Motivation is one of the most important factors which determines how successful we are at what we do. It is the driving force that gives us the will to accomplish tasks and eventually succeed at reaching an ultimate goal.
For anyone to succeed at weight loss motivation will be the most important part to work at, it will provide us with the determination to get up and exercise even if we don't feel up to it. Motivation also drives us to stick to the low fat selections and recipes required to keep our progress moving.
Motivation is important factors which determines how successful we are because ,the more you progress and lose weight the more difficult it will be to lose more as the body is pushed past its natural set points. Many top conditioning coaching admit that its possible to gain amazing results when the individuals motivation is high, even if the training program is not "Efficient".
SOME IDEAS TO KEEP MOTIVATION UP
LEARN TO ACCEPT SELF:
The most common reason people lose interest in exercise / dieting is due to unrealistic goals.Learn to love yourself for who you are, not who you wish to be. Acknowledge that you need to improve your health or weight but believe that you will do what you can to be the best you can possibly be. When we understand and appreciate our bodies, we are able to work with them, not against them!
FOCUS ON POSITIVES NOT NEGATIVES:
Practice running the positives through your mind regularly, it may take time but its surprising what you can believe if it is said enough times. Think positively, replace thoughts like "I can't" with "I can and I will" if you don't reach a goal when you want, just focus on the fact that you will get there in time. Remember how far you've got, not how far you need to go
DEVELOP " MIND SET"
To boost motivation some dieters need to development of a different "mind set". For some people hypnotherapy has work really well to help gain more control over the mind!
Setting goals has the advantage of focusing on what you intend to achieve. A goal acts as a form of mental contract with yourself and your degree of motivation will drive you to complete that contract. If the goal is too hard to achieve it can affect your success. Set easy goals often so you create a habit of success. You must set realistic and easily reachable goals. When you attain each goal it gives momentum to increase the level of motivation further don't set goals that are too much too soon
|Sometimes it's a lot more powerful to let other people do your talking for you.
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