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Table of Contents for the The Mental Side of Weight Loss PLR eBook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Why We Fail at Weight Loss Goals………………………………………… 4

Why Goals Are Necessary………………………………………………………. 7

Accountability…………………………………………………………………………………….. 7

Measurability……………………………………………………………………………………… 8

Strategy and Focus…………………………………………………………………………….. 8

How to Set Goals That You Will Follow Through On…………….. 9

Specific…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

Measurable…………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

Attainable……………………………………………………………………………………………. 9

Relevant…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 10

Time Bound………………………………………………………………………………………. 10

Creating Your Goal…………………………………………………………………………… 10

Big Steps or Small Steps, Which Is Better for You?……………… 11

The Importance of Self-Awareness and How to Gain It………. 13

Journaling…………………………………………………………………………………………. 14

Look Back at Past Successes………………………………………………………….. 14

Your Motivation Style……………………………………………………………………… 15

Tracking……………………………………………………………………………………………. 15

How to Find the Support You Need……………………………………… 16

Group classes……………………………………………………………………………………. 16

Partners…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 16

Online groups…………………………………………………………………………………… 16

Health coaches/personal trainers………………………………………………… 17

How to Recover from A Mistake………………………………………….. 18

Acknowledge and Emote………………………………………………………………… 18

Explore Why It Happened………………………………………………………………. 18

Celebrate Your Good Moments and Successes……………………………. 18

Try to Create New Systems So That “Bad” Moments Don’t Happen Again………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 18

Moving Forward………………………………………………………………….. 20

 

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Why We Fail at Weight Loss Goals

There are four fundamental reasons why so many of us fail to achieve our weight loss goals.

We Choose the Wrong Goal

Most of us choose goals arbitrarily. We either choose goals that don’t fit our current circumstances, or we let goals be chosen for us. For example, your doctor may tell you that you need to lose weight. Great. Fantastic. How much weight?

Or you may choose a “30 Pounds in 30 Days” type program, which may be fine for some but not right for you. Choosing the wrong goal is like choosing the wrong career path because it “looks good” or because you don’t know what else to do or because someone told you that’s the job you should have.

Your health and fitness goals need to be determined BY YOU. They need to have meaning to you and they need to fit your current circumstances. In this guide we’ll take a look at how to do that.

No Goal and/or No Plan (Or an inappropriate plan for you)

Another common reason why we fail to achieve weight loss and health goals is that we venture into the process without a plan or a tangible goal. For example, you decide that you need to lose 30 pounds. How will you lose it? Is there a path and a plan in place that fits your needs, lifestyle, personality, and current health status?

What process will you follow and is that process right for you? One program may have you drinking meal replacement shakes every day and running for an hour. That may work for some, but it may not be the right approach or plan for you.

Don’t Know Our Motivation Personality

How are you motivated? What keeps you going to achieve success? There are many variables that can keep a person motivated. You may be motivated because you want to set a good example for your child.

You may be motivated because there’s an event that you want to compete in or a trip you want to take that requires weight loss. You may be motivated because you joined a gym with a friend and if you don’t go to the gym, they won’t either. You may be motivated because those insulin injections are right around the corner if you don’t make a change, and you hate needles.

It’s time to take a look at what motivates you. We’ll take a deeper look at this later in the guide. For now, start thinking about times when you’ve been successful achieving a goal or creating a new habit. What motivated you to succeed? Think beyond health goals and look at other personal or professional goals that you’ve set for yourself as well.

No Support

It’s incredibly difficult to make changes in your life without support from the other people in your life. Those around you have a significant impact on your choices, behaviors, and even your thoughts and emotions. However, it’s also important to stress that YOU are in control over your choices, behaviors, thoughts and emotions. You are not a victim. And when you make change in your life, you may have a profound impact on those around you, for the better.

Right now, think about the support that you do have in your life. Look at friends, family, associates, online connections and more. And if you don’t currently have the support that you feel you need, where can you find it? There are many online and offline groups that are available for you to join. They can help you find the support you need to succeed.

We beat ourselves up because we “lack willpower” or because we just can’t seem to follow through. The problem isn’t that you’re weak or lazy. Far from it. Just think about all of the amazing things you’ve done and tried. That’s not lazy or weak!

