Does fitting into a size smaller dress you bought at a bargain price, motivate you to work out? How about challenging co-works to the biggest weight loser? Whatever you use to push yourself, we all still need positive encouragement to stay focused on our goals. If you don’t have a reliable workout partner to drag your butt to the gym, you can use other strategies to keep you centered.
Create a workout playlist with upbeat music. I listen to Workout-Dance/Pop created by Natasha Hussein. Listening to music while changing can jump-start your warm up. You’ll be dancing to the beats, pumping yourself up for a great workout ahead. Also burning calories before you start your workout routine. Visualize wearing that smaller size dress, strutting your stuff as admirable compliments flow. Picture a healthier you while imagining how great you’re going to look as you drop those extra pounds. You can even use a role model to help with transitioning to a healthier you. Whom do you admire most? Post a picture somewhere where you can look daily to remind you why won’t give up until you see results.
Stay far away from negative people while you’re focusing on an improved exterior. They can have a toxic effect on your interior and cause you to lose track of what’s really important. Which is self-gratification. Hey, I don’t write these blog posts for nothing. Use this blog as a tool, knowing I’m here with you struggling in the same life battles. We can be each others support system. We can do it!