When you repeatedly show up to work late what happens? When you are caught lying to your spouse or partner what happens? When you miss deadlines at school what happens?
What usually happens is a consequence. Consequences mentally deter us from slacking off so why not apply this to the health & fitness realm of our life? Lets put ourselves on a punishment system. We are our toughest critics so perhaps we should try applying that tough love when we become discouraged.
- Plan your daily meals in advance and prep them every start of the week (Sunday) and middle of the week (Wednesday)
- Blend & freeze natural juices for busy workdays. As you work, supply your body
I stopped dreaming of the size I wanted to be and started acting on it! Purchase the size clothing you wish to be!
We don't see the progress right away although the changes are there! Swiping through your album over a 2-3 week time span will make you so proud!
Sharing the journey to the public eye sets the bar higher for yourself. You will feel like you have something to prove and people to inspire so giving up will be a disappointment to you and discouragement to others.
Identify someone that has the body goal you want and refer to the picture weekly. Envision the person as your private mentor and use their motivation, workout techniques, and ideas to fuel your journey!
When you notice that you're becoming inconsistent, WRITE IT DOWN!
Write the unhealthy habits you need to change, write a meal plan, workout plan, and MENTALLY START OVER! The purpose is to acknowledge you're falling off and committing to the lifestyle you started. This is you taking control, not the food and your desires. Writing things down is you self-regulating your journey & reminding yourself to stay focused.
Focus less on the bigger picture and more on details. When you take continuous baby steps you will eventually be miles away from where you started....
1) It’s not just about weight loss. It is not a diet.
The challenge is a lifestyle change that you will grow to love, value, and share with others. The results are impeccable and rewarding to participants that especially have a family history of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, and high intolerance level for stress. Let me explain how step-by-step: