If you are reading this, you are thinking of losing weight and going on a diet. In fact, you may have already started on your diet. In that case, we want to extend our warmest congratulations to you. Please read the resource below to help you stay on your diet. We know that there are many temptations and challenges to staying on your diet. It’s hard enough to start on a diet, it’s darn near impossible for many people to say on the road to better health.
Motivate Yourself With Fit Pictures
Post up pictures of people with perfect bodies on your dresser or desk. These people must be of the same sex as you. One of the most effective ways to reach a goal is to visualize yourself when you have achieved that goal. Having pictures of very fit people reminds you of the body you want to achieve.
Motivate Yourself With Fat Pictures
In addition to the fit pictures above, make sure you keep some pictures of you at your heaviest weight. Don’t put these in your desk drawer. Instead, keep them in a place where you can check them out once a week. These pictures motivate you not to slack off. They tell you not to go back. Also, they tell you that you’ll go back to being overweight if you don’t continue doing what you’re doing.
Remind yourself of the health dangers of obesity
From time to time, collect snippets of reports posted on the Internet about the bad health effects of obesity. Gather information about diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and other obesity-related health conditions. Doing this reminds you that your eating habits now have a profound effect on your long-term health. If you don’t want to lose weight to look and feel good, at least do it to achieve better health.
Surround yourself with supportive friends
Stay away from haters and negative people when you are trying to lose weight. Surround yourself with supporting and positive people who will encourage you. Preferably, surround yourself with people who have struggled with their weight in the past and know how it is to overcome obesity.
Complete 21 day cycles
If you want to lose a bad habit or gain a good habit, you only need to stick with an activity for 21 days straight. Stick to your diet and exercise schedule for 21 days straight to establish your new habit of better nutrition and consistent exercise. You will experience many temptations to quit as you progress through the 21st day. Keep your eyes fixed on the prize and you should be okay.
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