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Exercise, Diet and Weight Loss - When Do Your Desires Turn into Lifestyle Habits?


Just one more day I can do this, I told myself in the beginning. When I awoke the next morning, I said it again, "Just one more day I can do this." I knew in my heart that if I kept a one day at a time attitude something had to happen with my body and my mind.

I see so many people quit their exercise and diet programs for the lamest of reasons. And you know when they do it? The day before something happens. (So it seems) You have to give yourself a fighting chance. First of all, your body is not convinced in the first month or so that you are even serious about your health. Based on your past you have a lot of proven to do. It's not until the second and third months that your body decides to take you serious and release some of those fat storages.

So what do you do? You keep on keeping on until you start to miss the feeling that goes along after a good workout. Sure you have a desire to be healthy in the beginning but it has yet to form to be a part of your life. You have to miss it when you don't exercise. Maybe not the pain, but the feeling! This is when your desires turn into habits! I call this, "The point of no return."

Here are a few tips on how to get to the point of no return:

? Have no expectations for at least three months from starting.

? Set initial goals to feel better and have higher energy.

? Don't resent having to exercise.

? Put exercise sessions into your day planner.

? Give yourself no room for excuses.

? Get an accountability partner!

Just one more day, just let me have enough energy for today that's all I ask. I will worry about tomorrow later.

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