People are motivated by different means.
For some, the benefits are enough to keep them on track:
- healthier digestive system
- sleeping better
- fat loss
- stress relief
But others are better motivated at the thought of LOSING something:
- weight gain
- feeling sluggish
- skin break outs
The thought of LOSING MONEY is a massive motivator to keep things on track (my private health fund needs urgent attention). So I've got a way to keep your health & fitness motivation while also supporting the Make a Wish Foundation!
How do we create a win / win?...
Happy Off-Season Ladies and Gentlemen!
It's time to put the chocolate down and start 2016 fresh :)
Motivation (or lack thereof) is the most common hindrance to almost every client through the door here - some say lack of time, but let's face it, if you're motivated, you'll make anything work.
I was reading an interesting book talking about psychology and motivation and there's a bloody good point we're putting in to practice this year.
You see, if you're a 'competitive' person, it will help you stay motivated - particularly in a group setting like our bootcamps.
The 'problem' is, we don't have any ego or competitive oriented people. All of you come because you like the social aspect of Bounce, and it's a hell of a lot cheaper than Personal Training. Whereas the weightlifting club I'm at, we certainly enjoy the social and 'club vibe, but we stay for the competitions.
So for you, we're flipping the script on how to keep you on track!!!