Motivation for Weight Reduction


From our previous article, motivation for weight loss, we stated that we need to make a habit of losing weight. We need to eat to live and we need to take a small step at a time to achieve long term results. But is that all? Where does your desire for weight loss come from? Where do you get your motivation from? Remember that to lose weight, you have to create a calorie deficiency. This simply means that you have to eat fewer calories than your calorie maintenance level. In this continuation of the article mentioned above, let's look at how optimism and positive attitude can motivate you to reduce weight and succeed in weight loss.

Optimism and Positive Change

In short, optimism is positive thinking. It is the belief that you will achieve your goals. It is the fuel that makes our power strong and gets us going. From a strong willpower, then, weight loss becomes easy to achieve. It is the hope and confidence that lie in us about the success of an income, such as weight loss. Nothing can be attained if we have no hope and confidence in it. People who have had hope and confidence in their weight loss programs have permanently lost weight, have managed to secure great shapes for their bodies, have managed to keep all that weight off and have had a lot of fun doing it. Change your attitude from a pessimistic one to a positive one. Block all negative attributes that stem from your mind and replace them with more positive comments. Many people have settled for mediocre when it comes to weight loss. They say they want to burn fat, they say they want to lose weight, they say they want to slim but they are too lazy to start their weight loss program for some reason. Most have excuses such as "I have no time to do my aerobics training" or "I am too tired to exercise" or "I will substitute this candy bar for what I am going to eat in the evening for supper" or "I will never be perfect "or" it is monotonous and boring to diet and exercise ". You know what; This kind of detrimental thinking is harmful, both to your health and to your self esteem. Aim at replacing this kind of thinking with more positive, optimistic thinking.

Like for example, instead of saying;

I have no time to exercise why do not you say "or" I will brisk walk to school instead of driving "

Instead of thinking that you will never be perfect, why do not you sit down and, knowing your strengths and weaknesses, draft realistic weight loss goals. Instead of planning to lose 16 pounds in 2 weeks, why do not you start with something you will be comfortable with. Start by losing a pound a week, a healthy and clever decision from your part. Once you set your goals realistically, follow your plans. Have fun and strive to be consistent in your meals and workout routines. This way, you will have more fun and you will lose weight easily while keeping it off for good.

Source by Musyoka Muthoka