Make This 1 Simple Switch To Feel More Motivated To Diet And Exercise (No Matter How You Feel Now!)

Does the thought of eating salads and chicken breast and doing 45 minutes of sweat busting exercises at least 3 days a week put a dark cloud over your head? Do you have a hard time avoiding the couch, avoiding that delicious bowl of ice cream, avoiding that juicy cheeseburger, avoiding that refreshing tall glass of ice cold soda, and more? Well, if you make just one simple mental switch, then chances are you are going to actually despise all those things that are bad for you, and DESIRE to do all the things that are good for you! Read on to find out how…

You see, everything that happens to any of us in life is directly related to the decisions we make. The decision you just made to continue reading this article right now could be one of the best things you could have done to help increase your motivation and willpower to stick with dieting and exercising… (not to toot my own horn or anything… lol). But decisions are the heart of life, and dieting and exercising is certainly no exception.

This leads me to that one simple switch I wanted to share with you that could certainly help you become motivated and more willing to diet and exercise, and avoid anything unhealthy…

What I recommend for you to do is to stop focusing on the WHAT and focus more on the WHY when it comes to healthy eating vs. poor eating and doing nothing vs. getting active. Here’s what I mean…

If you focus on the “what” when it comes to food, then you are going to look at ice-cream, cakes, and cookies as delicious, and you are going to look at healthy foods as something that is not as desirable as those bad foods. If you focus on the “what” when it comes to fitness, then you are going to look at how much you are going to be sweating, the pain you’ll feel, etc.

Now, looking at things that way will make it very difficult to get and stay motivated with eating right and exercising… for most people. It’s possible to overcome this and start living right if you think this way, but it is VERY difficult. What I recommend you do instead is to focus on the “why”…

For example, if you focus on the “why” when it comes to food, then you are going to look at the consequences of eating those bad foods and how they’ll make you feel AFTER you have eaten them. You look at how that delicious bowl of ice cream will make you bloated afterwards, how all that sugar can inevitably cause diseases, sugar crashes, and more. When you look at the “why” with healthy food, you will focus more on how “alive” and energetic you’ll feel after eating a smart and healthy meal. As far as fitness is concerned, by focusing on the “why”, you’ll see how detrimental it will be by being lazy all day and not improving your body physically, and you’ll see how much more energy you’ll have after your workout is finished, and also how much more confidence and motivation you’ll build after completing a workout.

So, the next time you have a craving for a pizza for example, think about your arteries, your heart health, your digestive system, your belly fat, and how terrible you’ll feel after eating that pizza. The next time you don’t feel like exercising, think about that awesome feeling you get after you have finished a good workout (which would be endorphins by the way), and also think about how guilty you’ll feel later on for skipping your workout. This mental switch has helped me tremendously, and I hope it works for you too!

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