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Make It That Bit Easier

Make It That Bit Easier

Challenges are a good thing. If you are challenging yourself physically and challenging yourself with sticking to a new routine, you are developing your character as well as your fitness.

This does not mean that you have to squeeze in as many challenges and hardships that you can find to make it as hard as possible.
You should focus on your goal and try and find things that will help you achieve that goal.

If we go back to the example of losing weight as our goal, there are things that we can do to help us along with this.
The first thing you can do is surround yourself with positive encouraging people and people that believe in you.

This can be a very important step that is often overlooked and not identified as a helpful exercise and in some cases without these positive people influencing your choices, you may never even try to reach a goal that you are capable of reaching.

You should also look for support from like-minded people.
Join a weight loss club or gym. You could also join forums on the internet. Places like this will really help as you will be able to relate to other peoples progress, concerns and setbacks.

It is also a good idea to read about other people’s success stories. If these guys can do it then what’s to stop you?
A word of warning here though, if you read too much, you may be tempted to keep chopping and changing from one theory to another without giving the first idea a fair chance to work.

For example, you read about someone that has had great results from being on the “Atkins diet” and you do that for a week before reading another story about someone having great results with an “Intermittent fasting diet” and you give that a go for a week before reading something else you think you want to try.

I’m not a fan of crash diets anyway but you will see what I’m getting at here, get your plan and stick to it for at least six to eight weeks then you might want to tweak it a bit.

“Consistency is the key”