Team BeachBody recently came out with a new nutrition program for people who have challenges with their mindset around food. That means it is pretty much for all of us …
2B Mindset is an all new program designed to teach us all to have a better mindset about food and eating. 2B actually stands for two bunnies – a little funny, but it’s actually 2 bunny ears – four key points to keep in mind when working to have a great mindset about food and nutrition.
The key points are as follows:
1) Measure – this means weighing in every day.
2) Track – write down what you are eating and drinking.
3) Water first. Before eating or drinking anything, drink A LOT of water.
4) Veggies Most. For each of your meals and snacks, eat mostly veggies.
It’s that simple. Do those things and get to and maintain a healthy weight. No exercise required – but you will probably want to – and anything you can do to breathe and sweat is extra credit with #2BMindset
Hey Everyone – I’m Joe Kennedy, Minister of Health and Fitness and Founder of the Be More Tribe. I’m really pumped up today and have some news for you!
As a little background, Scottie Hobbs is is one of the most successful male online fitness coaches for Team BeachBody. He has built a great team, trained a lot of people and helped many people get in better shape. He has also made A LOT of money.
Scottie Hobbs is one of the reasons that I decided to go all-in as a Team BeachBody Coach. I’ve watched a lot of his videos. Today I watched one where he told his viewers that he quit P90X – the program that initially introduced him to BeachBody and helped him lose A LOT of weight.
He said that after doing different workouts every day in the 80 Day Obsession program, he just wasn’t into P90X and it’s 12 different workouts. So apparently so time in the last week or so, he decided to quit P90x and go back to 80 Day Obsession. One of the things that I like best about BeachBody is that there are so many different workouts and nutrition programs, that there is literally something for everyone. I don’t think it’s a bad thing to start on one and then change to another. People change – and so do their needs and desires. Scottie Hobbs has had great success with both programs – as have thousands of others. I’m sure he’ll have continued success with 80 day obsession and wish him the best.
That said, I don’t think it will be as likely that he’ll reach his stated goal to be in the best shape of his life in 12 months. After all, it’s got to be just a little easier doing 30 minute workouts each day in 80 Day Obsession, than the 60 minute workouts in P90X ….. And that’s alright, but it’s exactly the reason that I’ve chosen to rock P90X.
I’m starting a new Challenge Group on June 1st – and I’d like YOU to be in it! Whether you decide to rock P90X with me, take on 80 Day Obsession, choose another BeachBody workout program, or simply want to work with the new 2B Mindset nutrition program, I would love to be your coach and accountability partner. Many coaches simply rely on Facebook groups for their accountability groups – and we’ll have that too – but I will also ask each participant to check in with me daily so I know how they are doing and when I need to push, congratulate or back off.
If you are interested in achieving better health and fitness, this is a great opportunity to start – and I would be thrilled to be able to help you along your journey. Please contact me – and I’ll get you all signed up and ready to go!
My wife Stacia and I had a conversation the other day about connecting with people who are just like me. I pointed out the obvious: there is nobody just like me. After thinking about it, I realized that almost everybody probably wants to be unique – but crap, just look at me … lol
Yesterday was supposed to be the start of the first ever “Challenge Group” that I was putting together for my new online fitness coaching business. I did a terrible of promoting it, recruiting for it, preparing for it – I just did a terrible job. Very few people showed any interest – and they are all already involved in the business. I felt like I had to cancel – and did.