So you took a mini hiatus..
Give Yourself Grace.
What the hell is the point in being down on yourself about falling off track? It's not helpful. It's not going to get you in the groove again being all negative and feeling guilty about what you did or didn't eat or how many workouts you got in.
So right now, take a deep breath and STOP the negative self talk.
That's step one.
Step two is the decision.
You have to decide you're in. In this step it's not about worrying which program you're doing, what you're going to eat, how your'e going to find time, SLOW DOWN and simply make up your mind that you're doing this.
Make up your mind that you're tired of feeling the way you feel and you're ready to fully commit to bettering yourself. This is the decision to change, to get back on the wagon.
*Side note: I have women ask me for help getting motivated all the time.. it doesn't matter what I say, post, or how on my workout game I am, there's nothing I can do to personally give someone motivation.
WHY? Motivation is within you, it's this decision and the reason behind why you're making the decision to change that should motivate you each day.
You can lead a horse to the water but you can't make him drink.
I can give you the tools, I can show you they work, I can share what's getting me going, but I can't workout for you and I'm not going to spoon feed you each meal.
It's this decision you make that's going to get you committed and motivated.
One day at a time.
We don't start an 80 day program worry about what the meal plan looks like on day 79.
Worry about day one.
Then when day two comes, figure out that day.
Sure we have a plan set for you so you know what workout to do each day and what to eat along with that workout.. but we don't think about tomorrow's dinner during breakfast today. One day at a time.
Getting your workout in today means DECIDING TODAY you're going to get it done.
Often times when we skip a workout we're looking forward or backward.
"Oh I got in a really good workout yesterday.." OR
"Oh I'll workout twice tomorrow."
One day at a time. Do it today without thinking of yesterday or tomorrow.
Taking it one day at a time will bring you to day 14 having completed two weeks of workouts. This consistency is establishing a habit in your routine. Avoiding temptations, getting in workouts, sticking to your meal plan, will become a habit because you've been consistent in each day you've committed.
The steps in between:
- 40 days = new shoes
- 60 days = TREAT YO SELF
If you're not already, and you wan't to work with me on all these steps and the steps in between I'll be your Get Fit Babe BFF virtually.
We have numerous programs and plans to fit your needs and content to make sure you remember where your motivation lies and how to stay on track.