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Mistakes are a part of our everyday life. We’ve come to accept and know that we will make them. This way of thinking

It's o.k to make mistakes during your weight loss journey-but when you do, don't let it keep you down! Get backon track and concentrate on achieving your goals!

It's o.k to make mistakes during your weight loss journey-but when you do, don't let it keep you down! Get back on track and concentrate on achieving your goals!

also applies to your weight loss, exercise, and nutrition programs. You will stumble occasionally, maybe eating that favorite food of yours when you shouldn’t have, or for whatever reason not exercising one day. The key here is understanding that, as humans, we are not perfect, and to accept we will sometimes “fall off the horse.” When this happens, please do not punish yourself endlessly and, for goodness sake, do not say, “oh, now that I’ve messed up I’m done. I may as well quit.”

Believe it or not, there are many who have done exactly that: instead of looking at a mistake as a temporary setback, some have blown the error completely out of proportion. Please don’t do this, as the few mistakes you may make are a drop in the bucket compared to all the good and right things you are doing to allow physical excellence to happen.

And guess what- if you decide one day that you absolutely must have that piece of chocolate cake or cheesecake then go ahead and have it. If you’ve decided you are going to eat it no matter what then first try and have just one spoonful of it to see if that quells those urges. Sometimes that’s enough to get rid of those powerful feelings. I recommend really savoring that bite-size piece and getting full enjoyment out of it. And yes, it was a mistake to have it but don’t let that derail all the progress you’ve made so far and the future success you are going to achieve.

Here are seven words you can say to yourself before you eat anything that at the very least will cause you pause and may even prevent your from making a mistake: “Do I Really Need To Eat That?” Then decide if you are eating that food because it is part of the program or because you’re bored, angry, tired, depressed, or for any other reason. Decide if it’s important enough for you to sabotage the weight loss and progress you’ve made so far and the reasons you decided to do this in the first place. By taking the time to really analyze your though process concerning food choices, you will be better prepared to steer clear of “triggers” that cause you to make unhealthy food choices.

Take Charge!

Fitness King

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I have found that, most weight loss related problems boil down to one source: FOOD.

If you are not making progress, and your weight loss efforts have stalled, first, ensure that your weight training and

Many times food is the culprit hindering people from weight loss success.

Many times food is the culprit hindering people from weight loss success.

aerobic exercises are being performed properly and consistently; then analyze your food intake.
Food is the biggest hurdle that most of us contend with in terms of getting into top shape. The reasons are many and complex.

Thus, if you are not achieving results, the first thing to do is to check your food intake. Are you eating the right amounts of the right foods at the right times? If you find that you are doing everything else right, and are still not making progress, the way to get back on the path to progress is to carefully analyze the type and amount of food you have been eating. Most likely, the problem is one of excess calories. Even if you are eating the best foods for your body, taking in more calories than you need causes you to accumulate fat.

If you find that you are eating properly, then check to see how well you are adhering to the exercise guidelines for your workout regimen. If you find you are not on track, adjust accordingly and continue on.
It is a physiological fact that, in order to lose fat, you must take in less calories than you use on a daily basis over a consistently long period of time. This is the only sure-fire way to guarantee steady and continual progress. But how do you go about analyzing if you are eating the correct number of calories for yourself?

Several things come into play…Planning is paramount of course. So you must plan your diet for each and every day. If you don’t there is a greater chance you will eat something not on your list of permitted foods to eat for the day. When you have a plan you are more likely to stick with it than a haphazard “I’ll just try and eat good today.”

Along with this planning goes tracking. You must be able to know precisely how many calories you are putting into

We need to control our caloric intake in order to achieve weight loss.

We need to control our caloric intake in order to achieve weight loss.

your body each and every day, and each and every meal. This sounds tedious I know, but it is essential to your success. You must make sure you keep on the course to maximum fat loss and lean muscle gain.

In almost every single instance where someone complained to me of their lack of progress I was able to trace it down to the simple fact they were taking in too many calories for the amount of energy they were using.

