Take the Option Off the Table

Take the Option Off the Table

People often ask me: “How can I become more consistent with exercise and eating right?”

And I think a lot of times my answer surprises people.
Wanna know what it is?


That’s my answer.
And it’s insanely simple.
Because truthfully, if you want to start exercising more and eating well, all it comes down to is making the decision to do so then following through with action.

When we get pulled away from it, it’s because we allow ourselves to be…
We give into temptation and cravings.
We allow others to influence our decisions.
We justify skipping workouts and making the wrong dinner choice.

This is commonplace. I’ve personally gone through a combination of all of the above. I’m sure you have too.

But the next time it strikes you that maybe you’re not where you want to be, own that every part of it comes down to making the decision to do things differently.

Getting support and accountability in the process is one of the most powerful game changers.

And that’s exactly what I do with my clients. We can meet virtually very simply even now during this time of quarantine!
If you’re ready to make a different decision and you know having serious accountability would help you stick with it, hit reply and let me know. We’ll set up a no pressure time to chat about what that would look like.

Here’s to making powerful decisions and holding strong to them!

If you are interested in learning more about Full Circle Coaching, call/text us at 786-586-6057 today or better yet, click this link: http://www.scheduleyou.in/5ZIsVaU to schedule your FREE Breakthrough Session. This is a complimentary 30 minute session to ask me anything about triathlon, health and wellness or holistic lifestyle/ nutrition.

Erinne Guthrie is a USA Triathlon Level II Certified Coach since 1999 and Chief Motivating Officer at Full Circle Coaching, LLC since 2010. She has been training, racing and coaching triathletes since 1997.  She is also a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach Level 3, USMS Master’s Swim Coach, Motivational Speaker, Metabolic Efficiency Specialist, Mom and much much more.


  • Jesse Jimenez Posted April 6, 2020 2:28 pm

    Another great blog. And I just so happen am trying too fine tune my nutrition right now. I have as you know made some pretty good progress. I am maintaining a 173- 177 weight and getting steadily more fit. I really feel as if I were at 163-165 that would be overall better for me on the run and bike and just over all. After the last 10 mile run I weighed in at 171 and then by today I was 176. I’ve seen 168 a couple times recently. Just need a little help to hit the right numbers and stay on them. Hence the nutrition session deal. Maybe you can crack the code for me, I am struggling a little here.

  • fullcircle Posted April 6, 2020 2:36 pm

    Of course Jesse, that’s my specialty. Need that food log and we can tweak to help your body become more metabolically efficient with timing the foods correctly as well as improving quality of nutrient density. You have come so far though- please acknowledge yourself for all the great work you are doing. We will get there soon!

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