I didn’t want to go on a diet and go to the gym to get fit, I wanted to change my lifestyle which meant that the diet and gym are just part of the equation, as opposed to 2 more things I need to think about. I found out about RNT through my cousin Dhilon and a good friend Suraj, who were both on their journeys. After an Instagram conversation with the RNT team I signed up on midnight 1st Jan 2019.
As a Performance Psychologist my work is all about identifying what are the micro actions and strategies needed to maximise performance. That’s what I love about RNT. There are no gimmicks, no fancy training routines or all juice diets. I didn’t want to eliminate any food groups and I didn’t want to go to the gym and feel like I had 10 rounds with Mike Tyson every time.
I decided to trust the process and not question anything. RNT has been fantastic all the way, being consistent with me and holding me accountable to what I wanted to achieve, even in the darkest moments.
They gave me my food plan and training regime and my job was to implement. Sometimes we overcomplicate things. The biggest battle you will have is not with the food or the training, but with your mind. That is why the most important thing is you identifying your ‘why’. If you want to just lose a few pounds and not be invested in a change of lifestyle then you don’t need RNT. If you want to transform your body, mind and spirit and are prepared to deal with your mind chatter and really change your lifestyle then RNT is for you!
You can listen to Baiju’s RNT journey and transformation on the RNT podcast here.