5 Simple Steps to Lose Weight

Discover the five simple steps that will help you stop the madness and finally get on the path to steady weight loss. Get a complete picture of the path you're going to take and create your accountability team to make sure you get there.

Keywords :
Weight loss, fitness, empowerment, self-improvement, self-help, diet, goal setting

If, like most of us, you have a few extra pounds (I use that term loosely), you know all the reasons to lose them. This will reduce stress on our heart, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes; we will feel better, we will look more beautiful, etc.

There are 101 reasons for this, but it can be very difficult to finally lose that weight. You try hard, you make some progress, you lose your way, and bam, you're heavier than you started.

It's infuriating. Enough of this hassle, I've put together 5 simple steps to actually lose weight and keep it off. These steps can apply to anything, but we're focusing on weight loss here.

1. Know what you want
2. Know where you stand
3. Track your results
4. Correct the shot
5. Be held accountable

Now all your extra pounds will melt away effortlessly. It's true ! A simple list of 5 items won't be enough, so let me explain the intricacies of these 5 items and where the blockage normally occurs when it comes to losing weight.

1. Know what you want

This point is very simple. Most people who want to lose weight have an idea of ​​how many pounds they would like to lose or how they would like their body to look.

I think it's safe to say that if your body started to look the way you wanted it, you would know it, even if you didn't completely plan it out and detail it.

2. Know where you are

It's the big time of the day. It is almost always overlooked and is the main reason for the ups and downs we experience when losing weight. We're unhappy with the way our bodies feel and look and it's painful to zoom in and get an accurate picture of our situation. Unfortunately, we need to know where we stand, to be able to accurately judge the results we are achieving.

You are traveling to San Diego, California. You'd like to start your trip from Phoenix, Arizona, but you're not sure where you are. No problem. You pick up a map of Arizona and California and see that a simple 6 hour trip west on Highway 8 will take you to San Diego.

Six hours later, you have no idea where you are and it's definitely not hot in San Diego. You feel defeated and you want to give up! Do you blame the car? Stupid cards? San Diego? Yourself ?

What if I told you that you're actually in New York, not Phoenix, Arizona. A 6 hour drive west from New York City will never get you to San Diego.

If you had taken the time to determine exactly where you were, you could have chosen the appropriate way to get to San Diego and had an idea of ​​how long it would take.

The same is true with weight loss and our personal fitness. In our minds, we think we are leaving in a different physical condition than we actually are. When results don't follow our mind's illusion, we get upset.

3. Track your results

It's conceptually simple. If we have no idea what we are doing, how can we know what works? It may be easy to do, but it's also easy not to do. Ultimately, most people never track their results.

4. Correct the shot

We love doing this. We have mastered it perfectly. It's like step 1 of knowing what you want. We try the new diet, the super sit-up machine and the fat-burning hip hop power energy yoga cardio class.

We may be very good at changing things, but if we don't know where we're starting from and don't have a track record of results, we have no idea what we need to change or even of the direction to take.

5. Being held accountable

No, not the responsibility! It's a devilish word. I don't want anyone to know what I do, or more importantly, what I don't do.

So why resist accountability, your secret weapon for weight loss? Because it works! If you know someone is going to watch you, you're going to do it or at least feel very uncomfortable if you don't.

Accountability, when used wisely, is the ultimate accelerator to your weight loss. Since you're going to have to be accountable anyway, you might as well get something out of it.

By using responsibility from the start, you can get the body of your dreams. If you let your body hold you accountable, it will dump fat in places you don't want it to be.

The biggest obstacle to weight loss is not taking action. No matter how good the plan is, it's worthless if you don't follow it. So what should I do now?

Above all, be responsible.

Forward this article to someone you respect and care about, and tell them that I want to be responsible for finally losing the extra pounds. When she agrees to support you, start following steps 1-5.
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