But the whole point of WW is to give their customers a sense of accomplishment merely by subscribing to them. That’s why Amber constantly switches between diet plans. She’s chasing that initial high of getting on a new diet.People on weight watchers and similar programs low-key piss me off. You want to better your health and lose weight so badly you will pay a company to do all the work for you and hold your hand, but not do things for free that have the same results: Counting calories, managing carbs or portion sizes, working out.
They want it so bad but are still putting in the bare minimum to do so, and will more than likely blimp back up after they stop paying for it. Fuck your points, put the fork down Amber.
If WW customers lost the weight en masse (no pun intended), WW would go bankrupt. Sure, it’s great for business when some customers lose their weight and can offer testimonial, but they make their money from people who fail and keep trying over and over. People like Amber are their ideal customers. The entire fitness industry is like that. Gyms make the most money from members who never show up but stay subscribed because it gives them a sense of doing something. A sense, not an actual action.