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  • Debbie Baisden

🚀 THIS can skyrocket your progress

Have you ever had someone keep you accountable to your plan?

Let’s talk about ACCOUNTABILITY because a lot of people get it wrong.


It’s a shame because when done RIGHT, it can skyrocket your progress…


And even help you hit goals that you thought were out of your reach!


First: let’s clear up a common misconception.


Accountability is NOT about setting high goals and then beating yourself up for not reaching them.


Instead, it’s about owning your power to make a positive difference in your health and fitness!


Having an accountability plan…


     Helps you stay consistent because you know you’ve got a check-in coming soon

     Keeps you motivated, because the results keep coming when you’re consistent — and we all know there’s nothing more motivating than results!

     Helps you focus on what’s working and what needs adjusting


Here are a few ways to add accountability to your routine:


     Reverse engineer your SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-sensitive) with the actions you need to take to get there — and do it at a pace that fits your schedule, lifestyle, AND your current skill set/fitness level!

     Find an accountability partner. Buddying up with a friend, family member, or coworker who shares similar goals can dramatically increase your likelihood of success. 

     Use an app or fitness tracker. These can help you track your progress and help you set (and meet) benchmarks.

     Keep a journal. Writing (or typing) about your journey does more than help you track your progress. It can help you understand your patterns, motivations, triggers, and successes.


Or, invest in a program like Fit With Deb challenges, ore even one-on-one coaching!


Together, we’ll create a plan that’s realistic, flexible, and — most importantly — effective in helping you achieve your health and fitness goals.


Oh, and of course you will be held accountable every step of the way.


If you’ve never invested in a coach or program before, I know it can feel like a big step.

But think of it this way: you can either spend more time doing what you’ve been doing, OR you can try a new approach that’s proven to work.


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