Borrowing The Body Coach’s Superpower

by Tara Fitness

Have you heard of Joe Wicks — The Body Coach?

If you’re an Aussie and you haven’t heard of Joe… he’s a bit like the UK’s version of Michelle Bridges (although he never did a stint on The Biggest Loser).

Joe & Michelle’s plans are pretty similar — 12 weeks, meal plan, a training plan. Michelle asks you to count calories; Joe recommends you eat mostly low carb, with a higher carb meal after every workout.

Now I don’t coach like this…

If you’ve been following me for a while now, you’ll know I don’t ask my clients to count calories and we definitely don’t carb cycle.

I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with either of these approaches, their programs both work if you follow them. But they both start on a Monday morning with the expectation that you overhaul your nutrition and exercise routine.

This is great if you have the time and energy to dedicate to this change. But when you’re so flat out you’re struggling to eat your own lunch and often end up picking at your toddlers leftovers… there probably isn’t room for a ‘lifestyle overhaul’ on your to-do list.

But there’s one thing I love about The Body Coach’s coaching… his super power if you will…

“Lean in 15!”

Let me explain…

All of Joe’s recipes, whether it’s on his coaching plans or on his social media, can be prepped and cooked in 15 minutes or less.

Most of Joe’s workouts take 15 minutes or less.

Every time you need to think about your nutrition and fitness, you only need to find 15 minutes.

Except the grocery shopping, but let’s not count that.

I know your life is busy. With a family to support, a full-time job, a household to run and a never-ending stream of emergencies, some days 15 minutes is all you can scrape together… and that’s on the days when you’re feeling hyper-motivated.

So, borrow The Body Coach’s superpower and implement this 15-minute rule in all things fitness and nutrition… and watch your success skyrocket.

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