Getting in shape is hard, and staying that way is a daily decision and a lifelong commitment. I can guarantee that once you start your fitness journey, there will be days when you feel like quitting, because you aren’t “seeing” any results. When you’re at the gym, there will be sets that you don’t feel like finishing. There will be plenty of days you will have to drag yourself out of bed to go to the gym , when all you want to do is catch that extra 15 minutes of sleep. The way to winning these daily battles isn’t just by hiring a Personal Trainer or following the latest diet trend. It’s your inner drive that takes you deeper than the “how” of losing weight or bodybuilding. Change can take years “before it all happens at once “. Which is why I used one of my Clients transformation pictures as an illustration of the process of consistency. Fitness is not just about looking good and developing muscles, but the mental stamina as well. From my experience as a Personal Trainer the clients that reach the most success are the ones who’s fitness goals are so important to them, that no matter how they feel or whatever the conditions are they’re willing to stick with their training routines. Breakthrough moments are often the result of many previous positive actions, which builds up the potential required to unleash a major change.