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and Never press “pause” on your health and fitness again.

In this guide, you’ll discover how you can keep making progress using the “dial” methodno matter how rough your day, week, or month is going. We cover four key areas while showing you how to implement it on your own, wherever you’d like to improve or create change.

The "pause" button mentality

“I can start working out again, as soon as…

… my work schedule slows down.

… the kids aren’t on summer break.

… the holidays are over.

… we’re done remodeling the kitchen.”

Life is crazy from time to time and it almost seems logical for us to take a “breather” from our health and fitness efforts.

We tell ourselves:

“Life is crazy right now. It’s busy… it’s stressful. I’ll just press ‘pause’ until things slow down and life is less crazy.” 

But the reality is… things never really calm down. At least not forever. Because there is a natural ebb and flow to life.

So here’s what ultimately happens. We get stuck in this perpetual cycle of going all out for our health and fitness until we give up when our life is no longer cool, calm, and collected. Work demands and kids soccer games disrupt our efforts to hit the gym, watch what we eat, and/or get to bed at a reasonable hour.

We end up spinning our wheels, never making any real progress. The truth is: with an all-or-nothing approach, you usually end up with nothing.

But what if it could be different? What if you could keep making progress—regardless of how calm… or crazy your life is?

Say ‘HELLO’ to the dial method.

A simple tool that teaches you how to make small adjustments with your health habits (up or down) based on what’s going on in your life.

Learn how to “always practice something,” instead of viewing things through an “all or nothing” lens. 

We think it’s pretty cool and hope you give it a try.

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