The Fight To Get Fit

the fight to get fitHave you had many struggles over the years losing weight and getting into shape? Let’s face it, losing 30, 50, 80, 100+ pounds may be terribly difficult to accomplish especially if you have trouble controlling what you eat and getting a regular form of exercise.

This entire process can be thought of as a fight to get fit.

When you’re just starting out, it can seem like an enormous task that will never be achieved which is one reason why so many people quit within days of beginning. To lose substantial amount of weight takes focus and dedication cause let’s face it, 50 pounds isn’t going to simply fall off our body in a week or two.

Taking On The Fight To Get Fit

Realistically, you can expect to lose anywhere between 4-10 pounds per month depending on how well you maintain healthy eating habits and how often you exercise. Therefore to shed 50 pounds of fat off your body in a healthy manner, that will take a minimum of 5 months of focus. The less focus you maintain, the longer it will take to lose your target amount.

It’s going to be a fight, a battle testing your will power and dedication on a daily basis. The process will be especially difficult if you are used to eating fast food, drinking soda, and eating unhealthy snacks on a regular basis. It is these types of choices that will have to be changed if you are going to have any chance of coming out of this fight the winner.

But don’t feel as though you must fight the perfect fight in order to win for this is not the case whatsoever.

when you don't even tryAs in any boxing match, even the winning fighter will have been hit quite a number of times, especially if the match goes the entire 12 rounds. The same goes for your weight loss efforts. You may take a hit every now and then in this weight loss fight, but it’s how you respond to those hits that will determine how well you rebound from the blow.

In other words, on the random day when you give in to the temptation to order a double bacon cheeseburger combo with french fries and a soda that’s definitely a big upper cut punch since that particular meal is well over 1,800 calories by itself. The fighter who is determined to win the weight loss battle will deal with this uppercut blow, but quickly get back to what they know is going to help them win this fight – healthy eating habits along with exercising 4-6 days per week.

You can consider each round of this fight as one month. Keep track of home many “hits” you take that month. Three to five hits are ok per round, but if you’re taking 10-20 hits each round then most likely this fight to get fit will be short-lived and the end results will be no weight loss.

If you truly want to win this fight, then you must take it upon yourself to make healthy choices not only at breakfast or dinner but throughout the day. When you are able to grasp a stranglehold on your daily nutritional intake, then you will no longer be in a fight to get fit contest since you will already be the winner.


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