The problem is that you haven’t set yourself up to succeed, and that’s what we’re going to look at next. We’re going to take a look at goals, because without them, you don’t have a path or a plan to make positive change in your life.

 

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: Understanding Food Cravings

Email #1 – Understanding food cravings – 329 words

Email #2 – Why we get food cravings – 323 words

Email #3 – How to overcome food cravings – 437 words

Email #4 – How long it takes – 307 words

Email #5 – Three more tools for your food cravings toolbox – 342 words

 

The Mental Side of Weight Loss Email Sample Content:

Email #5 – Three more tools for your food cravings toolbox

Here we are at the final lesson. We have come a long way since we started back at Lesson One. But we are not done yet. I have a few more “nuggets” for you to add to your food cravings toolbox.

In Lesson Four we talked about rewiring your brain to expect a new reward for a given stimuli. I found these three things can make that process go more smoothly:

One – keep your blood sugar in check. When your blood sugar gets too low, your body will crave any type of food it can get, but especially sweets. This drives up your blood sugar, but soon it will crash again because simple carbs (sugar) process fast once in the bloodstream, leaving you feeling hungry again.

Two – Get rid of liquid calories and artificial sweeteners. Soda, fruit juices, etc., are usually full of sugar which feeds into number one – spiking your blood sugar level. Artificial sweeteners trick your body into thinking it is getting sugar, so it triggers the insulin response to process it, but you really did not get the sugar, so your blood sugar drops too low thus creating the low blood sugar response.

Three – Eat a good breakfast that is high in protein. Eating protein right away in the morning helps get your metabolism revved up to start burning calories. If you keep food available for it to process by eating five or six small meals per day (and still stay within your daily calorie intake), it will get conditioned to expect it and if satisfied keep your cravings down.

There you have it. Now you not only know what causes food cravings, but how to overcome them, how long it will take, but have a few other tried-and-true tricks up your sleeve that will not only benefit yourself but enable you to help others that may be experiencing food cravings. They will thank you for it! It has been fun, but sadly it is over. Goodbye!

 

High Quality The Mental Side of Weight Loss PLR Articles:

3 Mental Strategies That Can Help You Lose Weight – 402 words

3 Ways to Help Yourself Feel Fuller When on a Diet – 427 words

3 Ways to Make Working Out More Fun – 411 words

3 Ways to Stay Focused On Weight Loss – 408 words

4 Distractions to Help You Avoid Emotional Eating – 366 words

4 Foods That Can Sabotage Your Weight Loss Efforts – 382 words

4 Ways to Stay Motivated to Stick to Your Diet – 420 words

5 Healthy Snacks to Replace Junk Food – 424 words

7 Psychological Blocks That Can Make It Hard to Lose Weight – 421 words

7 Ways to Beat Food Cravings – 386 words

Can Meditation Help With Weight Loss? – 407 words

How Often Should You Weigh Yourself When Trying to Lose Weight? – 416 words

How to Stay Accountable to Your Weight Loss Goals – 389 words

How to Stick to Your Healthy Diet When Eating Out – 392 words

How to Stick to Your Healthy Routine When Travelling – 365 words

How to Tell if You’re Really Hungry (or Just Emotional Eating) – 408 words

How Visualization Can Help You Lose Weight- 401 words

Watch What You’re Drinking if You Want to Lose Weight – 398 words

Why Fad Diets Don’t Work – 403 words

Why You Keep Putting the Weight Back on After Losing It – 412 words

 

The Mental Side of Weight Loss PLR Article Sample:

5 Healthy Snacks to Replace Junk Food

Junk food is definitely your worst enemy when it comes to losing weight. Choosing to eat healthy, however, can be quite difficult. The snacks and replacement foods you choose will depend on your caloric budget, what you like to enjoy, and your macro ratios that you’re trying to hit.

However, here are five delicious healthy snack options to reach for in case your stomach is rumbling.

#1 Fruits

Fruit is nature’s candy! But, you don’t have to just eat boring old fruit from the market stand. You can also try out fruit snacks that have no sugar added, like natural fruit leather (think fruit roll-ups, but healthy) and dried fruit. Freeze dried fruit is crunchy and delicious too, and it offers a healthy snacking alternative.

#2 Vegetable Dips

While you may not be the biggest fan of vegetables, you can turn them into an enjoyable snack by picking out a dip that isn’t too heavy on the calories. Be sure to check for sugars and carbs too, though!

