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How to Avoid the Pig Out when Dieting
One of the biggest concerns that dieters have is the fear of falling off the weight loss wagon, and then, to make matters worse, pig out. If youíve been there before, you know exactly what Iím talking about. The mentality that, ďI might as well go all out or not go out at allĒ should not be embraced in regards to failing if you want to be successful on your diet and weight loss plan.
It is natural to cheat, and everyone falls off the wagon once in a while. If you didnít, you wouldnít be human. Falling off the weight loss wagon and giving into your chocolate craving does not mark the end of your diet success. You can have a bad diet and exercise day, but make sure you donít let that stop you from continuing on your way to weight loss success.
Remember, itís not how far you fall that counts, but how quickly you get up. If youíve eaten something you know you shouldnít have, donít write off all your hard work and give up. Learn to accept that youíve made a mistake and then aim to rectify it by getting back up on your feet, jumping back on that weight loss wagon and not letting this downfall get you down.
During wars soldiers get injured all the time; do you think that stops them from fighting back? In sport, soccer and rugby players, swimmers and tennis players have all had bad spells, where they were not at the top of the game, which may have caused them to lose the game. Do you think they gave up? Well if they did, then you probably donít know who those sports people are. A true champion is someone that fights to reach their goal despite their possible downfalls.
It is far easier to give up than it is to achieve your weight loss goal, but remember if it was that easy to lose weight, then everyone would be walking around with perfect bodies. The reward at the end of your weight loss journey will be so much more rewarding than any amount of junk food overload. And if you donít believe me, keep saying to yourself that nothing tastes as good as slim feels. It works and it is very, very true!
Author: Dimi Ingle.
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