The fake trainer syndrome we now have in the fitness industry is at epic proportions, but since I'm all about fairness, half the time you're the problem, yes you, client. Half of you don't really want to get in shape, you like the idea of it instead.
You have all kinds of lame excuses as to why you can't, hence this is why fake trainers exist in the first place, because they like the idea of being a legit trainer, but also have all kinds of lame excuses why they're not. You see, it's about accountability from fake trainer and fake client.
Real trainers know this, not only holding themselves to highest level of accountability, but the client as well. Bottom line, you got to do the work, consistently. Trainers have to be on their game, engaging, motivating and always paying attention to their client making sure they stay on the path to success.
The client has to be consistent with the willingness to keep getting up off the mat showing up for the workout to get better, and if they're not, they need to stay with the fake trainer, as they are a match made in heaven. Unfortunately, all of this underachieving is a sign of the times we're in where the standard of average is good enough. Not in my house, not ever. My standard is getting in the best shape of your life or your money back. If that's not good enough for you, stay right where you are, because you're getting exactly what you deserve.
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