Working out, eating healthy, choosing foods with less or no preservatives, all of these are goals or a change in lifestyle. AWESOME. But what are your goals. We can have so many goals in getting healthy and fit we forget to actually set the goal.
I know, of course everyone is not like me, whom should I give thanks for that? Setting a goal to eat right, what does that mean to you? Really what does that mean?, eliminating, including but be specific. If you are unspecific will you achieve your goal.
A lesson I had to learn on my journey, my first goal was to eat right. I begin eating salads, loaded with dressing, eliminated fried foods, particular about my sweet consumption ( I have a sweet tooth). I WAS NOT eating right. I had to learn a salad over sized was not right, the wrong salad dressing and the amount was absurd. Decreasing my sweets intake, no I needed to find recipes to both satisfy my palette, reduce my caloric intake that would not put me to sleep or decrease my energy.
I share sincerely, what are your goals? what I recommend or what has worked for me and hopefully anyone can apply is what will you do to achieve those goals. Working out okay but why, set goals that are true to what you will do. Working out you ask hmm this is a goal. No if you have not chosen the frequency and when you will increase the frequency or the weights how long before you increase your weight, maybe a jog run combination how long before you are jogging without the run?
Working out to look good for an event, To just look good and feel good, to be healthy. Map it out, reach that goal, big or small you can do it. I believe in you.
To a week of success in goal planning and achieving.