Evaluate your current fitness level and set a bench mark to work towards. Knowing where you are starting from will help you set goals and measure progress.
Set a distance or number of steps as a workout goal rather than a time. That way, you’re more likely to move faster.
Make some short-term goals. One of the most important things to keep yourself motivated is to set some short-term goals for yourself. They keep you excited. Your short-term goals could be doing a half-marathon or a marathon. It could be doing a triathlon. It could be running a 10km race. It could be hiking a …
Monitoring your weight daily keeps your mind on your health and prevents weight denial!
Don’t lose sight of your long term goals for instant gratification. The golden arches may give you instant satisfaction but they also postpone your goal.
Don’t fall for the latest fad you will not have sustainable results without good old-fashioned hard work and healthy eating. But, the good news is you can do it!
It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change. Don’t go drastic, make changes you can stick with for life.
Make a dream collage, paste in pictures of things you can do when you reach your goals it will help keep you motivated.
Support is key to sticking with a program find yourself a workout buddy, or find a support group it will help hold you accountable.
Try to eat all your meals prior to 7:00 p.m. this will help you sleep better and give your body time to burn those calories before bed.