Dip carrots, celery, and all your other favorite vegetables to enjoy a healthy snack with a bite of flavor. Just be sure you keep a close eye on how much dip you’re eating, because it tends to be high in calories.

#3 Mixed Drinks

When you have a craving for something delicious, it often is a smart idea to reach for a delicious drink over a bowl of ice cream. Alcohol is an occasional treat that may be worth a shot, but you can also mix non-alcoholic drinks using natural fruit juices and other flavors.

While you shouldn’t get in the habit of drinking your calories, a mixed drink every so often can help you mix things up and have a good time without stressing about your weight loss goal the entire night.

#4 Oatmeal

Maybe oatmeal isn’t your idea of a delicious snack, but it can actually be incredibly filling and you can dress it up with all sorts of fruits and other ingredients. Adding in some of your favorite fruits to your bowl of oatmeal will make for a dessert-like substitute to any hungry craving, and it will most definitely fill you up!

#5 Low-Carb Goodness

With the Ketogenic diet taking off, you can find plenty of low-carb (and typically low-calorie) recipes for everything from sugar-free chocolate mousse to delicious waffles and frostings. You can create pretty much anything using almond/coconut flours and natural sweeteners, like Stevia.

These make a great occasional treat that’s a bit healthier for you than typical processed junk food.

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PLR Report: 7 Tips for Breaking Through a Weight Loss Plateau (1,614 words, 6 pages, 6 images, plus 15 tweets)

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Table of Contents for the Fitness Mindset Tips PLR Report:

Contents

It’s All In Your Mind!…………………………. 4

Tip #1 – Immediate action………………….. 7

Tip #2 – Less is more…………………………. 10

Tip #3 – Constant reminders……………….. 13

Tip #4 – Follow the plan………………………… 16

Tip #5 – Tailor your expectations…………… 17

Conclusion……………………………………………19

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Crucial Habits PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Crucial Habits PLR Article Titles:

Accountability Habits For Achieving Weight Loss (583 words)

Why Watching Your Blood Sugar Levels is One of the Best Habits to Have (804 words)

Daily Exercise Is it a Habit or are You Forcing Yourself? (615 words)

Cooking Your Own Meals A Long Lost Habit of Good Health (675 words)

Tracking The Habit of Measuring and Managing Your Health (540 words)

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Daily Exercise – Is it a Habit or are You Forcing Yourself?

We’ve all heard the excuse, “I just don’t have time to exercise”. We might even be guilty of using it every now and again.

Whenever one thinks of losing weight, they immediately think of two things – diet and exercise… and neither sounds fun. Thoughts of running endlessly on the treadmill or doing weight training is a turn off for thousands of people.

Yet, they force themselves to exercise because they want to lose weight. The unfortunate fact is that by the third week, most people quit. They start skipping workouts over and over until finally they just stop.

There’s a reason this happens. They’ve not made exercise a habit. Once you make it a habit, you’ll stick with it. Until then, it’s a chore.

In this article we’ll look at how you can make it a habit that you carry with you into your golden years.

  • Exercise doesn’t have to be torture

Forget the old advice about running for an hour or lifting weights. If you’ve led a sedentary life for years, all you need to do is find a physical activity you enjoy (other than the obvious one).

It doesn’t matter whether you like swimming or cycling or even Zumba classes. As long as you’re moving, you’ll be burning calories. Some people prefer kickboxing while others prefer rock climbing. There is no right or wrong answer.

The goal is to get more active… and if you find an activity you love, you’ll gladly stick with it until it becomes a habit.

  • Knowing the Basics

The basics of weight loss are to make sure your diet is on point and to get some cardio and resistance training in your workout regimen.

Over 80 percent of your success will depend on your diet. Exercise is just to give your metabolism an added boost to burn more calories.

That said, regardless of what activity you do, if you do it fast with little rest in-between, it will become cardio in nature. If you do rock climbing, it’s a form of resistance training. Do it fast over and over and it becomes cardio.

Running is a cardio activity. Adding ankle weights or a weighted backpack while running uphill makes it resistance training. So, you can always tweak the activities you love to get both cardio and resistance training in them.

  • Overcoming obstacles

The best way to make exercise a habit is to do it early in the day. Get it over with. Do it before work or in the morning on weekends. Once it’s done, you’ll not keep thinking of excuses to skip the workout.

