Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I have a healthy lifestyle?” and searched for tips and tricks online but still feel lost? If your answer is yes, then you have come to the right place. Aaron Nimmo, a world-famous fitness influencer, coach, and mentor, has a definite response to your inquiry and knows all too well that everyone can have a healthy lifestyle.
According to Aaron, first, you would have to change your mindset. Decide that you are done with dieting and setting unrealistic short-term goals, and you are ready to commit to a lifestyle change. Afterward, you need to find the essential things to achieve the results you want without compromising too much. For Aaron’s clients, this might look like having the flexibility to enjoy the foods they love while still having the accountability and structure to see progress every week.
There’s no way to outwork a bad diet. No matter how much you exercise or how crazy your detox is, you won’t reach your goal if you continue with your bad habits concerning personal nutrition. Even if you put in the effort, you will not see progress if you have unstructured nutrition, wherein you will consequently find yourself frustrated.
Take note that nutrition is 90% of the results with any fitness goal. If you master your nutrition, you will surely see your desired outcomes. The common misconception of being fit and healthy is settling for bland and even disgusting food. But, in reality, you can retain your favorite meals as long as it fits your macros.
For those of you who have had terrible experiences with dieting, Aaron has a secret for you that will change your perception of nutrition forever. Working with thousands of people worldwide over the years and having been part of their transformation, he has concluded that everyone falls short of their goals for the same three reasons. Many people have failed because of their lack of structure with nutrition, lack of accountability with nutrition, and lack of flexibility with nutrition.
Having a healthy lifestyle is all about balance. With the clients Aaron has worked with, specifically, busy professionals, he gives them the liberty to have two cheat meals per week that range from 800 to 1000 calories. The remaining window for food intake is structured for rapid fat loss. As for exercising, you should block non-negotiable periods within the day that are solely dedicated to your workouts. That way, you get to hold yourself accountable for such endeavors and other activities you plan to have.
Remember that it all starts with taking care of the person looking back at you in the mirror. Prioritizing flexibility will allow you to overcome the disruptive mindset that tells you to adhere to unsustainable practices in your fitness journey. If you want a healthy lifestyle, you have to learn how to balance the feasible structure that will give you results and the flexibility to create sustainability.
Nimmo works with clients online in one-on-one and group sessions and creates nutrition and workout programs. Every single person who works with him gets access to one-on-one sessions with a support coach. If you want to begin your transformational journey with Aaron Nimmo, you can reach him through Instagram and LinkedIn.