Well, it is the New Year and many of us have adopted our yearly tradition of setting some New Years resolutions. As everyone knows, the biggest resolution that has continued to top the charts for decades is weight loss. Thousands of people around the globe have set their minds to shedding that extra weight and getting in better shape. Of course, this is a highly admirable goal as fat loss definitely enriches life and health- which is a result that our loved ones and ourselves desire. Unfortunately, most of us who have established this goal are not strangers to this particular craving.
So, how about switching things up this year and making this yearly commitment finally see the “light of day”? How about fanning the flames rather than seeing our hopes eventually turn into embers and die out?
I am not looking to “poop on your parade”. God forbid! I want you to experience success and transform those fat loss desires into reality. But, I also want to be a realist and provide you with an alternative that you may not have considered in the past. I would love to see you break free from those hurdles and obstacles that end up chipping away at your resolve and success. In other words, to try something new that has proven to be highly effective for hundreds of thousands of people who belong(rather, who also once belonged) to this same “fat loss camp”. To coin a well known term stated by Albert Einstein, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.” Get off that familiar dead ended road and start this new year with a new road map that will have you reach your destination.
One of the most frustrating things is the inability to accomplish our goals- especially when we are performing the activities which are suppose to usher in results. How about I told you that you could have possibly achieved your weight loss objective if you had just added one item to your checklist? With this one item you would have been given an unfair advantage over the most common hurdles which invite failure and lead to lost hope and motivation. It is true. Many of us make the proper modifications to our lifestyle in order to invite fat loss results and experience success.
Obviously, the biggest activities which are proven to shed weight are introducing exercise to our daily routine and altering our eating habits to reflect a more healthy diet. If those two factors could be maintained then we would have known victory on our first attempts. So, here comes the all important question. How do we maintain those two vital components within our life?