8 Sneaky Tricks To Finally Stick With Your New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution…
You may be one of the millions of people right now planning to finally lose fat and shape up at the turn of the New Year…
…and this makes sense because the New Year is a good time to set new resolutions.
You might feel as though you’ve put the previous year and all of its excuses behind you… you’re fresh, and the idea of having a chance to start things over again in the coming year provides new-found motivation.
But you’ve also probably been down this road already, and for some reason never accomplished what you had originally intended for yourself…
…so you might even feel guilty and think that you’re simply not disciplined enough to follow through on your resolutions.
THIS IS FALSE!
I have found the main reason you’ve been unsuccessful is because you don’t know some of these simple but SNEAKY tricks below that can skyrocket your chance for success this year, no matter what plan you’re going to follow!
So, let’s get to it… here are the first 4 of my 8 Sneaky Tricks To A New Year’s Fat Loss Resolution Solution…
Give me at least 100 comments in the post below, and tell us your one of your specific resolutions this year, and I’ll get back to you with the second 4 tricks in a couple of days… (so don’t forget to comment )
Trick #1: Stick To The Big One…
A big resolution like losing a lot of fat can take several weeks/months to achieve. If you have too many major resolutions like these, you’ll probably be stretching yourself too thin over the year and have too little time and/or energy left to do well in any of them.
Stick with only one major resolution and less than a half dozen small resolutions in your New Year’s resolution list. Also, try spreading your smaller resolutions out over the course of the year so they don’t interfere on your main resolution of burning more fat and getting in dynamite shape.
When you do this, instead of trying to cram several major life changing resolutions into one year, you’ll be amazed at how much your focus increases…and your success rate will follow!
Trick #2: Make It Measureable…
It’s tempting to create huge resolutions that are more like lifetime goals. Simply hoping to ‘lose weight’ is a great goal, but it is too generic because success is difficult to measure.
Another example would be a general goal of “eating better” or simply “following FBF eating guidelines”. This is again too broad and not measureable.
Instead, you should focus on the details like “eating a healthy breakfast every day” and “drinking 32 oz. of ice cold water by lunch”.
These measureable and specific goals within the broader main resolution of fat loss work, because it gives us what we need: positive reinforcement, tangible results, and physical proof to stick with change.
Trick #3: Personalize It…
Why do YOU want that resolution? Why do YOU want to lose more fat, build more muscle, get stronger, make the ladies or guys take notice, fit into that old dress, buy those new fashionable clothes etc.? What does it mean to YOU to achieve it? How will YOU feel when you do achieve it?
See what I’m getting at here?
If you don’t have very clear answers to the above questions, chances are you don’t want it badly enough to sustain your efforts for a few months, much less the whole year.
Setting a resolution of losing weight for someone else’s desires is a surefire method for failure.
To achieve this goal, even in face of obstacles and challenges, you must want it badly enough for you to pay the price in time and effort to pursue it. This means you need to be crystal clear about the significance of your resolutions.
Otherwise, it’s very easy to just find an excuse to wiggle yourself out of the resolution and forget about it…does this sound familiar?
Trick #4: Write It Down…
It helps tremendously to write your specific goals for this year down on paper. If you haven’t tried this before, do it immediately after reading this report. (trust me!)
Try to write down your resolution, describe it in details and state why you want it. Writing it down commits it to paper, and the written word carries authority with it (that’s a good thing!).
But I’ll bet you will not be able to write everything down in one try.
Simple… it’s because your desires and thoughts are always vague ideas to start.
If you don’t write down your fat loss and fitness resolution, it will always remain as just some random idea in the back of your mind.
Random ideas mean random plans and that equals poor or non-existent results. While you cannot crystallize your resolutions in the first try, take a few extra minutes and get it done and success is right around the corner…
Alright, take these first 4 tricks to heart and you will be ready for fat loss success in 2011… now…
…remember, give me at least 100 comments in the post below, telling me about your #1 resolution this year, and I’ll get back with the second 4 tricks in a couple of days… (you’ll love these)