Take Time to Prep Your Meals
It’s 8PM on a Wednesday and you just got home from a long, exhausting day at work. The last thing you feel like doing right now is cooking, but you know your only other option is to go to your local fast food drive-thru, which defeats your nutrition and fitness goals.
By taking just one afternoon or evening out of your week to prep all your meals for the entire week, you can save yourself from being in this predicament. Instead, you can have a delicious and nutritious meal ready for you every day when you get home.
Set Up an Exercise Space in Your Home
On some days, finding the time to commute to the gym may simply not be realistic. However, this doesn’t mean that you should skip out on your daily exercise altogether. Instead, make sure you have zero room for excuses by setting up an exercise space in your home; it doesn’t have be a full home gym. A small corner of your basement is enough room to lay out a yoga mat and set up some weights or even a compact exercise bike.
Ask Your Partner to Hold You Accountable
Sometimes, our partners and the other people we live with are unknowingly bad influences on our weight loss journeys. Maybe your spouse is always suggesting you order pizza for dinner instead of cooking, or maybe your roommate is constantly encouraging you to share her pint of ice cream. Talk to your partner or roommates about your goals and how important they are to you; ask them to help hold you accountable or even embark on this journey with you.
Keep a Food and Exercise Journal
Last but not least, if you’re not doing so already, now is a great time to start keeping a food and exercise journal. This will not only help you stay accountable, but will help you track your daily calorie and macro-nutrient intake and calories burned from various types of exercise.
By surrounding yourself with a healthier environment, you’ll find that you have a much easier time reaching your weight loss goals. For more assistance, contact us today! One thing our customers find helpful is our free weight loss calculator. The Weight Loss Calculator allows you to calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index), your RMR (Resting Metabolic Rate) and BMR (Basic Metabolic Rate) fom entering minimal information.
Use it today to calculate how many weeks it will take to achieve your goals and more…
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