Before internet and before social media, before you could get anything you want in less than an hour delivered to your door, many people set up the the same expectations regarding fitness results.
Basically asking for this: “want transformation like this, won’t work more than a week for it, and if progress is dissatisfactory let’s just give up”.
What the heck is going on?
You think “giving up” will make it easier?
Where’s that miracle cure you’re looking for that you’re throwing in the towel for?
Why do you keep on looking for secret formulas when you’d waste much less time had you stopped dreaming, stopped complaining and installed some dedication?
You can’t negotiate away the key component of bodybuilding, patience! It’s not your lack of “proper genetics”, it’s not lack of ability, it’s not lack of intelligence. Nope, it’s what we’ve conditioned ourselves to assume is reasonable and realistic.
Would it be realistic for a newbie MMA fighter to think he’ll be ready to fight in the UFC in a month? Of course not! Going up against those with decades of hard work while you just enrolled in an online fight club and “pass the octagon test multiple question test”??
No! I know this post will piss off those who belong to the entitlement generation but you know what? That’s ok. Sometimes getting upset means there’s something to it.
Tori Riegler, previous winner, lost 24lbs and now considers herself a fit person!"
Andrea Chan, previous winner, totally transformed herself and now feels beautiful!"
Martina Kodrun from Slovenia, previous winner, gave it her all and became a super athlete!"