Let's face it, you're going to fall off your routine at some point in time.
Maybe it's easy to jump back onto, or maybe not.
When you're motivated, excited, it's easy to get to the gym and follow a diet. But when things aren't going as well, when you dread what you're doing - it's much harder to find that motivation.
And getting started is always the hardest part.
Luckily, there are some easier ways to go about it.
First you have to look at why it's hard to get back on, or why you fell off in the first place. It may just be unsustainable for you at this point in your life. It's too much pressure, too much commitment.
If you try to go 'all in' again, like you were before... you're not going to last.
So be honest with yourself, take a close look at your responsibilities and what you can actually commit to before you get started. If you have a plan that's too ambitious, you're only going to let yourself down.
EVEN IF YOU'RE ACTUALLY KICKING ASS.
Just because your plan was too lofty.
So start small. Set your small goals (like I stated in my last email), and create a workout program and diet program that you'll actually stick to.
You can build over time. You can always add extra workout days, extra cardio, or extra exercises.
Think of it like progressive overload. You don't go in the gym squatting 315lbs your first day. You have to progressively challenge yourself with more weight and more reps - that's how you build strength.
The same goes for your workout program and diet. Start where you need to. It could be walking every day, or getting to the gym twice per week. Or it could be following a simple diet that you find easy to commit to.
It could even be something as small as drinking Greens Factor everyday. Not only will it help you build your commitment and your willpower, but it's about as easy as it gets.
Plus, when you take it consistently, you'll feel so much better. Less stomach trouble, fewer bathroom problems... no bubble guts.
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