Unlike many people I have always been a really skinny guy.
As you can see in the picture.
The picture below was taken approximately 2-3 years ago. Interestingly enough, and I had already gained some weight from a couple of years back.
I never liked that version of me. I felt like I had a better me hiding under that thin frame.
Throughout the years I had attempted to work out consistently on my own and make the changes I needed to make.
I thought that I could do this on my own.
I couldn’t be more wrong. DEAD WRONG!
Not until I found Jim Lyons of Rebel Muscle to be my personal trainer did I actually start to see results.
Someone shared the picture of thin Teevee over the weekend and my jaw dropped.
I didn’t realize just how much I changed until I saw this picture.
He doesn’t ask me to do long workout and crazy sets. He’s methodical and deliberate with what he has do and our workouts are never longer than an hour.
2 workouts a week.
Consistent workout. Consistent gains.
Simple effective workouts. Rebel workouts as he likes to call it.
Most importantly he’s given me ACCOUNTABILITY!
I have to show up. I have to do my sets. I have to put the in work. There is no cheating the process.
I am the healthiest I have ever been and I am starting to push 40.
Now I look in the mirror and like the person I see. I see a much more confident Teevee. (yes, third person)
Too many of us are looking for the magic blue pill that will allow us to go from beginner to expert.
From broke to rich.
From overweight to skinny. Or as in my case, from skinny to fit.
Unless you are an anomaly, a small percentage of people can accomplish their goals on their own.
We are trying to break old habits or simply learn a new skillset. And without the support of someone that knows their stuff, this really becomes hard.
Don’t give up on your goals. This applies to anything you are trying to do which involves change in your behaviors.
Find an accountability partner. If you can afford it…. find a mentor, coach, or trainer.
Doing this will raise the probability of success through the roof. It did for me.