Monday, February 16, 2015
Accountability and the Challenge Group
I posted this picture in one of my challenge groups this week. We have over 75 people in the group and only 10 had checked in for workouts that week. 10 out of 75!
That's not good.
Once I posted it several people started checking in (they had forgotten) and several thanked me for calling them out and putting them in their place! You can bet we won't have this problem again.
When I talk to people about fitness, nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle, almost everyone is interested in what I have to say. They want to know how to fit a workout into their busy schedule, what recipes work for a working mom, and how they can easily incorporate healthy choices into their current lifestyle.
Everyone wants to do what is best for their body and their family.
Not everyone wants (or knows how) to be held accountable. People talk about change. People want change. They just don't necessarily want to do anything to make it happen.
That's where the challenge group comes in. It pretty much prevents the excuse. There is no way to have an excuse because everyone in the challenge group works together to make the workout/recipe/healthy choices easy on one another. It's a group of people working toward the same goal. Before now, I didn't realize the magnitude that has on an individual.
It's easy to have goals, but it's not always easy to keep them in sight when things like life hit.
That's why the challenge group is essential. It's what makes my program different from other programs on the market; it's what can almost guarantee success.
If you're interested in participating in a Challenge group, click on contact me above and we will chat about your goals!