Later I'll be doing a traditional interval training workout from www.247FatLoss.com, but the rest of today's tips are all mindset. Enjoy.
If you had to tell the world, would you eat it? So start keeping a public food journal online. You'll start eating better, trust me. Imagine you were wearing a camera on your head, 24 hours a day. That would knock some sense into our behaviors pretty quickly. Don't waste weeks and months of hard work on a simple few seconds of indulgence.
Keep track of the big lessons you learn everyday. Most people gloss over some of the most significant lessons in their lives because we're often too busy to reflect on what we learned. They remain reactive to life, never proactive. There is no self-reflection among the masses, and therefore they remain on the treadmill of life, doing the same thing over and over again and wondering why they aren't getting the results they want.
"Fill your life with positive expectations. Demand the best. Attitude and desire contribute to 90% of your achievement." Kekich Credo #86
Drop the negatives. Hang around positive people. And most importantly, believe in and expect more of yourself.
"The best investment you will ever make is your steady increase of knowledge. Invest in yourself. Thirty minutes of study per day eventually makes you an expert in any subject but only if you apply that knowledge." Kekich Credo #93
Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS