Updated: Mar 3, 2020
Our approach to changing our eating habits differ from person to person. Some people can go from their current habits to strict dieting. #Dieting for most people is not sustainable, nor is it a lifestyle change. It’s a short term solution to a long term problem (Except for athletes and competitors). Instead make small changes that will have a permanent impact on your #health and body #transformation.
Need to drink more water. Don’t get overwhelmed with the pressure of drinking a gallon a water a day. Start with one glass of water before each meal. Progress :)
Never worked out before or inconsistent with the #gym. Commit to 2x a week. Try this the first month, the second month move to 3x a week. Progress :)
We are naturally overachievers urging us to make all the changes at once and when we miss one thing we end up giving up. Stop the cycle take one step at a time.
Other things to keep on mind.
Don’t compare yourself to others. Instead Compare yourself to the person you were yesterday.
Literally, every”body” is different. We all have different body types (ecto, meso, endo, hybrid), different metabolic rate, different genes and lifestyles.
Different #goals, require different approaches. Stay focus on “YOUR” end goal.
Keep in mind of your starting point, the stage you currently are in your #fitnessjourney. Do you need to make adjustments to take it to the next level? This goes back to your end goal.
Understand why you are making these changes and create a action plan for the, “HOW” you will reach your end outcome.
Time to take the #courage to take the first step. What change will you start with this week ?