How often are we searching and really craving to feel truly confident and happy from within? We are often the first to demoralize ourselves and put ourselves down. We are always searching for the next best diet and seeking the “magic formula” to get the results you so longingly want.
The truth is, there is no magic formula… it’s all about being patient, putting in the work, giving yourself time and being kind to yourself.
If we want to maintain fat loss shouldn’t we be doing it in a way that is easily to adhere to and a way that you will actually enjoy the process. If you don’t enjoy what you are doing how on earth will you stick to this long enough to see any true progress long term?
I am honestly so sick of hearing people participating in challenges that require elimination of certain foods in order to get the results? Or better yet, they are put on very low calories that will inevitably get them results quickly, but internally how will they feel? How long can they keep the weight they lost off?
Where has our patience gone? It’s like we are all participating in the race of life.
If we do want results to last long term we just need to really take a step back and simplify everything.
Here are some factors we should be considering:
🍌🏄🏻♀️Calories in vs calories out- eat less food then what your body burns.
🍕🥗🌮🍝Eating food that you enjoy so you never feel like you are missing out. Personally, I eat aiming to hit my macros which allows me to eat all the foods that makes me happy- crumpets, cacao spread, pasta, pizza, sweet potato chips- I LOVE CARBS. HOWEVER, I monitor the amount that I have. It’s all about PORTION CONTROL.
🤸♂️🧘♀️Move your body- They do say that 70% of people who lose weight and keep it off regularly train.
💻📱Be accountable to someone-All of my clients send me through their weekly check in and through this they know they have that accountability to someone that can make a world of difference.
✔️TRANSPARENT- be honest and transparent with your food tracking. If your going to track you need to make sure you are doing it properly. Eating chocolate and then purposely not tracking it is where people often go wrong.