How to Change Your Mind and Your Body for Powerful Transformation

Effie’s transformation

Effie’s transformation

Losing 20 pounds in a matter of months is no easy task.

You’ve got to be determined, strong-willed, and consistent with a commitment to follow-through.

Yet, in her mid-fifties, my client Effie did just that.

Before working together, before she ever lost a pound, she was mentally prepared.

As her trainer, we both knew the road wouldn’t be easy. But we both committed to stick through it, no matter how tough it became.

See her transformation picture above.

She trusted me with her diet, workouts, and overall guidance.

While I trusted that she had the confidence and physical capability to give her maximum effort.

To see more of our amazing clients’ transformations, visit our 180 Lady Results page.

How to change your mind

When attempting to change your lifestyle, your mind will try to come up with multiple excuses on why you can’t or shouldn’t do it.

Heres just a few I’ve heard from clients, current and potential:


“I’m too out of shape.”

”I’m too old.”

”I will just waste my money and your time trying to get in shape.”

”That works for her. But it won’t work for me.”

”I don’t know what I’m doing.”

”I’m never going to lose weight.”

“I’ll just gain the weight back. I’m not disciplined enough.”

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But those thoughts are the result of what’s called a Fixed Mindset.

Dr. Carol Dweck popularized the term in research of her book Mindset.

“In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort.”

Meaning, no matter what, if you have a fixed mindset, you’ll believe your abilities are fixed.

There is another option however.

It is what’s called the Growth Mindset.

“In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment.”

So, see you do have a choice.

The mind is powerful and holds the key to your transformation.

Effie developed the growth mindset.

Many of the clients I encounter believe that they aren’t capable of change, only to later develop the confidence and strong mindset they’d wished for.

Remember, no excuse is worth more than your health.

But you already know this.

You just need a reminder.

If you’re looking to change your mind, body and soul and are looking for an extra push, we’ve something for you that might help.

Right now, for a limited time, we’re offering a free trial of our gym.

Just click the link above to take advantage of this offer and kick start your amazing lifestyle change.

Will you be the next transformation story?

We hope so!


Brandi Simmons