Need Advice on Modivation

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Old 01-19-2011, 01:05 PM
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Hi guys. I'm looking for adivece to help me get modivated and get back on track fully with my weight lose journey.

Right now i'm doing just enough to stay aroudn the same weight. about 210lbs. where as before the holidays i hit 205. i'm trying to get to 200 by the end of feb, so i'm looking for a way to sty motivated.

i lack on not doing a workout, or not covering my 10,000 steps a day. or followed my food guide severing only to mess up the one day i don't follow it.

anyone have any good motivation tips?
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Old 01-19-2011, 01:33 PM
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Truth be told frequently I have force myself to get that workout started, but after it's done I always feel great and compelled to behave myself calorie-wise for the rest of the day. So my advice to you is to start the day with a solid workout, best to get it done before your mind is fully engaged and talks you out of it. The other thing I would suggest is to go out and buy a single piece of clothing that you really like, only buy it a size too small. So you have a tangible reward to work toward. Also it never hurts to go through the cupboards and toss out any junk or trigger foods. And I would also recommend getting rid of any clothing that is the least bit baggy. Clothing that is too big provides a fall back wardrobe, making it okay to gain a size or two back. Fat clothes are passive-aggressive diet destroyers, IMHO. Now get off your computer and get to it!!!
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