Here’s an example for those that have had a hard time losing fat to see that everyone truly can lose their body fat. Although this is an extreme example I use it to make a point.

Let’s say I were to take a man (or woman) who had the hardest time in the world losing fat (or weight) and suddenly and quickly took away ALL access to any food at all (but kept water intake plentiful) what do you think would happen? Would this person lose fat and weight? How long do you think without ANY access to food would it take for this person to drop body fat?

You and I both know that this person would lose body weight very rapidly. In fact they would eventually die due to the

Even if you are eating the best foods for your body, taking in more calories than you need causes you to accumulate fat.

Even if you are eating the best foods for your body, taking in more calories than you need causes you to accumulate fat.

lack of food. What would this person’s body look like then? Probably very skinny with little fat on his/her body. The point I’m trying to make here is that there is a caloric level for everyone that if calories are lowered beneath, fat loss will start to occur. It’s inevitable and a physiological certainty.

Now of course I don’t advocate going without any type of food, as this is unhealthy and dangerous. However, how can you use the information from this example to help you achieve consistent and predictable fat loss?
You’ll be able to lose fat easily and consistently By PRECISELY controlling the calories going into your body EVERY SINGLE DAY and keeping those calories slightly less than you need to maintain your current body weight. There really is no magic here.

Now, you have to weigh every single solitary morsel that passes between your lips. You have to become religious about this. Over a 2-week time period you will have a really good estimate of how many calories your body needs to maintain itself. This is an important part of your success because we all tend to over-estimate our portion sizes. Failing to weigh your food will be an almost guaranteed ticket to failure. Yes, it’s a pain in the rear’ but you’ll only have to do it for 12 weeks. Look at it as a small price to pay for the body you’ve always wanted.

At the end of 12 weeks you’ll have become so good at knowing what the correct portion sizes are for you that you’ll be able to estimate your portion sizes visually. This will help you maintain your weight loss and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Take charge of your body! YOU control what you put into your body and therefore YOU determine whether or not you will be successful.

Take Charge!

Fitness King

P.S. Want to: Learn the “Easy” way to get and stay in shape? Discover the secret to quick fat loss? How to exercise less and get better results? Discover the secret to ripped abs without doing endless crunches? Then be sure to get my “Amazing Fat Burning Formula” HERE.

P.P.S. If you like this post, and think it will help others, please help me help others by clicking on one of these “Share and Enjoy” links below.P.S. Want to: Learn the “Easy” way to get and stay in shape? Discover the secret to quick fat loss? How to exercise less and get better results? Discover the secret to ripped abs without doing endless crunches? Then be sure to get my “Amazing Fat Burning Formula” HERE.

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The rains started early…

And by the time noon rolled around (my scheduled departure time), it was still raining…

Oh well, good thing my son was still with me because now we could play the “monster” game some more.

As the time started getting closer to 6 pm, and it was still raining, I started to worry. There was no way now I was going to make it up to Daytona Beach before dark on my motorcycle. Thanks goodness for my bright yellow riding suit with lots of reflective patches and the new tires I had gotten the week before. Wait… the guy at the motorcycle shop said I had to be careful on the tires for the first 100 miles because they could slip easily. And it was still raining… hmmm…

7:40 pm was the time I finally left… yea, almost dark. I did a longer trip a couple of months ago (4+ hours) but still, the thought of the night ride was a little daunting (especially with the rain and new “slick” tires).

Off I went, 3 pit stops later, I arrived in Daytona Beach at 11:40 pm. After giving the “all-safe” sign to my loved ones back home that I arrived safe, I proceeded to turn on my computer. 4 hours later I went to bed. And 3 hours later I was up for breakfast before my meeting at 9 am.

At breakfast the first dilemma of the day arrived… the MENU… What to eat that was healthy. Today was not my “free-for-all” day and the menu left just a bit to be desired for a healthy meal. This menu had almost no veggies on it, and only bad carbs (hash browns – about the worst carbs you can put into your body because of the high fat content – bad fat at that – and high carbs – a combination almost guaranteed to pack on the pounds quicker than you can imagine).

    What would you do?
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