Food / Mind / Body

3 Simple Habits For Consistent Healthy Weightloss

You know what I love?

Simple.  

Because complicated is...well...  complicated.

And whenever I try to follow an over-complicated routine or diet...it just doesn't last.

​That's why I like this routine.

It works for my lifestyle (often busy, lot going on, etc).

​And I can easily follow it.

After all - it's only three things.  🙂

Let's jump into it:​

#1: Get sweaty​

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I know, I know - you've heard this one before.

But, it's the truth:

Working out is the fastest way to burn calories and turn fat into muscle.

Can you commit to 30 minutes of getting sweaty for the next 30 days??

Here's my suggestion: ​

Commit to 30 minutes of getting sweaty every day for the next 30 days.

​That's less time than a netflix show.

And if you use that time for some simple weight lifting exercises, you'll see MEGA results once you finish your 30 days.​

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tl;dr

Set aside 30 minutes per day for the next 30 days to GET SWEATY.  I suggest lifting weights, or simple bodyweight exercises that burn fat and build muscle.  For example: lunges, pushups, burpees, rows.​

#2: Avoid that "crazy" diet

Huh?

No crazy diets?

YES!  

Deciding to lose weight doesn't mean you have to go on a crazy diet.

Here's the deal: food is fuel.  And if you just stop eating, your body is going to shut down instead of burning calories.  Not good.

Instead, make sure you are following healthy eating principles, and my favorite:

Take a picture of everything you eat and put it in a "food" photo album on your phone.

I love that food photo album because it is such a simple way to track your food, without having to go nuts and count calories.

And as you'll see for tip #3 - what gets measured, gets managed.

So the simple exercise of snapping a pic of your food will actually keep you on track.

Pretty cool. 

tl;dr

Instead of some wild diet, focus on healthy eating.  To stay on track, take a photo of everything you eat and keep it in a "food" album on your phone.

#3: Celebrate your wins along the way

Ever notice how football players celebrate their small wins throughout the game?

Whether it's a great catch, or a touchdown, they celebrate.

Even though they haven't won the game yet...and even in tough conditions:​

Celebrating your small wins along the way helps you stay focused and motivated.

Guess what?

You can (and should) do the same thing.

Celebrate the small wins along the way - all of them.

You don't have to do a dance (unless you want to!), but make sure whatever you do feels good.

Got your workout in today?

Celebrate it, and raise your arms up in the air like a winner.

Stick to your healthy meal?

Pump your fist and smile.​

I know it sounds a bit corny...but the truth is - it works.

Whether you are midway through a football game, or working on losing your 5 or 10 pounds, celebrating along the way will keep you positive and focused.

So give it a try.  :-)​

tl;dr

Celebrate the small wins along the way to stay focused and positive on your way to hitting your goal.  This can be a simple fist pump, or a fun little dance.  Or whatever works for you - but the point is that it should feel good.  Need some inspiration?  Look up "touchdown celebration" videos on youtube.  

​Whats' next?

Your next step is to do it.

This is a SUPER simple plan you can follow for the next 30 days.

But it doesn't work unless you actually commit to it.

So decide on a goal and commit to these 3 things.  I suggest trying​ it for the next 30 days.  I bet you'll be surprised at your results.   🙂

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Daniella M. 
Philadelphia, PA