Slow & steady has proved to keep me moving forward, not focusing on a bad day, but on my goal, to be healthy..I've lost 35lbs so far, by the slow and steady mentality..I just don't feel like I'm on a diet or that I'm starving..I eat in the mid range of my calories and never give up on my exercise.
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Dieting is a life style change. The easiest option is to take it one day a time. Each time you make a decision, think about it. Do you really want to eat that or drink that? Think how hard some things are to work off. THINK then act. One step at time.
Slow and steady wins the race =}
When I run, I lose my breath quickly and have to stop to walk often. Now, I have slowed down so that I can keep going, no matter what. My mantra has become, "It's not the speed; it's the completion of the task." I even used this to finish a 10 K, although at a snail's pace.311
Slow and steady has not allowed me to WIN any races, but it has allowed me to FINISH a few.
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