Habits have a huge impact on many areas of our lives, and los­ing weight is no excep­tion.

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Every­thing we do in our lives can be tracked by the habits we use reg­u­lar­ly.

Moti­va­tion may get you start­ed on your fit­ness jour­ney, but habits are what will keep you going. No mat­ter how moti­vat­ed you are to change, if you don’t devel­op habits that will help you stay on track, you will be doomed to fail again and again.

Imple­ment­ing the fol­low­ing habits will help you achieve your best phys­i­cal shape. Try it!

Exercise regularly

Exer­cis­ing reg­u­lar­ly helps build mus­cle, keeps your metab­o­lism up and is an excel­lent invest­ment in your health. 3–4 strength train­ing ses­sions per week and 10,000 steps per day is a good goal to aim for.

Track your performance

You need to know your cur­rent anthro­po­met­ric (weight and girth) data in order to under­stand in which direc­tion you are mov­ing: towards your goal, or away from it. By weigh­ing your­self dai­ly and tak­ing full-length pho­tos of your­self every two weeks, you can track the dynam­ics of your progress. This will also allow you to make time­ly adjust­ments if the need aris­es.

Control what you eat and how much

You won’t be able to lose weight unless you put your­self in a calo­rie deficit. By track­ing your diet, you can be sure that you are eat­ing the foods you need in the right quan­ti­ties.

Plan ahead

Take 5–10 min­utes in the evening to plan what you will eat tomor­row, when you will eat it, and when you will exer­cise, and you will sig­nif­i­cant­ly increase your chances of stay­ing on track. Of course, things don’t always go as planned, but with plan­ning, your devi­a­tions from the course will be rare rather than reg­u­lar. By the way, an advanced plan­ner always has a Plan B in case some­thing goes wrong.

Always get back on track

We all go off course some­times. Remem­ber that no one has set a time frame for achiev­ing your results. Even if you go astray, this is not a rea­son to quit what you start­ed. Only one right deci­sion sep­a­rates you from get­ting back on track and con­tin­u­ing on your way.

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