It's taken baby steps to adopt healthy habits. Ive come so far. We have eyes to look forward, with that said I don't ever want to go back to how i looked before. That keeps me going, knowing how far I've come.
Whenever I say " I don't want to work out or I don't want to have veggies". I click on motivational sparkpages. This instantly makes me throw on my gym clothes or grab fruit. Knowing that they did it, makes me want to reach my success and be my OWN success story
I broke my plateau by changing everything. Upping my caloric intake one day and lowering it the next day. At the gym, I learned if you increase your incline on the trendmill or cross ramp, you burn 100 more calories. It works!!
Move it! I exercise as much as possible so I can eat more. I go to the gym, but I also walk everywhere I can. Never feeling deprived helps me stay on track!
Do your prep work "I fix the next day's food as I'm making dinner. I'm more likely to pack a nutritious lunch when I have the cutting board and vegetables out already."
* Be a morning person "I've found that a workout is the best reason to get out of bed. I often start exercising at 5 a.m. When I commit to my health that early, I keep making good-for-me choices the whole day
99.8% of overall weight-loss is calorie intake. So remember to monitor your food intake. I have a food journal to keep me focused.
Stay focused on your goals, practice willpower and donít let anyone - not even yourself - tell you that you canít.
I figure you have this one life, and this one body. I have seen people treat their cars and their shoes better than their own bodies.