Body change is different for everyone Strategies #8-#9-#10

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Updated: January 7, 2017

Coach Rozy Fat Lose & Get Fit in 30
January 7, 2017 – DAY 7

Body change is different for everyone
Strategies #8-#9-#10

 

We wrap up our 10 Strategies to help you Loss Fat – Get Fit and rock the next 30 days! Here are 8, 9 and 10. Be looking out tomorrow night for our KICK-OFF VIDEO and PDF for our FAT LOSS GET FIT in 30 LAUNCH!

8. Find ways to increase NEAT (Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis)

NEAT is the calories you burn through fidgeting, staying upright and all other physical activities except purposeful exercise. Get a stand-up or treadmill desk, fidget, pace when on the phone, take the stairs, park farther away from where you’re going, etc. These small increases in activity can make a big difference, and can account for hundreds of daily calories.

This, too, varies from person to person and day to day.

This means:

Each of these is highly variable. Which means the ‘energy out’ side of the equation may be just as hard to pin down as the “energy in” side.

9. Develop a solid nightly sleep routine and manage your stress.

Sleep is just as important to your success as nutrition and activity levels. Don’t pretend that you can get by with less. It simply isn’t true.
Often, when people lower their stress, they lose a lot of body water. Then they also notice that they may have lost fat too. (Plus, they may discover that chronic inflammation goes down — another win.)

This includes mental and emotional stress. Research on cognitive dietary restraint (i.e. worrying and stressing out about food) shows that constantly and negatively fixating on what you eat (or don’t) can have the same unhealthy effect as actually dieting stringently.

Yet we need some stress to actually help with progress and growth, so find your stress sweet spot – that’s the spot between good stress and bad stress!

10. Have some self-compassion.

There are going to be meals and/or days where you don’t eat as you “Should”. It’s OK. It happens to everyone. Recognize it, accept it, forgive yourself, and then get back on track.

Research actually shows that self-compassion and flexible eating is associated with lower BMI and a healthier body weight, lower self-reported calorie intake, less anxiety and stress, and a better relationship with food.
And make sure that the body you really want aligns with the life you really want. Understand what is required to reach different levels of body composition. Consider the impact that will have on your life, and choose accordingly.

Now – are you ready to Rock n Rout!!

Lets GO!!!!

Coach Rozy

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