Maybe you’ve felt this way: it’s only a matter of time before someone bursts through the door shouting “fake!”
Then, they’ll have you hauled off to jail as a fraud…or ejected into space as an imposter:
Well, feeling like a phony is a real thing and we’ve found it to be fairly common amongst our coaching clients.
Luckily, we’ve learned a few strategies for overcoming “imposter syndrome,” especially on how it relates to fitness. Today, we’ll share our tips and tricks with you too.
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Here’s what we’ll cover today:
Let’s jump right in!
What is Imposter Syndrome?
Imposter syndrome exists when a person doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments, despite external evidence of their competence.
Those who suffer from imposter syndrome feel as though they do not deserve all that they have achieved, and instead incorrectly attribute their success to a combination of luck and deceit.
There is also generally a persistent fear of being seen as a “fraud,” that someone, somewhere, will uncover them for what they truly are.
That’s imposter syndrome.
If you’ve ever felt like you…