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25 Ways You Could Get Back on Track Today

Don't Give Up on Your Goals!


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    "Even five minutes is better than nothing." Thanks for that reminder, Nicole!!
  • I've kept my nutrition on track but need to work on activity. Hitting the gym today.
  • Great article. It gave wonderful pointers on how to stay on track.

  • Great article! I have been back on track for 53 days now, I'm doing really great with the meal planning, I even got my self through the holidays with no problems. I am far worse at staying motivated to exercise, especially with this frigid weather.
  • #14 is a great idea. I always check the nutritional information before I head out. There is usually always a nutritional meal at most any restaurant. Plan ahead!
  • MSARIES007
    This is what I needed to get back on track
  • Thank you, Love this
  • Thank you needed this today really !!!!!
  • Perfectly timed- I'm "back on track" starting this week, and am still at te warm-up stage, but am already feeling better (psychologically, it's amazing what knowing you're making progress does for the self-image!). Thankfully, it is summer, and most of my eercise at this point is of necessity (weekdeating, push mowing the yard, gardening) but it's a great way to get back on track. Thanks for the motivational article!! Mental readiness is a big part of this!
  • I wish some of these articles could be written by chronically depressed people who still managed to be successful with weight loss. Tips from people like that would be helpful.
  • 2METOO
    When you are in physical pain it is hard to get motivated. Just like the make up to get rid of the wrinkles, they are still there. Get some 60+ year olds to do some slow exercises or Sitercises
    I already know these ideas, but it's very good to read them again when you need help.
  • thankyou for these tips just as I was starting to go backwards. its not easy when you miss a week and you start thinking bad about it. Now I am going to get up and start again well done.
  • These are good tips. However, I seem to be getting confused about many of the articles. You say "5 minutes are better than nothing". Yet, in another article relating to hard truths about exercise, you say that if you're not doing high intensity cardio for about an hour, then you're doing nothing and you're wimping out. Now what am I supposed to believe? You can't have it both ways. Either we exercise for however much we can and get the results slower, or we have to push ourselves to the very boundary to achieve one hour of high intensity cardio. A little clarification, please. I'm very, very confused.
  • Great list - short, simple tips. Timely!

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