How to achieve your weight loss goals?
Goal setting is important but acting on it is critical
If you keep
making resolutions but do nothing after that, you are not
alone. Millions of people do that each year, write them down,
and even announce it to their friends and family. After an
initial burst of energy, it's all forgotten. Fitness Expert
David Berger offers the following tips from his Number One Me
Get out of
your chair right now! Get up. Do something for yourself at
this very moment. Stretch out, take a walk, do some easy
your scale! Focus on performance, health and well-being
goals--not a number on the scale. Focus each day on performing
exercises (calisthenics, walking, jogging, etc.) and on
what this performance is leading to (feeling better, fitting
in to clothing, buying smaller clothes) and not a variable
number on the scale.
Eat smaller meals throughout the day and set other
nutritional goals, such as eating more fiber and
Believe you can do
this! Write down what you are thinking right now about the
challenges you will face in achieving your fitness goals. Are
you already making
excuses? By becoming aware of negative thoughts, you can
change them into
athletes are not the norm. The average
American woman is 5'4" tall, and weighs 152 pounds; the
average man is 5'9" and weighs 180 pounds. Set realistic goals
and strive to reach your own personal best.
you want! Discover what you really want and need to do to
achieve your better health results. Ask yourself the following
- What are you doing now in terns of
your health and well-being and what do you want to do?
- What is the first step you must take
to reach your goals?
- What are the obstacles?
- How will you overcome the obstacles?
chips! It is too difficult to make progress if you keep
putting up self imposed barriers.
Removing all junky snack foods (sweets, cookies,
chips, etc.) from the house is one of the easiest ways
for you to stay on track.
accountable! Create an exercise and nutrition calendar. Track
exactly what you do and eat each day. Where you are
today matters little; what matters the most is the direction
you are now moving. This will also help to build your personal
integrity (a key value in any successful endeavor!)
forward! Establish a progression of exercises. Never do the
same exercise all of the time. The same warm-up, the same
exercises with the same resistance, for the same repetitions,
for the same amount of time will lead to boredom and no
progress! Consistent efforts lead to consistent results!
in every achievement! As you move forward, take time to reward
yourself for achieving goals and reaching even small
milestones (progress is made each day!). Set specific rewards,
such as going out to a
movie, but never reward yourself by stepping away from
your exercise or
to achieve your goals
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