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Why It's Important Not to Believe Everything You Think About You

Self-bashing, doubts, and negative thoughts can derail your fitness. We tend to be harsh with how we feel about our bodies and self. This kind of negativity can cause you to put off making healthy choices and starting a fitness program. Your mental game is one of the most important parts of achieving success. Remember, your body achieves what the mind believes.

Another huge problem is wasting precious time caring what other people think and comparing yourself to others. Instead of being positive about fitness, we often become intimidated. Possibly even resentful and angry. We give into self-sabotage and what's the use attitudes.

Why are many of you continuing to forget your own goals and striving to live up to someone else's standards and fitness results? Your drive to accomplish the grass is greener on the other side has clouded your thoughts. You are so focused on not measuring up, you are failing to see how fabulous you really are. You can turn your mental game around in your favor.

Each day is an opportunity to be proud of your efforts. Instead of being upset about losing only one pound, be happy to have lost one pound. Did you notice how that got switched around? We have to stop believing everything we think about ourselves. This has become a big problem getting in the way of your health and fitness goals.

What you believe determines your life, health, and happiness. Negative thoughts will take you down while positive feelings uplift and carry you to great places. Getting fit takes acceptance of being a beginner and progressing each day. Did you workout? Eat healthier? Awesome and be happy to have achieved a daily goal.

Fitness is really a simple process we often complicate with negative stuff. Time to toss out the negative committee living in your heads. You are stronger than all that useless noise between your ears.

Working on your mental game will create a healthy, happy life. If it helps, write positive affirmations on post-it notes and stick on your bathroom mirror or computer. It's not only important to read what they say, but also to believe the words. 

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