When you have a routine, where you keep doing the same thing over and over again, you're actually physically changing your brain and neural pathways. These routines become hard wired habits.
When you do this it’ll become easier to follow through on your healthy habits and reach your weight loss goals and maintain them long term.
So it doesn’t take up so much of your energy. It’s just naturally happening as part of your routine.
Yes it takes energy in the beginning, but eventually it will become an unconscious routine.
It’s the only way it’s going to become second nature.
You don’t have to think about your meals, what to eat, when to eat, how much etc…
When you create these habits you have a healthy mindset and it starts to become something automatic you don’t have to struggle to think about.
It becomes a way of BEING.
It's not just about hitting a number on the scale, it's about truly being liberated from the whole experience of having to deal with weight loss again.
Change is always hard and that includes changing ourselves. But growth comes from learning from the challenges we face and knowing your values and what’s most important to you.
What does this mean to you? Yes, seeing numbers go down on the scale is great but the bigger picture is also about how you feel in your own body and how much mental effort it takes to maintain that lost weight. It's not just about weight loss. It's about feeling good and free inside your body and loving yourself inside and out.
To really have body freedom you need to have a solid plan that’s right for YOU. It’s totally understandable, there is A LOT of information on how to lose weight. And it can be overwhelming and get very confusing. This is where having clarity and structure through a Game Plan will help eliminate the confusion.
When your reason for wanting to get healthier and lose weight resonates with the things that are most important to you it will make it so much easier to stick to your plan so you can reach your goals. Your "why" doesn’t just mean an impulsive urge to lose weight. To achieve true sustainable motivation you need a deeper, intrinsic reason.
Healthy living is all about BALANCE!! It’s about knowing you can indulge, enjoy the moments in your life, have a glass of wine…and it won’t be a detrimental setback in your overall healthy lifestyle. You need to have a game plan and mindset in place so you’re ready and know what your strategies are for course correction. So it doesn’t have to be a huge issue when you’ve gained a little bit of weight or indulged a little.
For long term success, you want to reach the point of Flexibility where you don't feel so rigid and restricted, otherwise you can never truly achieve freedom in your body. This is an important goal and mindset to achieve. So you're no longer tired and spent from obsessing about food and your weight and you don't have to keep this rigid plan for fear that any little indulgence will undo all of the work you have done.