You've been working your booty off for the past six months, and you're on the verge of throwing in the towel because so far, you've got nothing—nothing!—to show for your efforts. No progress. None—at least that you can see.
You're convinced you've tried everything under the sun, and you're about to resign yourself to the idea that your body just isn't destined to be in shape. You're genetically cursed to wear a spare tire around your waist forever. And so on.
There are many reasons that could explain why you're not getting where you want to go, some more complex and medical-based than others. But in the vast majority of cases that I've seen, at least one of the following five reasons plays a major part.
Take a good hard look at them—and at your lifestyle—before allowing yourself to think one more discouraging thought.
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