I'm back from the road, and I'm ready to get back in the saddle. Last time I was 220.6 and I'm at 221.8 so I'm ready to recommit. Back Home is Back To Your Triggers When I'm on the road I don't know where the closest ice cream place is. I don't...
I'm back from the road, and I'm ready to get back in the saddle. Last time I was 220.6 and I'm at 221.8 so I'm ready to recommit.
When I'm on the road I don't know where the closest ice cream place is. I don't know where all the bad stuff is located. That's a good thing.
We all know what steps are good. Things like:
We also know things that are bad such as:
So we know what we need to do, but we still do the wrong thing. That seems weird. I think its called being human. Don't beat your self up, but instead take a second and figure WHY you are making these bad choices. WHAT TRIGGERED YOU?
The sooner you figure this out, the sooner you can come up with ways to not get triggered.
When you look at your actions ask yourself, "Is this going to lead me to lose weight or gaining weight?" If it's not going to move you in the right direction STOP.
01:15 Weigh In
03:00 Black or White - Good or Bad
15:38 Upright Go Review
19:16 The Stupidest Way To Start the Day and it Works
I got an Upright Go 2 to help me sit up straight and it does that really well. However, I also slouch (move my shoulders inward). You can sit up straight and still slouch and there are braces and such to help get your shoulders in line. The Upright Go vibrates when you stop sitting up straight. It's pretty cool.
I listened to Zig Ziglar "See you at the top" and he was talking about starting the day by clapping your hands and saying "Today is going to be a great day." It sounds goofy. I say try it. It seems to work.