The Cost of Being Lean

May 8th, 2015 by

Whenever you want to buy something there is going to be a cost.

 
If you want to buy a car, there are numerous options available.

 
– You can by a second-hand, broken-down rusted vehicle to boot around from point A to point B for a few hundred dollars.

 
– You can by a moderately-priced new car for a few tens of thousands.

 
– Or you can by a supercar for over a hundred thousand.

 
The point here is that what you get depends on what you’re willing to pay for.

 
The same it true of physique change. If you want to have a great physique, there is going to be a cost associated with that.

 
That cost may include time, effort, consistency, and often also periods of frustration and sacrifice. There may also be a financial cost in terms of food, gym memberships, coaching, etc.

 
The problem I think is that people often expect a Ferrari for the cost of a Civic. But if you REALLY want a Ferrari, you have to pay the price for the Ferrari.

 
Now don’t get me wrong, it is perfectly fine to drive a Civic if that is what you’re willing to pay for. Not everyone wants to pay (in terms of effort) to have a supercar physique and that is okay if YOU are happy with that.

 
However, if you want the supercar body, you have to count the cost and be willing to pay it.