Is it a diet or is it nutritional intake awareness? Is this a life style change?
Yes and yes but there is a difference. A diet is temporary, looking for body change for a specific event. You do look at your nutritional intake, omit meals (not healthy), avoid carbohydrates (there are good and bad), exercise beyond your normal. Again yes, the outcome is fabulous, females looking beautiful, shapely, firm men just as handsome all types of muscles present. But….what happens when the event or season is over? Yeah I thought so back to normal and those carbs taste even better you do what? um hmm over indulge.
How about a “Life Change”? No this does not mean a lot of money. I am saying this because prior to my journey and years of unhealthy eating I needed a life style change. No more binging, purging and all those unhealthy habits. I am talking about eating healthy daily, for a consistent, loving your self and your body change.
Does a life change mean no more carbs ever? Of course not. Does it mean you must return to everyday for the rest of your life working out like you are insane, hell no. It does mean eating in moderation, carbs,(mostly healthy) but really some times we need that slice of cake, pie (not the entire or half ). As well as sometimes one roll is not enough but let’s not eat the whole package and not everyday do we need it.
Workouts are the same find a gym, a program as my favorite a “beachbody”
I love that I am able to workout on my time following a schedule to workout muscles, tone, stretch without waiting and on a fatigue day I can use the moderator.
To everyone reading this blog or just past and share let’s make it a “Life Change” not just a temporary “diet” change. To a week or day of decision to get it right. Much love.
How often do you work out? How much time are you spending on your workouts? Are you really applying yourself? Do you like your results? Have you set a goal?
I asked these questions because goal setting is very important. When I began my workout journey my goal was To Be just healthy. I am now able to share that I had many years of anorexia, bulimia and laxative abuse. My goal was to overcome this. I was actually able to hide this for many years from so many family and friends but not from myself.
Had a goal, and I still have a goal. To be healthy and nutritional fit. I have learned to stay focused thanks to groups and motivational reading. I have learned that the scale is a measure and device neither friend nor foe. Setting up goal to be healthy and fit for me is the weekly challenge that shows progress and occasionally a decline.
But I look at my goal in apply everything that I can to reach it. Having a goal in any aspect of your life without applying the necessity to achieve it is only a dream. Yes I do dream also I wanted to be a reality.
So this week I have stepped up a goal to focus on my nutrition, portion control and committed to my workouts-otherwise I’m not going to make my goal.
Let this day be a beginning for your goals, no more dreaming, you got this you are an achiever, now reach them goals.
Have you tried it? I mean really reading developmental and motivational books. I have read so many developmental as well as motivational books by some of the greatest gurus in every industry. And as I have gotten older and wiser I realized I failed them. The reason is any type of developmental or motivational book will never help you, if you do not apply what you are reading.
I know everyone don’t need this and it does depend on your life, where you are, your goals. I use it for several reasons personality due to my low self-esteem and also on my weight loss and health journey, my work place and business. I’m not certain of other people I know MY grow requires assistance, guidance and have learned to raise my hand when I need HELP. HELP decreases or eases the struggle just as my reading of so many others blogs haves assisted me in many ways and “Thank You” if you are one of several I follow.
The need to be strong I have it. The need and desire to continue on I have it. What I do lack at times is the motivation I need to help me unwind, unleash, push up the ladder, to get over fears.
If you are lacking in any area of your life family, friends, relationships, workouts, job-related issues, this list can go on, but I am stopping, sure you get it; I suggest find a book of motivation, one that you can relate to and trust me it will give you a different persona of yourself and will help you be the greater person that you know you are, as I am finding a greater me.
This week I am reading an awesome book. “Get Over Your Damn Self ” by Romi Neustadt. I just completed chapter 3, but I have applied some of my learnings from previous chapters and I see personal growth.
To a week of a GREATER YOU. Continue reading “Developmental and Motivational Reading Does it Help”