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One Thing at a Time

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Tis the season…

No doubt life right now is full of holiday cheer.

I myself have been to half a dozen Christmas parties in the last week or two.

With all this celebrating, how can one really be expected to keep losing weight or even maintain their current weight?

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Stop Rewarding Yourself

Most people think that extrinsic motivation or rewards will lead to ultimate weight loss success.

‘If I work out today, I can have chocolate cake tonight.’

‘If I eat well throughout the week, I can have a cheat day or cheat meal.’

Two very popular ways to lose weight.

Just reward yourself every time you’ve done something good.

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Help! When Should I Train? (Part II)

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Last Post, I went through two of four things to consider, in order to find the best time of day for your workouts.

It’s important to remember not to over-think this too much, especially at the expense of not exercising.

A fair chunk of this will be experimenting to find what works for you.

This is the individualization process, that a coach may be valuable in helping you discover.

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Help! When Should I Train? (Part I)

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One of the most frequent questions I’m asked?

“When is the best time to workout?”

The answer…

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Change, In a Nutshell

Weight loss is really a process of change.

Changing the way you currently eat to a way that suits your lifestyle and your desired appearance.

Changing the way you currently exercise to a way that suits your schedule and your optimal aesthetic.

Changing your lifestyle itself so as to suit the optimal occupation, the right social groups, a positive mindset and ideal behaviors.

Behaviors like cooking your own food, walking or riding to work, eating more veggies, or taking up a physical activity or a sport for fun. It could be learning new things like how to cook or how to ski, snowboard, skate or cycle.

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