Updated: Aug 31
Win with yourself.
Their are lots of easy ways to keep yourself accountable and create good habits.
The best are black and white. You either did it or you didn’t.
STEP COUNT/ ACTIVITY LEVEL
You either hit your 10,000 steps or you didn’t.
No ‘I tried’ You either did or you didn’t.
If you didn’t today. Make it up for it tomorrow.
Tracking calories if you’re aiming to change body composition is pretty much essential.
It doesn’t have to be forever but it’s great initially to find out where you’re at so you know WHAT and HOW you need to adjust to reach your goal.
From there we need to keep ourselves accountable to what is going in our bodies.
Not a metric like the other 2 but again it’s black & white. You either did what you said or you didn’t.
Making your bed in a morning. Washing up after tea. All setting the tone fir the rest of the day.
TO BECOME THE PERSON YOU WANT TO BE YOU HAVE TO BUY INTO THAT IDENTITY NOW.
I AM an ACTIVE person.
I hit minimum 10,000 steps every day. I always use the stairs where possible & I never park as close as legally (sometimes not) possible to the shops.
I AM a health seeking person.
By being a person that pays attention to the amount of food that goes into your body each day and thinking about how it will effect us.
Considering if you could could get better value for that 500 calories than a Big Mac.
You become someone that cares about their health.
Winning at small tasks such as making your bed and washing up each day can have a huge impact on how you enter the day and finish.
Even if you make no other progress today your going home to a clean slate.
That’s something an organised person with their shit together would do😂