Even those with the habit find themselves not in the mood every now and then. Completing the exercise early in the day is one of the best ways to stay on track.

  • A quick trick to making exercise a habit

No matter how much you hate exercising initially, just tell yourself you’ll do it for 5 minutes. It doesn’t matter if you go all the way to the gym just to walk on the treadmill for 5 minutes and go home. Just do it.

Over time, you will build the habit. No matter how lazy or unmotivated you feel, always give yourself that 5 minutes. You’ll notice that most of the time, you carry on with the workout since you’re already there.

Just give yourself the chance. Everything else will fall into place once you take the first step.

These 4 points may seem simplistic, but they’re the fundamentals to making exercise a habit. Adopt them and make exercise something you can’t live without.

“Habit is a cable; we weave a thread of it each day, and at last we cannot break it.” – Horace Mann

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Maintaining Mindfulness PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Maintaining Mindfulness PLR Article Titles:

Are you Eating because You are Hungry or Bored? (582 words)

What Excuse is Your Mind Cooking Up to Make You Skip Your Workout? (733 words)

Being Aware of Your Activity Level (551 words)

How is Your Diet and Training Making You Feel? (604 words)

Did You Catch Yourself Losing Motivation? (526 words)

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Being Aware of Your Activity Level

The advent of technology, while convenient, has actually had a negative impact on our health in one area. We’re more sedentary than ever before.

We use the elevator and the escalator instead of taking the stairs. We’d drive rather than walk 10 minutes. We spend too much time hunched in a kyphotic position and then worry about sitting disease.

We’d rather binge watch a season on Netflix than get up and walk for 30 minutes. Since habits are ingrained, we never become fully aware of just how inactive we are.

We sit in our comfort zones and wonder why we’re getting fatter. We do think about going to the gym, but it just seems like so much hassle to overcome the inertia and get started.

  • So how do you get the ball rolling?

We start with mindfulness. You’ll want to look at your life and find ways and means you could be more active. If you can walk to the mall, do it. Leave the car at home.

Lace up your sneakers and enjoy the brisk walk till you get there. Take deep breaths, feel your legs working and picture your blood circulation improving as you get healthier. Be proud of yourself for trying.

The same applies to other activities. If you can stand instead of sit, do it. You may wish to use a standing desk at work.

If you can take the stairs, do it. If your office is on the 10th floor, you may climb 3 floors first and then take the elevator the remaining 7 floors. Try to increase the levels you climb each day.

In a month, you may be able to climb all 10 floors without even losing your breath. Feel the effort that you’re expending. This is the activity that you need in your life.

  • At the gym

You may hate going to the gym or exercising in the beginning. If you feel this way, stop and ask yourself why you hate it. It’s important to know where the feelings are coming from.

If you picture yourself struggling and panting and you dislike the exertion, then do not torture yourself during the first few sessions. Tell yourself that you’ll stop when you’re getting tired.

The goal is just to get into the habit. Walk on treadmill, or do some rowing, or cycling on the stationary bike, etc. There is no wrong choice here.

You may wish to lift some weights or join a Pilates class or dance at a Zumba session. Whatever the case may be, just follow your heart. Enjoy the activity and any time you’re feeling tired or feel like you’re forcing yourself to go on – just stop and go home.

Even if the first week only sees you exercising for 15 minutes a day, that’s fine. As long as you tell yourself that you’re getting better and enjoying the process, you’ll stick with it.

Over time, not only will you find more opportunities to include more movement in your daily life, but you’ll start looking forward to your exercises sessions because they make you feel better afterward.

Then you’ll exercise harder and longer and enjoy the afterglow that comes from endorphins being released. With time, if your diet is on point, you’ll lose weight and look and feel better.

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Overcoming Obstacles PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Overcoming Obstacles PLR Article Titles:

How to Change Your Diet without Sacrificing Tasty Food (590 words)

4 Ways to Reduce Your Hunger Cravings and Appetite (640 words)

Overcoming Inertia and Becoming Active (685 words)

Making Time for Exercise Even When Your Schedule is Tight (608 words)

Managing Expectations and Staying on Track (591 words)

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Making Time for Exercise Even When Your Schedule is Tight

Being a busy mom trying to balance her career with her duties at home can feel like you barely have time to breathe, much less exercise. The same applies to the career-driven executive whose life is a whirl of meetings with clients, deadlines and collapsing home exhausted at the end of each day.

