The Internet is a packed place full of promised dieting and fitness solutions that can be very influential in your decision-making when choosing advice. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a health and fitness enthusiast you can’t ignore the ease of acquiring information via the net.
It’s easy to jump on a bandwagon especially when charismatic and popular people are doing the endorsing. Becoming engrossed by a promised outcome will never make an ineffective plan any more effective no matter how long you stay on it. On the other hand a successful plan will only work for so long before you start seeing results slow down or even reverse.
A paradigm shift is essential towards honesty and listening to how your own body responds. The solution is to modify your diet and exercise routine before results come to a complete standstill and to choose exercises that doesn’t exceed your level of ability or fitness.
If you choose to treat all food the same and use it as fuel by identifying it as merely numbers whilst complementing it with exercise with duration as a barometer of effectiveness then you will become frustrated and disappointed.
The choices you make say a lot about you and your core values. The lists of excuses people come up with are often equal to the lack of value or priority they put on themselves.
If something works for you stick with it as long as you get positive results. If it doesn’t work be honest and change, don’t waste your time regardless how popular it is unless you want to stay where you are!