7 Quick Tips

This way you’ll be able to monitor what you ate the entire day but in order to fully succeed on your journal, have the sub information included.Know your calorie deficits.
a. TimeBetter if you get to eat 6x a day, every 3 hours. Boosts the metabolism! Fuel and Burn!

b. Mood

what do you think was the reason you chose that and how did you feel soon afterwards?

c. Total amount of calories per serving.

pay attention to those nutritional facts or you may also visit calorie counters online. If haven’t found, base them accordingly and estimate an approximate count on what you just ate.

d. Resolution

After you’ve read and accomplished the day. What do you think of the choices you nourished yourself with? Any change for you to correct?

2. EXERCISE, LOG it too!

Since most of us are either at work, school or both. Every activity counts! Search through on the internet how much calories you may have just burnt over the course of you standing , walking to point A to point B. Include as well the time you had your formal exercise on your schedule.

Tip: Have a good mile or two in the morning then have two to three miles during the evening. Add two miles every week or have 10 30 second sprints every now and then.

3. ipod, music players

Beats per minute! Beats per second! Maximize those mp3 players. include fitness podcasts and listen to each episode when you’re idle, on your way home or to work. Upload a mega powersong which you’re in the mood to dance that way you’ll be motivated to run according to the song with much spunk!

4. Sleep

Did you know that sleeping for straight 8 hours may burn 600 extra calories? Isn’t that awesome? Our body needs rest thus do not go easy over sleeping hours. If you’d need to have few naps, do so. Power naps are great for those who are trying to regain and gain their endurance as well as adrenaline.

5. Forgive yourself

One day slip-up isn’t going to be that bad. Pick up the pieces, review what you’ve done, what you did and then start over. There’s no such thing as breaking bad habits instead there’s only room for improvement and it takes action, practice and continuous re-evaluation.

We’re human not robots.

6. Knowledge is power

Read. read. read and share your wisdom. This way you’d be able to feel accountable to what you preach. There’s a huge array of information gathered for everyone. I’m sure we’ll never run out of interesting reads.

7. Feel comfortable about Change
once it becomes uncomfortable it just means you’re about to face change. Change for the better, be on the game and crunch yourself to where you belong — the comfortable change.



Note: Thanks to Diet.com and shout out to the crew, Sarah and Stephen Cabral


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