Summer is officially here.
Did you make a change to get ready? Or are you stuck where you started?
Either way, you should evaluate your last 10 weeks, see what went well, and what you can work on. Always be assessing, instead of guilting or mindlessly celebrating.
Did you get in better shape? Conquer a new habit? Figure out how you got there and keep running with it. Just like brushing your teeth was once a chore, new habits may not seem automated quite yet.
Did you not end up where you wanted to be? Don’t beat yourself up, but rather evaluate what you did, and what you can work on.
The last thing you need to is add guilt and stress to a new habit you are working on.
Just like eating one carrot doesn’t make you a healthy person, eating once piece of pie doesn’t make you a terrible, fat, worthless, person – it makes you human.
Keep working on habits, keep refocussing on your goals, and keep working. Nothing happens overnight, in 6 weeks, or even in 12 weeks – the things that stick happen over years of hard work, learning, and self discovery.
In a nutshell, here is what you should focus on so create a sustainable, healthy, life:
- Figure out your WHY, and always remind yourself.
- Set goals, and break them down into smaller goals.
- Get enough protein per day (.8-1gram/pound) – fill the rest in with mostly veggies and fruits.
- Don’t think that you need to eat plain, boring food – play with flavors
- Stay hydrated more then you think, dont go nuts on the weekend, and track progress
- Figure out short cuts to save time on calorie counting – memorize portions, listen to your body.
- Recover quickly from weekend/holiday benders – get right back to normal ASAP
- Plateaus happen, learn how to get over them – or see if its actually a fat loss plateau.
- Realize that you can still make healthy choices, even at fast food joints, cookouts, etc – ONLY YOU are in charge of what you choose to eat.
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Stay healthy my friends,