PRLog - Aug. 19, 2009 - NORTHPORT, Ala. -- Tuscaloosa, AL--With more than two thirds of the American population being overweight or obese, the battle of the bulge continues to escalate. We live in a society that worships beauty and physical perfection. The disturbing irony is that over 8 million Americans, mostly women, struggle with eating disorders.
Tuscaloosa boot camp instructor, Jeremy Fails, believes many Americans have borderline disordered eating. Borderline disordered eating simply means that someone exhibits symptoms of eating disorders—such as excessive dieting or occasional binge eating—but this behavior doesn’t disrupt their ability to function in day-to-day living.
Many people are painfully familiar with this vicious cycle—following a strict diet and exercise program with moderate to sometimes good results, but [ultimately]
Why is this happening? Why do so many get stuck on this demoralizing roller coaster ride?
Fails says, “People are focused entirely on the outer game—the diet or fitness programs—instead of the inner game—their beliefs and mindset… the drivers behind they’re decision to diet and exercise. Habitual dieters continually regain their weight as a direct result of their negative self-image and self-beliefs as they step into the diet or exercise program.”
“They may lose some or even all of the weight they set out to lose, but at a core level, believe they don’t deserve to be thin or that they’re not capable of maintaining their desired weight. This stems from old, deeply-ingrained programming and beliefs that they’re somehow ‘unworthy’
Fails continues, “Unless you pinpoint and pull your negative self-beliefs out at their roots, the ‘yo-yo’ dieting cycle will continue indefinitely, or until you give up trying altogether. When asked point blank if they believe they’re worthy of or deserve to be physically fit and attractive, most people respond with an unequivocal ‘Yes!’ They ‘know’ they deserve it at the thinking level.”
“But most of our core beliefs about ourselves, particularly the negative ones, reside in the subconscious mind, not in the conscious or thinking mind. And because this is the case, most of us are completely unaware of the self-limiting and self-sabotaging beliefs we’re operating through.”
“We end up undermining, if not completely blocking our successful results. Long-term success is entirely dependent upon a self-supportive mindset and beliefs, and a healthy body image before the weight is lost.”
Fails has integrated powerful belief and mindset training from Self Empowerment Coach, Mary Anne Fisher, into his own newly-enhanced Women’s Fitness Camps. In addition to his popular fat-burning workouts, Fails program now includes a health and fitness training manual that shows camp members the right way to shop for food, plan meals, choose healthy meals when dining out and more. Campers will also receive complete “done-for-
Fisher’s Self Empowerment:
Fisher states, “Humans are multi-faceted beings with certain common, core ‘components’
Fails and Fisher are offering some of their best training and most valuable information free of charge to kick off the upcoming launch of Tuscaloosa Women’s Fitness Camp Program.
To claim your own copies of this life-changing material, visit our website at http://WomensFitCamp.com.
For more information about the upcoming Women’s Fitness Camp Program , visit http://WomensFitCamp.com. You can contact Jeremy Fails at firstname.lastname@example.org
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