1. Eat more like a caveman.
If you cut out all processed “fake” foods and focus on natural foods you’ll likely lose weight, burn fat, feel great and have loads of energy. Natural foods are higher in fibre, keep you fuller for longer and are loaded with nutrients and vitamins. processed foods are the complete opposite. There loaded with empty calories and are “designed” to make you hungry again soon so you’ll buy more of the crap – which in turns leads to you get fatter. It may be blunt but it’s true. Make sure your fitness trainer has cutting edge Nutrition ideas to help you achieve your fitness goals.
2. Plan, Plan, Plan.
When you plan your workouts, plan your meals ahead of schedule and have a written plan for your day you know exactly where you stand and what needs to be done. It starts with having clearly designed, realistic goals. Make you goals S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic & Time Bound). Planning can be as simple as taking five minutes every day to plan your next, taking 5 minutes to plan your workout. It also frees up time to do more of the things you enjoy. Your coach or trainer should be able to help you with all stages of planning.
3. Who’s holding you accountable? Yourself?
Accountability is key for success. When you have someone to kick your arse and keep you in check you’ll be surprised how much your motivation for success grows and grows. A Personal trainer is the best accountability tool you can get but your friends, family members can help too, even keeping a workout, nutrition diary is effective accountability.
4.Take massive action.
Anthony Robbins said it best when he said the path to success is by taking massive, determined action. Following on from planning, accountability, by acting on everything your trainer has put in place or by taking small action steps on a daily, making them habitual you start seeing continuing success – these action steps start to compound and your fitness success will start to grow exponentially.