It’s confusing, isn’t it?
Diet can be tricky with regards to losing weight, but then comes exercise.
And you know you have to do it. If you think you can lose weight without exercise, you are deluding yourself!
The question is, which plan?
You watch videos… no help!
You read about it… you may as well try to read the Egyptian hieroglyphics.
And yet, without exercise, you know you are going to lose.
Lose the drive, lose the body, and especially, lose this battle.
And this is a battle you want to win, not lose!
Losing is simply not an option.
So you are stuck. Confused. Annoyed. And probably hungry!
You need to choose an exercise plan, but which one…
Too much exercise, and you will start hurting. You may cause injury, and you will give up.
Too little, and there isn’t much weight loss to measure. What was the point in even starting?
And yet, you know, exercise is important. You cannot seriously try to lose those pounds, without taking up exercise.
You tried to avoid it. You tried to stick to a diet, to a decent amount of sleep. Heck, you’ve even tried hypnosis.
Yet, exercise remains the key that unlocks the door to the body that you can only dream off. And you are desperate to force that door open!
And you want it to open now!
But the ultimate question is, what do you do?
That’s one of the biggest issues with exercise programs. Too much information, not enough direction.
Annoying though it is to say, but it does boil down to what you need. (Sorry to be vague).
Everybody is different. That is to say, every, ‘body’ is different. And as a result, what works for someone, won’t always work for you.
Regardless of your commitment to losing weight in terms of the food you eat, exercise will be an essential part of your weight loss program.
But all is not lost…
Consider the tips below for maintaining motivation and maximizing your potential, starting with the fact that you can try changing your exercise routine four times a year.
Keep track of your exercise routine change times with any calendar, in order to give yourself a clear idea of start and stop dates for a particular exercise routine.
Recording your weight.
Put simply, incorporate the use of a symbol such as a checkmark for the days during the exercise period that you actually exercise. Record your weight during the four times during the year to keep track of your weight loss goals.
If you are still not satisfied with your weight loss results at the end of a particular three-month period, firstly determine whether you missed more days of exercise during that period of time than you typically miss during a specific three-month period.