Message from Fiona

Fiona Maguire - Went from a size 12 to an 8

Fiona Maguire – Went from a size 12 to an 8

Fiona was well chuffed after I sent the email about her on Sat

Here’s what she replied

“For me, reverse logic worked.

I decided what I didn’t want and how I didn’t want to feel.

All the things you mentioned are what I was and didn’t want.”

Let me jump in here to remind you what Fiona didn’t want

She didn’t want to be a slave to the scales anymore

She didn’t want to feel guilty for eating nice foods anymore

She didn’t want to be terrified of what might happen is she ate something,

Something perceived as bad or fattening

“…When you know what you don’t want, the rest falls into place.

It works for every aspect of life.

Once you start seeing progress then that motivates you to keep going”

But this progress has to be progress you really believe you can continue

Progress can be losing 10lbs in 2 weeks

But if you do it by cutting out every carb known to man

Or starving yourself on 600cals a day

Then you know you ain’t gonna be able to keep that progress going

So decide, once and for all what you don’t want to struggle with anymore

And you’ll be well on your way to making wiser changes

Speaking of wise

The 3 wise men brought gifts for baby Jesus didn’t they

So if you can bring a gift to SF Fitness next Sat 5th December

There’s gonna be a very grateful kid having a better Christmas this year

All because of you

Register here:

https://sffitness.wufoo.eu/forms/sf-fitness-toy-appeal/

John ‘wise man’ O’C

P.S.  600 cals a day, apparently that’s what a famous Irish author just did to lose a bunch of weight

More on this tomorrow…

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About the author

John O'Connell is the Owner of SF Fitness Personal Fitness Centre in Rathfarnham. He's a 2 time international best selling author, has appeared on numerous TV programmes on RTE and TV3 and was named World Fitness Elite Trainer of the Year 2013.
John was also a member of the rehabilitation staff for the Heineken Cup winning Leinster squad of 2009. And he worked with the New Zealand All Blacks in 2004.

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