The longer you spend in maintenance, the better your body will respond to a cut.

The longer you spend in maintenance, the better your body will respond to a cut.⁠⁠ 🙌🏻
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Most women spend their lives in a deficit (aka on a diet). ⁠⁠
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They’re always counting calories, tracking steps, and saying ‘no’ to their favorite foods.⁠⁠
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All in the name of losing weight.⁠⁠
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But what if I told you, rather than trying to keep your calories low and your cardio high, what you need to do instead is eat at what we call ‘maintenance’ so that when you are ready to change your body composition or shave off a few pounds, your body will actually RESPOND to your best efforts?⁠⁠
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Would you buy it?⁠⁠
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It takes some of our clients a bit of convincing to start eating more food and exercising less.⁠⁠
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At first, they worry that they’ll gain weight. Sure, some do, but most don’t. In fact, they often see the scale stay the same and some pretty amazing body composition changes take place! ⁠⁠
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You should spend the majority of your life in maintenance if you want to see results when you decide to cut. ⁠⁠
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If you’ve been eating less than you need for too long, we need to talk. Because that low-calorie, high-cardio lifestyle could be damaging your hormones and your metabolism. And that’s something we can fix together.⁠⁠
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Wouldn’t you love to eat more and still lose weight? Skip the gym from time to time and know you won’t wreck your results?⁠⁠
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I know that’s how I like it! If you’d like to experience it too, let me know. We should talk!⁠⁠
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Are you living in a caloric deficit? If so, how long have you been in one? And more importantly, how are you feeling?⁠⁠
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