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Taking Your First Step Towards Fat Loss

Friday, December 17, 2010

Losing fat can be easy...

In the past few weeks, I have been speaking to quite a few people who are scared about taking their first steps towards losing the extra fat that has piled on. When you know what you are doing, losing fat can be easy.

If you are stopping yourself from losing fat, then you must identify what it is that is holding you back.

Are you short on cash and scared it will cost a lot? Have you "done it before" and it was hard? Are you scared of doing the exercise because you are unfit? Or are you like most people and you just need more information?

In this wonderful world we live in... there are ways to get information for free everywhere. The problem with that is... If you compile a whole lot of info without having consistency, you will most likely end up getting haphazard results.

I know for myself... when I started learning internet marketing, it was the same. We gathered info from a ton of different reliable sources and tried implementing lots of it and got little in the way of results. When we invested in a coach, we stuck to one plan and did everything he said and we finally started to make money.

In life, when you do something consistently, you get consistent results.

Once you figure out what's holding you back... take the necessary steps to get over it.

Are you not exercising because you are unfit? It won't get any better if you sit on your butt for longer! You have to start somewhere, so just start. Do something. Walk up the stairs at work instead of taking the elevator. Walk, lift weights, swim... Do something you enjoy.

By the way... when you start exercising again... it should hurt. You should push yourself while your exercising. You should feel puffed. Then you should feel sore later. If you don't, you probably aren't training hard enough. I personally love the soreness and know I'm doing something good for myself when I get it. Make sure you get the good soreness, not the hurt yourself soreness.:)

If money is the issue, ask yourself what it will cost you not to take care of your health. If you are overweight, not exercising or eating a healthy diet this can result in serious health problems that can costs thousands of dollars to fix, if you can do anything at all. You could be spending lots on medications or could even be off work and not making any money at all.

Personally, I'd rather invest in myself to stay healthy rather than "fixing" being sick.

If it's education you need, ask the experts. At Targeted Fat Loss, we specialize in helping you lose fat. It's what we do all day every day. We can teach you about nutrition, mindset, exercise and so much more.

If your list of excuses is long and yet you know you are ready to commit to losing fat please be in touch with us to help you take your first steps.

A mentor recently said to me about getting over one of my fears... "The parachute only comes out when you jump". Clarinda Tivoli. Sometimes you just need to take the first step, jump in with utter abandon and know that the parachute will open and you will land... But first you must jump out of the plane.

So who's ready to jump?

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