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Monday, April 01, 2013

Positive Thinking For Weight Loss

Positive Thinking For Weight Loss
When someone joins my own coaching program, one of the first things I ask them to do is to describe exactly what their body might look like once I aid them reach their goal weight. I ask them to accomplish this in writing – not over the phone, and here’s why…

Deeply imbedded negative thoughts are what cause us to own difficulties in any weight damage or health enhancement program – actually, our past failures can generally be traced back to negative thoughts that we didn’t even realize there was.

Most of our negative thinking equates when we write things down on paper (or on the computer).

I challenge you to write out 10 brief descriptions about how your body will look in 30 days should you were coached by someone just like me – someone who is aware of exactly how to transform the skin no matter what stage on the game you’re currently at.

Go ahead, take a moment and write out what your face would appear to be, what your arms would appear to be, what your legs and your butt would look like – would your epidermis look different, would your muscle tissues be tighter, would you always be leaner – detail everything, then come back.

Did you do it?

Make your list now before reading any more – I want you to disappear with some profound knowledge associated with yourself when you’re done looking over this article.

OK, now that you might have your list, let me show you something which you can use to judge whether or not you’ve been causing you to ultimately fail in your attempts to forfeit weight and keep it down.

Here are some examples of statements that your good friend of mine helpful to have before he and I began working together – statements that have been literally holding him back coming from success:

Face-more chiseled features, absolutely no double chin, no doughy jowls as well as puffy cheeks, no bags beneath the eyes.

Other than improved cosmetic shape, I really have no complaints whatsoever about my face, hair, eye, nose, ears.

Neck-no double chin or “wattle”

Chest-no gynecomastia (womanly breasts), muscular instead. Look, ma, I can easily see my ribcage and pectoral muscles rather then a soft mattress of excess weight.

Arms-hard sinewy curves instead associated with soft breadsticks. Seeing veins and muscles rather then smooth fat.

Abdomen-are there really abs hiding inside? They’ve never made an look in 50 years! It’d be nice to experience a tight waist not uncomfortably chopped up by too-tight underwear.

Legs-less of an conical shape, more elongated as well as solid. Although my calves have invariably been rather large and firm-my best body part, next to our brain.

Buttocks-less sag, more form

Back-could be a lot a smaller amount hairy, would be nice to view a “V” shape instead of an truncated pyramid.

Can you see why he may have had a few troubles before reaching his goal?

But I’ll let you in on a little secret – this guy is in great shape now and enjoying life more than ever, and he’s a pleasure to consult with each week in our teaching calls.
Positive Thinking For Weight Loss Reviewed by Katie Grace on Monday, April 01, 2013 Rating: 5 When someone joins my own coaching program, one of the first things I ask them to do is to describe exactly what their body might look lik...