What makes Foodtrainers so great is how realistic and doable it is—but sometimes you really want a challenge to give you a reset.
Every year, we conduct three one-week fix programs. For those of you who follow us on social media but don’t end up participating, we wanted to give you a taste of what those Fix Week programs are like.
We’re going to explain why these accelerated weeks make sense, who they make sense for, and some of the secrets that are included. We’ll also talk about why you should consider a reset.
Why should you do a Fix Week?
There are two ways to approach behavior change: making little changes that build up over time or jumping into the deep end. And when you pay for a program and it’s during a condensed amount of time, it forces you to move nutrition further toward the top of your priorities list.
The goal is always to continue these habits long-term, but the nice thing about a challenge is that, even if you fall short, you end up much closer to your ideal than you began. You will always see the biggest benefits from cutting out the kinds of foods that aren’t great for you, but for most of us, that’s not sustainable. But if you can cut them out for a time, you will be able to bring them back into your life in a more intentional and deliberate way.
What makes for a good reset?
A successful reset has a couple of key components:
- Some things that are absolutely off-limits
- Building an encouraging mindset and noting your wins
- Developing rituals
While any diet you do is going to have to remain sustainable in the long-term, these short-term, intense challenges can serve as a way to jumpstart your success and break you out of the rut you’re in.
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