Want to know what is the strongest thing you can do to lose weight now? This is the first thing you have to do, long before buying a gym membership or diet plan. The first thing is the first, you have to learn the way .
Honest with yourself. To see honestly, without obstacles, see how you live your life. What you eat, how much you eat, what type of exercise you get, and how much. Also, you need to learn how to set weight loss goals correctly.
It is very important for you to assess where you are now.
This is the first thing I asked my previous client I even ask them what their weight loss goals are. For the next few days, write exactly what you eat. Note when you eat, what type of exercise (if any) you get, and even your level of stress and rest. Record the time of day you feel most lethargic and / or stressed.
Having A Points is very important to understand what changes you need to make in your life. Often our past behavior written in front of us makes it look more real to us, and it also gives you the opportunity to take a more objective perspective on what your diet and fitness are like.
Don’t be afraid to plan. Many people fall into their old habits because they are comfortable and comfortable.
See, eating right will not be easy. But it can be easy to set your food preparation time (and even save a ton of money) if you plan ahead. This could mean cooking all your meals for a week on Sunday afternoon. It usually doesn’t take more than 90 minutes, and then you don’t have to worry about bupki for the rest of this week.
Log and Monitor Your Diet and Exercise. This is my favorite tip, and is something that many coaches don’t talk about. (Yes, even some trainers in my home gym. Sighing.) Not only does it take a few minutes per day to renew, but it is also a powerful motivational tool to use at that time when you feel your motivation slumps.
More importantly, you can see exactly where your efforts to pay dividends and where you might need to reevaluate your diet and exercise regimen.
Don’t Wait for the Perfect Day to Start. This is another common problem, and this is not limited to weight loss and fitness goals. Don’t wait for a pair of perfect running shoes. Or for the gym to open tomorrow. Or have an iPod. Do what you can with what you have now.
Ever heard the concept of “imperfect action”? This is the premise that you must take action regardless of whether you consider yourself “ready” or not. Too often I see people talking themselves about living a healthy lifestyle because they need to wait for the perfect day to start. (Ahem – New Year.) The only problem is, because most perfect days are always out of the horizon, somewhere out there but never really comes.