In this hectic day and age of long working hours, never-ending responsibilities and stresses, finding the time to exercise can be challenging. It’s a very real problem and not an excuse.

People often say, “You must MAKE time for exercise”.

But what does that even mean? How do you make time when you barely have any?

The truth of the matter is that usually you may be able to find pockets of time… BUT you’re just too tired to work out. In this article, we’ll look at a few ways you can get some exercise in your daily schedule even if you’re busier than a mosquito in a nudist colony.

  • Cubicle workouts

If you’re stuck at work for most of your day, guess what? You still can exercise. You do not need to go to a gym to get a workout.

You can do push ups against the desk or on the floor. You can do burpees, squats, mountain climbers, crunches, lunges, etc. at your cubicle. These exercises require very little space.

You’d be amazed how tiring doing 5 sets of these for 45 seconds with 15 seconds of rest can be. The biggest misconception of exercise is that you need to do it for an hour or 30 minutes daily. You don’t. Just 2 to 4 sessions a day like these will be immensely beneficial.

Anyone can spare 10 to 20 minutes of quick exercise daily.

  • HIIT

The protocol mentioned above is known as high intensity interval training (HIIT). If you only have 15 minutes a day to exercise, you’ll have to amp up the intensity greatly. Sprinting for 30 seconds followed by a 30-second rest will have you sweating profusely in 10 minutes

Want something shorter than that? Try the Tabata protocol. You’d be amazed at how effective it is.

  • Getting up earlier

Waking up 30 minutes earlier than usual will give you about 20 to 25 minutes of extra time to exercise. It’s good to get over your exercise first thing in the day so that you can get on with the rest of your busy day without worrying about having to work out.

  • Analyzing your schedule with a fine-toothed comb

Write down all your activities for the day and see how much time you spend on each. You’ll notice that there are some areas in your day where time is either being wasted or you’re free to exercise.

For example, if you drive to the mall on Wednesdays, try walking there. That’s exercise too, and still part of your schedule.

Take the stairs at work instead of the elevator. Walk or cycle to your workplace, if possible. Look for these little gaps in your schedule where you can fit in more physical activity.

Watching TV when you get home because you’re too tired to do anything else?

You’re better off getting a treadmill, placing it in the living room and walking on it while you spend an hour watching Netflix. Not only will you get the exercise done, but you’ll also be entertained.

Opportunities to exercise are all around you daily. You just need to find where they are and proactively seek them. Initially, it may seem tough. But once you overcome the inertia and get the ball rolling, you’ll start finding more time to exercise and feel better and look better in the process.

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Personality Beliefs PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Personality Beliefs PLR Article Titles:

Why You are Discouraging Yourself when You Compare Yourself with Others (601 words)

Slow and Steady VS Going All Out (645 words)

Getting Past Disappointment during Your Weight Loss Journey (656 words)

Why You Should Stop Blaming Genetics and Start Blaming Your Diet (578 words)

Understanding Why You are Fighting Yourself and Gaining Weight (588 words)

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Why You are Discouraging Yourself when You Compare Yourself with Others

“A flower does not think of comparing itself to the flower next to it. It just blooms.” – Zen Shin

This is a very profound quote. If you looked at all the animals in the animal kingdom, you’d realize that man is the only animal that compares himself with others.

Wealth, health, attractiveness, etc. are all measures that are used to determine if someone else is better off or worse off from you. Comparing yourself with others is one of the worst habits to have, and it will leave you perpetually dissatisfied.

When you’re trying to lose weight, NEVER compare yourself with someone else. Let’s see why you should not.

  • You don’t see the full picture

You may have seen the actors and actresses who get in shape for a movie role in a space of 3 months or so. They look fit and gorgeous.

You, however, have been struggling for 4 weeks and still don’t see any results. You feel like a failure when compared to them. Why? Why are your results so slow to come?

What you don’t see is the full picture and all the other factors involved. The celebrity may have chef-catered meals that fit with their eating plan. They may have a professional trainer who watches them round the clock. They may work out 3 hours a day, while you can only squeeze in 30 minutes.

So many factors and it’s impossible to keep track of them all. You can’t compare because you have incomplete data.

