Weight Loss: The Beginner's Guide to Losing Weight
So you've decided that you're going to do it. You're sick and tired of being sick and tired and are once and for all hell bent on losing weight. Well, let me be the first to warn you of a very grim fact: Millions have tried before you and most of them have failed miserably at reaching their weight loss and diet goals. Therefore, I've put together a little beginner's guide to help make sure that you are one of the few that actually ends up being successful at this. 1. Get an accurate picture of where you are now Many people just go and hop on a diet or weight loss program without knowing exactly where they are from the start.
This is dangerous because along the way there WILL be numerous times where you will be tempted to simply quit altogether. Without knowing where you started, you won't be able to accurately gauge your progress. Not being able too see that progress put you at an extremely high risk of quitting down the road when the going gets tough. 2. Set specific, realistic goals for your weight loss, and WRITE THEM DOWN.
This is one of the most ill-executed steps in the entire process of losing weight. Most people will passively quote some random amount of weight that they "hope" to lose. - "I need to lose 30 lbs." - "I'm trying to get back down to a size X" - "If I can just fit back into Y, I'll be fine" That is the exact WRONG way to go about your weight loss. All above the above are hopes. Wishes. Desires. And none does a thinner body make.
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