A Nutrition Challenge Isn’t The Answer
It makes sense; kick off the new year with a nutrition challenge. In fact, a good majority of our member are launching a challenge next week. It will be a great way to kickstart everyone’s journey to health.
But, a challenge is not the long-term solution.
Anyone can lose weight over the course of 30 days. The real question is, what happens after the challenge is over? If you don’t talk about nutrition after the challenge is over or there isn’t a support system in place, then your success rate will go down tremendously.
There is a reason why less than 20% of people who lose weight are able to keep it off. People who are successful with long-term weight loss are doing something different than the typical diet that promotes a restrictive mindset and an end date. They have a support system and accountability program long after the initial weight loss is over.
Challenges help people see initial great results, but after the challenge ends, there needs to be a significant support system in place to maintain and continue optimizing results. This is how the HSN Consulting program came to be at NOVA.
Our January challenge isn’t a one-time nutrition challenge separate from our full program because we know the importance of having a long-term solution for nutrition. Yes, we could make a killing selling a nutrition challenge, over and again, but that’s not the point.
You need support long after the challenge is over.
We are use this challenge as Phase I. After the challenge is over, participants graduate onto Phase II and nutrition accountability with even more specificity comes into the mix. We continually test and re-test your biometrics while tweaking your meal plans to work with your goals.
If you don’t include nutrition in your wellness plan, you aren’t going to see results half good. We’ve all heard the saying, “You can’t out train a bad diet”.
Last month was a great time to dial in their nutrition. This month is the next best time.
Are you ready to start seeing serious results?