  • You don’t know how long they’ve been at it

If you’re at the gym and see another lady looking lean and fit while you’re dragging your plump legs across the treadmill step after step, you may feel pangs of jealousy. How did she get so fit while you’re this fat? Life just doesn’t seem fair.

Then you blame yourself and think that you’re a failure. What you may not know is that the other lady may have been visiting the gym daily for 5 years while you were relaxing at home watching Desperate Housewives.

She struggled, while you had fun. So now she’s having fun and you’re struggling. It’s all fair. Once you go through the struggle and shed the excess pounds, you’ll look great too.

  • It takes away focus from yourself

You can’t focus on your own efforts if you’re always looking at others and wondering what they’re doing. Look at your own weight, diet and training and see what you can do to improve them.

Do not get distracted by the noise and other people.

  • There will always be people greater or lesser than you

If you compare yourself to others fatter than you, you may feel relieved and better about yourself, but it does nothing to improve your own health. Comparing yourself to those worse off than you only creates false confidence and complacency.

Comparing yourself to others better off than you can make you feel jealous, insecure or you may hate your own self. None of these are positive emotions. Do NOT compare yourself with anyone.

  • You can only be the best version of you

All you can do is all you can do… and all you can do is enough. Always strive to improve on your own personal bests and challenge yourself to become the best version of you.

Remember this quote – “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

You can’t be anyone else and you shouldn’t even try. You are good enough. Focus on yourself, lose the weight and look great. You can do it.

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Sustainable Results PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Sustainable Results PLR Article Titles:

Is Your Diet Suitable for the Long Term? (641 words)

Discover Why Routines and Planning Will Give You More Freedom (606 words)

Making Corrections When You Slip Up (561 words)

Why Paying It Forward Will Help with Weight Management (686 words)

Is Having a Social Life while Staying Lean and Fit Possible (558 words)

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Is Having a Social Life while Staying Lean and Fit Possible?

If you’re overweight and struggling to shed the excess pounds, embarking on a weight loss program will be a huge step… and it will be a difficult one. However, things can get a lot more challenging if you have a very active social life.

Trying to lose weight and get fit doesn’t gel well with throwing back Sambuca shots at the club every weekend. In this article, we’ll see if you can have a social life and still achieve your fitness goals.

  • How social are you?

This is the most important question to think about. If you’re hitting the club once or twice a month, that’s manageable. Partying once or twice a week is a definite no-no.

Binge eating at parties or consuming too much alcohol too often can undo all your exercise and dieting in a couple of hours. You’ll be taking 2 steps forward and 3 steps back.

Ideally, you should limit yourself to one social event a month during your weight loss journey.

  • Is it adversely affecting your progress?

When you’re young, your body is a lot hardier and you can recover faster after a night out on the town. Once you’re in your thirties, it may take you two to three days to recover from one day of partying.

This may make you skip your workout or you may eat what you shouldn’t because your body is tired, you don’t feel good and it’s just too much effort to stick with the plan.

Sticking to a weight loss program requires both mental and physical energy. When you’re low in energy, it’s more difficult to summon the discipline you need to stay focused.

This is why so many people cave to temptation and binge eat at night. They’re tired at the end of the day and can’t resist the cravings for food

  • Did you take advance measures?

When you’re trying to achieve your weight loss goal, you may often find that social situations crop up or you get invited to events that will mean either skipping your workouts or eating meals you shouldn’t.

If you’re faced with these issues, you should either exercise earlier in the day so that you don’t need to skip a workout, or you may bring your own food so that you don’t need to eat the unhealthier options there.

In some cases, it may seem weird to bring your own meals. For situations like these, it’s best to fast for most of the day, do a high intensity interval training session and hour or so before you attend the event.

You’ll then be in calorie burning mode, and since you fasted, even if you eat more than you were supposed to at the event, the impact on your weight loss would be mitigated.

  • Do you have an exit plan?

Set a time for yourself to leave the party or the club or whatever event you’re at. The later you stay, the more you’ll eat or drink and sabotage yourself. So, have an exit plan that you can use to get yourself home.

Follow these tips and you can have a social life and still lose weight and get fit. You only need to cut down on your socializing until you achieve your desired weight. After that, you can ease up a little and have more fun while you maintain your weight.

 

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