IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING STRONGER AND FITTER, YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO
CHANGE YOUR LIFESTYLE
Starting and stopping is a pattern that needs to end.
People throw cliches around that make becoming fit and strong seem easy: "CONSISTENCY IS KEY," or "MAKE EXERCISE A PART OF YOUR DAILY ROUTINE."
These statements have validity but are missing the tip you can act on. If you want to be consistent to become stronger or develop a lasting routine to become fitter, you must learn how to change your exercise habits.
THE JOURNEY YOU NEED TO TAKE IS NOT COMPLICATED, BUT IT WILL TAKE EFFORT.
TO TURN YOUR FITNESS DREAMS INTO REALITY, IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT YOU HAVE QUALITY SUPPORT AND A PERSON WHO KNOWS HOW TO CHANGE YOUR EXERCISE BEHAVIORS.
I'm a former elite athlete turned lifestyle change coach.
For too long, I've watched people approach health and fitness in ways that don't work. Every day I watch "fitness experts" promote ineffective methods that inspire people but result in nothing changing long-term.
That doesn't mean there is no solution. There is a proven way to create lasting changes that will make a meaningful difference in your weight, health, fitness, and life.
It requires using evidence to adopt the fitness behaviors that matter; I can teach you to achieve that.
"More information, more motivation, and more positive thinking are not the solutions to your problem. To become fit and strong, you must set, achieve, and reinforce your goals each and every day.
Jeremy Toler, MD
"I immediately felt at ease with Diarmuid. I never felt judged or chastised for my choices. Diarmuid never once discussed sketchy diet regimens or exercise theories. I have seen a noticeable change in my weight, having lost 50 pounds over the last year. I am in such a better position now after working with Diarmuid. Exercise is a permanent fixture in my life. I am more automatic with my calorie maintenance, and I see that food can be enjoyable and healthy simultaneously. I anticipate continuing to work with Diarmuid for as long as possible to evolve persistently."