What are your thoughts on this? So holding my clients accountable to nutrition is key. I was a bit of a pushover when I started.
"Do you have your food journal?"
"No sorry, I forgot it."
"OK, bring it next time."
and the process would just keep repeating. By the end of their training, they are still fat.
Now they know who's boss and most of my clients are pretty good about it but I have one guy who always has crappy restaurant food during lunch at work. He said it was really hard for him because people at work always offer to take him out. So I offered a compromise. I said we'd start w/every other day. So every other day, he's got to make his own healthy lunch and the next day he can go about his usual. We shook on it and I told him that I'd hold him accountable by giving him a hellacious workout if he didn't comply.
Well he didn't comply and I saw him yesterday. Here's what I had him do
in a circuit. We started w/10 reps of each. One minute rest at the bottom and then started the circuit again but @ 11 reps. My plan was to keep going until we hit 20 and then go back down again to 10 but he walked off on me @ 18. LOL.
Either he'll follow his nutrition from now on or he'll no longer be my client. Either way I won't be working w/any slackers...
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