Your Driving Force – The Key To Losing Weight
Let's face it. If you looked and felt your
best, you wouldn't be here.
You are because you carry around an extra
15, 30 or even 60 pounds or more of
excess body fat. At this stage you're
probably fed up and tired of it too. Maybe
you put it on over the last 20 years or
maybe it’s all new weight.
Either way it doesn’t matter, your health is
probably at risk, you don't feel comfortable
with your physical condition and your
energy levels often leave you feeling tired
You have tried dieting only to end up losing
and regaining the same weight (and then
some) over and over again. You’re left
starved feeling depressed and even
heavier than when you started.
You have messed around aimlessly in
health clubs achieving very little because
you were given the wrong advice or simply
didn’t know what you were doing.
If you really want to make a significant
change to your physical condition once
and for all, it is imperative that you get
clarity with regard to the outcome you
want. It’s not just about wandering in to
New You to lose a few pounds, it’s about a
significant effort to become leaner lighter
fitter and stronger all at the same time.
This requires discipline and self belief.
Discipline actually comes from establishing
strong reasons for getting into better
physical condition. When you ask most
people what they want to achieve they are
pretty quick with the answer, when you
ask them why sometimes they are not
As well as setting clear and definitive
targets for your physical improvements it is imperative for you to establish major
benefits you will get to your life as a result
of being in better physical condition. Your
reasons will be your driving force.
Most people tend to come to New You
when they get to the point of no return.
Unfortunately sometimes it is necessary to
get fairly frustrated about your physical
condition before you can really take action
and do something about it. Its a good
lever to get you started, it’s not enough to
carry you all the way. Stop focusing on the
problem ie (your weight) and start focusing
on the end result (feeling better, looking
better) Be definite about your reasons for
improvement, this will make you purpose
driven and when you are purpose driven
you won’t need to motivate yourself on a
daily basis, you will do what is needed
automatically and you will enjoy it too.
So establish some major benefits you feel
you will gain from really getting in to the
best physical condition you can achieve,
don’t hold back with limiting beliefs that
will hamper you from attaining life
changing results. It’s crucial to understand
why you can do this as much as it is to
appreciate why you must do it.
Walking in to New You for the first time
might be difficult. Getting started is
the most challenging part of the process.Walking out is easy especially when you are looking and feeling fantastic.