Fitness is a force multiplier. When you’re dialed in physically, the energy, confidence, and mental edge bleed over into every other area of your life, personally and professionally.
Until it doesn’t.
As an athlete, you get used to having an entire training program designed specifically for you.
You have the coaching and team to hold you accountable and push you outside your comfort zone.
And suddenly, everything changes.
The rug gets pulled out from underneath your feet, and you can quickly find yourself gaining weight, slowing down, and struggling both physically and mentally.
Or you’re not working out as much, so the foods you used to be able to get away with…now set up shop on your hips, thighs, and waist.
Or your joints simply can’t take the pounding they did before, and you have to completely change how you approach fitness.
You no longer have the same energy you did before.
You’re a bit more self-conscious, and it’s compromising how you look, feel and perform. Not just physically but in every area of your life.
As great as it is as an athlete when your identity is stripped from you, you’re left with the mindset, self-awareness, and drive of an athlete, but you don’t have the support, tools, or nutrition and training to meet you at the next phase of your life.
This is the double-edged sword I mentioned.
As your body and lifestyle change, so must your approach to fitness.
Fitness must improve your life–not consume it. As a former athlete, you have to be able to adjust on the fly–just like you would in the middle of a game when you’re down big.
That’s precisely what I’ll show you–how to adjust to training to meet you where you are now and build your best body possible–and give you the tools to sustain it.
What follows may be different from the other internet advice you’ve read. And it may contradict what you’ve been led to believe.
It will challenge you mentally, and if you put it into play, it will challenge you physically–and ultimately help you transform.
So if you’re 100% satisfied with where you are right now, you can click “x” on this guide and do what you have been doing.
However, if you’re not satisfied with the reflection in the mirror or want to continue improving, read on.
I’m going to break down 7 Proven Methods To Get Your Old Body Back.