Anonymous asked: Do you have tips on starting over and getting back on track?
Take it easy. I see people make drastic changes only to fail in a few weeks. Cut unhealthy things, food and people from your life one by one. Replace somethings with healthier alternatives. Go workout. Do something you find easy. Tomorrow do if for an extra second, or for one more rep. Do this daily. Slow progress is still progress. You’ll have your off days. accept it. But you will have more good days. Positivity is key. Don’t restrict, if you like something don’t cut it out just because it’s unhealthy. That’s not living. Make goals, and action plans. and deadlines if you want, but they don’t matter. Have fun. Laugh. Find something you enjoy. Do it. Fitness and becoming healthy isn’t for everyone. If it’s not for you, that’s okay too. :)
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