While it’s true that much of your natural shape comes from your genetics, much of the way you store fat and build muscle is within your control.
The look and shape of your body is entirely within your control to change as you wish.
You can take fat off where you want, and you can shape and tone any muscles you want.
Some people will remove the fat from their body and be perfectly happy with the natural shape and tone of their muscles and will not want to, or need to, do any exercising for muscle tone or shape.
Generally, though, most women will find that they want to do more work on certain areas of their bodies.
For example many of our past successful Lifestyle Coaches Clients have lost all the body fat they wanted to lose, and then turned their focus to working on specific muscles to complement their new leaner form.
Many found that they wanted to work on building their butts; others found that once they lost their weight they needed to work on their shoulders and arms citing that they already had strong, firm legs but needed their upper body to come into balance.
Some of them wanted a whole body workout that provides balance, shape, and muscle tone to their entire figure. All of these cases can easily be done with this program.
Overall, the Lifestyle Coaches system is designed to be the simplest approach possible to achieving fat loss while also providing a workout program for developing and shaping muscle in a manner that is specific to a woman's body. We want to simplify the process, not complicate it.
At this time it's worth making a distinction between “simple” and “easy.”
This program just like any other diet or fitness program will have some challenges for you. Some aspects won't necessarily feel “easy” but they will be “simple.”
For example, a push up is a “simple” movement, but it may not necessarily feel “easy”' the first time you try it. Likewise eating a bit less sugar or fat is a 'simple' concept, but it may not feel 'easy' in the moment.
So to be clear, the Lifestyle Coaches System is as “simple” as possible, but sometimes it won’t necessarily feel “easy.”