Motivation To Lose Weight – The Key To Success
Did you know, however, that people who can sustain and increase their inner feeling of self-control in the 4 to
8 week period of a weight loss program are most likely to actually shed pounds?
Did you know that people who develop a feeling of self-control are more likely to shed pounds than people who
rely on pressure groups and tactics?
That 4 to 8 week period is critical. A feeling of self-control is critical.
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Anyway, back to our Motivation to Lose Weight…
But how do we get past that critical period without giving up, and maintain that feeling of self-control?
A personal training who specializes in giving us that special support that is needed to survive the critical
period that separates success from failure in reaching our fat loss goal would help. But most of us can’t afford
that type of help.
So, here are some things that you can do to get through that critical period between success and failure.
These things will help you to stay focused, and remain positive about achieving your weight and fitness goals.
They will help you to develop that feeling of self-control.
Be Honest With Yourself
Ask yourself “Why weight loss is important?” Once you know and believe in the importance of your goal, you will
be more willing to do whatever it takes to achieve it.
Perhaps think in terms of what losing weight will give you in return. What are the benefits of losing weight?
This will help you stay focused on your goal of burning those fat pounds, and improving your health.
Think Of Your Reason In Positive Terms
For example, “I don’t want to die,” is a negative view of the importance of your goal. Instead think, “I want to
live longer and healthier.”
Rather than thinking, “I don’t want to be fat and sedentary,” think instead, “I want to live a more active
Think Of Ten Reasons
You should make a list of 10 reasons why you want to shed those pounds. Remember to think in positive terms.
Frequently, maybe daily, remind yourself of those 10 reasons. This will help you stay focused, especially during
those times that you consider giving up on your goal.
The motivation to lose weight can be difficult to maintain. However, if you fully understand the reasons of why
you want to lose weight, it will be easier for you to stay focused on your goal. If you think of the reasons for
achieving your goal in positive terms, it will be easier for you to continue on your quest.
Constantly remind yourself of those positive reasons to succeed in achieving your goal.
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