The SIMPLE SECRET to succeeding with Macros.

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We have published thousands of blog posts, videos, and emails, but it all comes down to this simple (not to be confused with easy) tip.  CONSISTENCY.  That’s it. 

If you can’t consistently implement your nutrition plan, whatever it may be, it will not work.  An inability to consistently implement macros long term could be an indication that you’re not getting enough. Read more about that HERE.

Our clients have been able to have high levels of success because we quantify consistency. Our program takes these BIG picture concepts and breaks them down into DAILY actionable steps that support the big picture long term.  Stay Fit Mom Coach Kristi wrote a blog post that explains this concept in detail called, Are you as consistent with your Macros as you think you are?

In the post, Coach Kristi gently reminds us that even when we are only 70% consistent with our nutrition, we still want 100% of the yields.  We want the body composition and scale change that comes with HIGH Consistency. 

The next time you are feeling frustrated by your progress, consider quitting or determine that what you are doing is not working, be honest with yourself and audit your consistency.

How to Audit Your Consistency With Macros:

Count how many days you hit your macros within range in the last 4 weeks.  Divide that number by 28. Now you have your % of Consistency for the last 4 weeks.  

How does your consistency measure up with your expectations?

The good news is that if you don’t like your consistency percentage you have COMPLETE CONTROL over it.  Unlike the scale, you CAN CONTROL your consistency.  

Stop what you’re doing and set a goal for your consistency percentage for the next 4 weeks RIGHT NOW.  

Let’s do this!​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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