“The Seinfeld Strategy” is same exact method Jerry Seinfeld used to pump out non-stop content for his TV show and for his stand-up acts. 

Here’s what’s really cool …

We can use this same strategy to stay consistent with Your fitness and nutrition … ESPECIALLY through the holiday season!

How it works:

  1. Get a calendar or create a spreadsheet – something you can post on your wall. The bigger the better. 
  2. Every day you work out, draw a big red X over the day
  3. After a few days, you’ll see a nice looking chain starting to build … a chain that gets longer and longer every day!
  4. Your goal: DON’T BREAK THE CHAIN!

The key is to set yourself up for success. 

Aiming for a 90-minute workout, 7 days/week isn’t going to be realistic for most people. 

But you know what is? 

MOVING your body and getting your heart rate up for at least 20 minutes. 

So, are you up for the challenge? 

Step #1: What’s the action you want to commit to EVERY day for the rest of the year? 

Step #2: What’s the minimum threshold for being able to draw that “X” on your calendar? 

Step #3: Do it every day! 

If something happens and you miss a day, note how many days you kept up your streak. Then start back ASAP to beat your old streak. 

This is a POWERFUL way to help build consistency – especially during the time of year when our self-care sometimes takes a back seat. 

Comment below if you’re up for the challenge.

Make it an amazing day,

Lyonel Lumarque

PS: Accountability is EVERYTHING when it comes to reaching your goals. Having a support system in place means you’re not in it alone – and that someone is there to help you every step of the way. 

That’s just ONE of the reasons we’ve helped so many people succeed. If you’re ready for more, let’s talk. Click on the following link to book a quick 15 minute call:…


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