I have found that setting goals not only yields results (as in accomplishing the obvious), but it boosts my self-confidence, and helps me think through my words and actions before following through. There is much satisfaction in completing goals!
In the end, I am more likely to do the right thing, including eating and exercising, and how I interact with others, rather than follow old, destructive habits and end up with a load of stress.
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The next time you find yourself craving a chocolate bar, go for your walking workout instead. A study found that when regular chocoholics didnąt indulge for three days, but took a 15-minute walk instead, their desire for chocolate subsided by 12 percent, while those who didnąt walk had more intense urges.
Exercise creates the same mood boosters that chocolate can, minus the calories!
"You are one workout away from a good mood"... SO TRUE!
It works almost every time! A good intense workout is the best mood booster! Especially sprints! But I love my heavy weight lifting too! A good high intensity morning workout is the recipe for a good mood for the day!
The following link under more information has suggestions for when your energy begins to fade. I would check with doctor first before taking vitamin, mineral, or other supplements...but they have good nutritional boosters and a few yoga breathing tips for increasing oxygen, et cetra!
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