Some people think weight loss is a means of burning more calories than you take in, but they are some other factors that draw you back from achieving your weight loss goal.
1. Celebrate everything your body does
Not having a good body image may stop you from engaging in healthy activities, he points out, but to have a good body image he suggests celebrating all the things your body does,
instead of focusing on what your body can do or cannot do, it is better to appreciate those things your body can do well. some people think because they don’t have the strength to run for a long time, then they can’t do exercise but your leg can walk for a long period of time. walking for a long period of time is also part of exercise.
2. Treat Yourself With Self-Compassion
3. Find a community
4. Set Reasonable Goals
5. Do What You Enjoy
6. Expect Setback
Dr. Gary explains. There are two keys to effectively managing setbacks. The first? Recover quickly. “Just because you did something in the afternoon that goes against your initial goal, doesn’t mean you have to throw the rest of the day away. For example: if you ate more than you wanted to at lunch, you can get back on track at dinner, you don’t have to wait until the next day, or ‘I’ll get back on track on Monday.’ One slip (no matter how big you think it is) can’t derail your journey.
Don’t give setbacks a chance to overcontrol you, get back to your normal routine and use the lessons you learned from the setback to do more better.
7. Examine Your Environment