Isn’t it about time that you started getting in shape? Isn’t it about time that you got a nice six pack? After all, you’ve been dreaming about it for years now. It’s time that you make it a reality, but only if it were so easy. Late night infomercials and companies trying to sell your products make it seem like there is a simple solution to your problem.
I struggled for a long time to find out what actually worked for getting a nice six pack. I knew that I had to eat right and workout. But these things aren’t necessarily easy to do. If they were everyone would be walking around with a six pack. I’d like to share with you how I finally mastered these things and what I did to do so.
Exercise Tip #1-
The first tip you need to follow is write down exactly what you want. Paint a clear picture in your mind of what you want to look like. How do people treat you differently with your new body? How do you feel about yourself? Do you like the feeling? It’s great to get emotionally involved with your goals. Now that you know what you want to look like write down a few goals to make it happen. Your goals need to involve eating healthier and exercising. They also need to include a deadline to create urgency.
Exercise Tip #2-
Now that you have your goals written down it’s time to take action. I am going to share with you my secret to succeeding. One of the main reasons most people don’t ever see success is because they procrastinate. It can be overwhelming to change your diet. It can also be difficult to start exercising if you’ve never done it before. Every Monday I follow the same routine. I write down all of the meals that I am going to eat throughout the week. Then I go out and buy all the groceries I need to cook those meals. Then I’ll write down the days and what time I am going to exercise.
Exercise Tip #3-
The last thing I’ll do is keep track of my success. This means that I’ll write down everything I am doing to achieve my goal. I like to write down what I am eating. I like to write down what exercise I am doing. This keeps my inline and helps me see where I was to get to where I am going. A lot of people don’t write these things down and they become lost. I also weigh myself one day per week. I’ll even take pictures because sometimes a photo is a better gauge of success then your weight.