No matter what the weight loss plan you follow, there will be a time where you ‘fall off the wagon’. What does ‘falling from the wagon’ mean to you? Everyone’s journey is unique so everyone’s answer will be completely different! Could it be one meal? Weekly of bad eating Could it be? A missed session of exercise?
No matter what it is, we can all manage it by heading about any of it the same manner. For me, I think it’s about getting back on the horse straight away! I have times like I’m sure everyone else will where I haven’t eaten as well as I’d like or exercised like I decided, but it doesn’t have to imply the sky is dropping and I cannot recover.
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As I discussed earlier, everyone’s journey is exclusive so we can not all measure ourselves just as. This is especially true regarding what the numbers are on the level and what our ‘ideal’ BMI is. I didn’t used to consider myself as much as i do now and sometimes what the figures on the range tell me, make me want to mind for the fridge straight, so I’ve ended weighing myself as much! I have been doing more exercise lately and my clothes are still continuing to get looser therefore i prefer to use other methods than just the scales to help keep the madness away!
However, some people are very motivated by numbers on the scale! I’ll start exercising next Monday, I’ll start eating better next Monday? Life’s too short waiting for those Monday’s to come, so now I inform myself that it doesn’t matter what time or day it is, just do it!
If you have a meal that’s not on your plan, ensure that the next the first is. If you didn’t finish up doing the exercise you prepared, commit to carrying it out tomorrow. The first key to changing any behaviour is to notice the negative behaviour that is happening. You may think your behaviours are uncontrollable, but there are causes that models them off always.
Be on the lookout for what you see/hear/feel and inform yourself. You are aware of the negative behaviour Once, then you can begin to make some changes. You need to take into account replacing a negative behaviour with an optimistic one, you may go back to your old ways otherwise. What positive and nurturing changes do you want to make?
Now that you are aware and you have began to change your behaviour, you need to apply, practice, practice! It’s quite possible that you’ve been doing the old behavior for years so it is important to keep practising which means you develop new, positive, nurturing behaviours to replace the old ones. Among the key ingredients to reach your goals in anything you do in life, no matter what, is to have persistence. Do you quit when the heading gets a little tough or do you retain arriving and change what needs to be changed in order to be successful?