The unfortunate truth you face, as someone who wants to have a body and life you love, is that the industry who offers to help you has a 95% long-term failure rate.

I tend to see the health and fitness industry as a carnival of revolving doors. There’s a Weight Watchers revolving door, a BeachBody revolving door, a Globo Gym revolving door, a CrossFit revolving door, a Dr. Oz revolving door, and so on.

How It Works

Everyone who wants help lines up outside one of these revolving doors practices, reading the brochure that fills them with hope. You enter from the front, you do the work of going round and round inside the system, and you hope to be spit out the back as a lifelong success.

Statistically, this will not happen for you. Statistically, you will be spit right back out the front only to return to the exact same state you started in. If you’re really unlucky, you’ll end up even worse off.

Months or years will go by before you muster up enough motivation to give it another go. At that point, you’ll choose a different brand of revolving door and do it all over again.

Most men and women repeat this process, entering dozens of revolving doors throughout their lifetime, with nothing to show for it.

Now, you might wonder why people keep falling into this repetitive trap. There’s a simple explanation. First, people get results while they’re inside the revolving door. The health and fitness industry is amazing at creating short-term winners. And these short-term results provide hope for lasting change.

The problem is that hope quickly evaporates for 95% of men and women and they quickly move from the short-term winners group to the long-term losers group.

Second, people are attracted to things that are new and fresh and sound appealing. The industry is great at marketing, making promises it can’t keep, and coming up with iterations that lure people who have failed inside one revolving door, to enter another.

Our mission at Rebooted Body is to change the entire industry and put an end to a system that’s failing 95% of those who want and need our help.

There’s nothing inherently wrong with a revolving door, by the way. If 100 people entered the door and 100 people got to the other side in the way they’d hoped, that would be fantastic. It’s only a problem when a hundred people enter and only five make it to the other side. That’s what we’re currently experiencing.

It’s also important to note that not all of the revolving doors are the same. There are four distinct models. By understanding these models, you can avoid the three types of revolving doors that are most likely to lead you to failure while investing your time and energy into the model that has the greatest chance of leading you to success…

Model #1: The “Magic” Model

This model only has one side. You enter from the front, but there’s no back. You can do everything you’re asked to do while you’re inside the revolving door, but the advice and the practice itself is hopeless because it’s all hype. There is zero chance of achieving long-term success.

This model includes things like cleanses, detoxes, special supplements, pharmaceuticals and other magic pills, quick fixes, and sound-good nonsense in pretty packaging.

It’s all based on the idea of having a “magic” transformation. A quick-fix. A body and life you love with little to no work.

Model #2: The “Mainstream” Model

This model definitely has two sides. Unfortunately, the “success” side is a shitty place to end up. The Mainstream Model is the model you will find most often. It’s the model most loved by the mainstream dieting industry. It’s the model that’s full of antagonistic advice: meal plans, crazy fitness outlines, calculators, spreadsheets, and so on. It demands perfection and obsession.

Few people ask, “what happens when I win at dieting?” The answer is simple. You end up with a body you love and a life you hate. It’s a life of obsession. It’s a life where the maintenance is just as chaotic and demanding as the initial achievement.

95% of people get spit right back out the front door while only 5% make it out the back. And of those 5% who make it out the back, most usually become health nazis leveraging an unhealthy level of perfectionism and obsession to maintain their success and who have most of their self-worth wrapped up in their new identify of “health guy/girl.”

A lot of trainers, coaches, gym owners, models, etc. are in the 5% who succeeded through this revolving door model, so be careful. They’re quick to tell you that it’ll work for you because it worked for them, but they’re equally as quick to hide the fact that they’re only superficially successful—they’re not as happy as they appear and if they weren’t working as a professional in the industry they would have fallen apart a long time ago.

Model #3: The “Lifestyle” Model

This model promises a “lifestyle” approach and makes all attempts to live up to the hype. While the “success” side is legit and provides long-term results for some, it’s only effective long-term for people who have a functional relationship with food, body, and Self.

This model is where strategies like abstinence/moralization, moderation, Paleo, Vegan, etc. live. The people who succeed on these models don’t hate their life, by any means. They’re probably not as happy as they otherwise could be, but by all accounts they’re much better off than the people who “succeed” through The Mainstream Model.

So what’s wrong with this model? Well, while you can achieve lasting success if you have a functional relationship with food, body, and Self, it will fail those who have a dysfunctional relationship with those three things.

The success rate of The “Lifestyle” Model is only around 20%. That’s a big improvement on the other models, but it still means that 8 out of 10 people (those who have a dysfunctional relationship with food, body and Self) who enter this model will fail.

This is tragic because those who invest in this model and then fail will believe they are truly helpless. They’ll believe they are broken in some way. After all, if you have all the right information and still can’t be successful, what does that say about you?

Model #4: The Rebooted Body Model

Our model is very different from the others. It understands that having a body *and* life you love is 20% mechanics and 80% psychology. It recognizes that in our modern society, 81% of men and women have a dysfunctional relationship with food, body, and self that cannot be overcome with information, education, and motivation alone.

Sure, having the right information about what to eat, how to move your body, and how to adjust other key lifestyle factors, is all hugely important. But it’s not a golden ticket.

What is the golden ticket? What is the one thing that closes the gap for those who struggle elsewhere? Our model touches on the heart, mind, and soul of the individual by deeply and effectively improving their relationship with food, body, and Self.

The reason The Rebooted Body Model skyrockets the success rate is because it focuses on both mechanics and psychology through two specialized programs. Total Body Reboot addresses the food, fitness, and lifestyle while Decode Your Cravings guides the emotional work.

With this model, when the two programs are combined, we’re seeing graduation and long-term success rates as high as 82% based on self-reporting by clients (whether or not they determine themselves to be successful—achieving the goals they initially set out to achieve and experiencing a profound long-term impact—e.g. “Getting a body and life they love”).

This kind of success is unheard of in the health and fitness industry, but it’s certainly not a surprise to us. When you combine a functional relationship with food, body, and Self with an authentic, amicable process for nourishing the body with food, movement, and self-care habits, it’s a home-run combination.

Plus, since our model is divided into two pieces, it serves people based on their exact needs. If you have a functional relationship with food, body, and Self, but have no idea how to nourish your body with food, movement, and self-care habits, then you can do Total Body Reboot and not worry about Decode Your Cravings.

If you already know how to nourish your body with food, movement, and self-care habits, but you struggle with consistency due to a dysfunctional relationship with food, body, and Self, then you can skip Total Body Reboot and place all of your focus on Decode Your Cravings.

If you’re like most people, though, you’ll need both. And that’s why we offer a complimentary bundle for both programs. If you purchase Decode Your Cravings, we offer you complimentary access to Total Body Reboot! That way, you have everything you need to be successful.

This is a game-changing process that makes a profound lifelong impact in the lives of the men and women who go through it. And because it’s online, we’re touching lives all over the world (currently in over 35 countries).

So, say no to the old revolving door models, it’s time to come through the one that’s recording unprecedented success rates. It’s time to come through the one that will help you not only get, but keep, a body and life you love. 


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