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An Adrenaline Boost to Lose Weight

Losing weight can be a tough goal to achieve.
Let's face it, it can be truly frustrating to get rid of those pesky pounds that continually stick around the body.

 To make matters worse it can become increasingly difficult if you are repeatedly unsuccessful in meeting your target objective since that's not going to help your motivation to continue on with your intended goal.

 Time to get an adrenaline boost to inspire you to improve your weight loss efforts.

One of the main issues when faced trying to lose weight is that there are so many things that must be taken care of on a daily basis.
Weight loss can often come in third, fourth, or maybe even fifth place on your priorities list.
 With something that far down on a list of importance, it's easy to overlook the little things that need to be taken care of in order for you to be successful losing weight.

Naturally first you have your family and possibly kids that need your immediate attention, then likely your job and all the pressure and deadlines associated with that.
 Next you may have your significant other to worry about, then maybe your household needs your attention.

 With all these other important matters to attend to it can be rather easy to forget about your healthy agenda to lose weight and get fit. Or in all reality, you may just be too tired by the end of the day to care much about weight loss any longer.

One way to combat this issue is to give yourself an adrenaline boost of motivation to help bring the goal of weight loss to the forefront of your priorities.

Granted it won't, nor should it, replace any of the aforementioned necessities, but at least the idea of sticking with weight loss will remain in the back of your head throughout the day.

Here's how you can do this. Take a quick moment to weigh yourself each and every morning and track it on a monthly wall calendar.
What that means is to simply tack up a monthly calendar (you can usually find one for a $1 at the dollar store) in your bathroom or where you keep your scale and in the morning before showering, hop on your scale and whatever number pops up, write that directly on the day on your calendar.

You will soon have a fantastic day-by-day tracker by taking this simple, yet important step, it will help force the weight loss issue to remain in the back of your mind inspiring you to make healthy nutritional choices throughout the day.

Making poor nutritional choices once or twice a day is usually what prevents a person from reaching their weight loss goal.
 As shocking as that may sound, one slip in a snacking instance allowing yourself to binge on chips and soda can easily toss 1,000+ calories into your body. You're just not going to lose weight that way!

However, if you get into the habit of weighing yourself every morning, you'll get that all-important adrenaline boost so when the thought of snacking on something unhealthy pops up in your mind, you'll remember that you're going to weigh yourself the next day and hopefully you'll stick with something nutritious instead.

Weight loss success is the culmination of many small decisions made for a prolonged period of time.

The more weight you want to lose, the longer the process generally takes. You can do it as long as you're willing to make some changes in how you live your life, and stick with the process.

Gregory L. Gomez, a LAUSD teacher who's also on journey to develop a healthy life in an effort to lose weight and get in shape.
 Follow his progress on http://HealthyChoicesInLife.com as he strives to lose nearly 100 pounds by eating healthy and maintaining a consistent exercise routine. Get a FREE monthly Healthy Choices Newsletter along with a Healthy Eating eBook just for stopping by at http://healthychoicesinlife.com/healthy-eating.

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