Are you losing weight and controlling your weight like you want?
Are you sticking to your fitness program? The secret is not about
choosing the perfect diet, perfect weight control plan, or perfect
fitness regimen. It's about being conscious about the process, and
about being intentional every step of the way.
Here are four key realities about embarking on a program to improve
your fitness, health and weight control:
- If you are NOT all that unhappy with how your body looks and
with your health condition, you won't be properly motivated to
make any substantive health and fitness changes.
- If you want a casual, easy-going weight control and fitness
program, you will most likely make few noticeable changes or continually
- If you want to stay in your normal comfort zone of eating,
fitness and health choices, why embark on a program? You'll just
be fooling yourself.
- If you continue the self-delusional idea that what you are
doing now is OK, and that "everything will somehow work out",
you are not ready to start a weight control and fitness program.
Bill Cole can help you create a "mental strength" training
program to pump up your fitness/health/diet program. You don't
need to be unhappy and erratic with your weight and fitness.
Get going today.
To learn more about some of the ideas and techniques in a
mental strength fitness & diet program, read this Mental
Success Strategies article: 10
Mental Toughness Strategies To Help You Reach Your Fitness,
Weight and Health Goals.
Additional articles on The
Mental Game of Weight Control and The
Mental Game of Fitness are available on the International
Mental Game Coaching Association website.
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Bill Cole, MS, MA, is an internationally recognized
expert on peak performance, coaching and the mental game.
He has coached at the highest levels of the Olympics, major-league
pro sports and big-time college athletics. His extensive background
includes a Bachelor of Science (with honors) in Sport Psychology
and post-graduate training in various fields. Learn more about
Bill Cole, The Mental Game