At times, it is hard to stay motivated. Most of the time, your weight loss goals begin with a bang, but as time goes on, you will notice your motivation wane. What can you do to make yourself as motivated as others you see around you? How do they lose weight and keep it off?
Identifying your goal is the first step in a successful weight loss program. Do you hope to shed those last 10 pounds that have been bugging you, or are you planning on a dramatic, lifestyle changing weight loss? It even helps to write down your reasons for wanting to be thinner. Is it because you want more energy, or because you have a specific goal in mind, like dropping a few dress sizes?
Be sure that you make a note of your weight loss each week. Don’t forget to make a daily list of everything that passes your lips, no matter how big or small. You will have more of a handle of what you consume when you start to keep track of things. In addition, this will give you extra determination to select better food and drinks.
Letting yourself get to the point where you are unbearably hungry is a bad thing! Self control can be non-existent, especially when you are hungry. Decide what you are going to eat in advance and keep snacks with you at all times. Always try to take a packed lunch, if you can. By packing a lunch, you are saving money and avoiding potentially bad choices while at work or school.
It is very important to eat healthy and exercise. Exercising requires restructuring of your schedule; a couple of hours three days a week should be suitable for significant weight loss. If this has been where you have failed in the past, plan instead to incorporate exercise into things you already enjoy. Meeting up with friends for a walk is a great way to socialize and get in some exercise. Hiking is another great way to lose weight. If you love to dance, why not give a dance class a whirl and practice some new steps.
Ditch the junk food if you want to avoid it. You can do this by not buying it or not having it in your presence. If you are surrounded by healthy food, you will most likely eat more healthily.
You should have a support system made up of good friends and family. You are more likely to stick to your plans when someone else is rooting for you. Accountability is important in any long-term weight loss plan, and when you involve a friend or family member, you are more likely to succeed. Call your friends any time you are in need of a little help. They’ll likely know just what to say to get you back on track.
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