storing.
Because your body is smart.
It knows when it’s deprived of energy.
So what happens is:
When you don’t consume enough calories and nutrients for an extended period of time,
your body goes into survival mode.
It will store as much fat from the food you eat to keep its system running.
To get energy.
If your body is your vehicle, how can you get to where you want to be
if it doesn’t have enough fuel to move forwards?
It’s one of the big areas we help our clients in the Sports Model Project.
It’s a process of transformation and personal mastery.
And by that process, we mean
→ access to high-level resources and tools and lifelong principles around training, nutrition and mindset
→ guidance from our expert coaches and the support of a community of resourceful, powerful women
So you can not only achieve physical transformation but also mental, emotional, and spiritual growth.
Would you like help with that?
The SMP Coaching Team