Conventional wisdom has always told us that it takes 21 days for a new habit to stick. However, new research shows that it typically takes a lot longer than that to make a new habit. On average, it takes 66 days to form a habit, but even that can vary between people. Some people only need 18 days, while others need about 254 days.
The problem for many people trying to start their own healthy habits is that they don't have the support they need. Many of my friends struggle finding enough healthy recipes for two weeks, let alone finding enough recipes for over two months. There's no reason this needs to be a challenge though! The spring and summer are filled with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, and plenty of warm weather for being active. All you need is a little guidance to get started.
Looking to jump-start your body, mind, and spirit for a successful Spring & Summer 2015? The TransFit packages will provide you a healthy, all-inclusive approach to help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Each package requires a three-month commitment, in order to best help you meet the time and accountability necessary to form healthy habits. Make the committment today to stay motivated to reach your goals this year! I would love to help YOU get started or stay on track to make 2015 your best year yet!
COMMIT to Your Health Package:
- Three 25 minute consultations (once a month) with body composition & measurements
- TransFit Advanced Fitness Guide Binder
- 4 weeks healthy meal plans & recipes
- 3 month exercise plan
- 2015 Spring/Summer goal sheet
- Accountability chart
- Once a week at home check-ins and motivation via email
- Weekly phone & email support
- $95 per month
ADVANCE Your Fitness Package:
- All of the above
- 8 at home workouts per month (2 per week)
- $115 per month
MAXIMIZE Your Fitness Package:
- All of the above
- 2 Transformer in studio sessions
- $215 per month
Interested in being transformed? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. I am looking forward to helping you reach your goals!
Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. Ecclesiastes 4: 9-10