I stopped weighing myself last year. Doing so helped me gain the upper hand of my eating disorder, as my exact weight defied everything I did… I weighed 47kg, and if the scale said one day I weighed 47.6kg, I’d horrendously cut calories for days and overexercise. It was a nightmare.
I don’t even know what I weigh anymore, but if I’m fitting in AUS size 6, eating great amounts of good food [and the odd crap], having my partner worry far less, and working out alot without fearing of fainting, then I’m doing just fine.
Drink more water…
One tip I tell people is to toss away all the junk food in the house and replace it with the good stuff. This way, you’ll have no choice but to cook healthy meals [or learn how to cook them]. It’s always hard those first few days/weeks, but once you get some good nutrients into you, it’ll be alot easier to get motivated.
Another thing I’d do is to enroll yourself into your local gym, if you can afford it. This way, you’ll feel obliged to go and get healthy. I’d even try booking a personal trainer- they’ll kick you into shape.
Last but not least is to collect health and fitness magazines and always keep one in your bag. Highlight or circle all your favourite tips, spot awesome new workout gear, and jot down some new recipes.
The little things will all add up in the long run!
Raw Vegan Burrito!
Check out my YouTube to see how I made this beauty-
The video should be up now :)
omg iS RIGHT
Where do u find lettuce that big???
It’s collard greens :)
After a huge lunch and a baby nap. I don’t understand but I’ll take it. Thank you body 😘😘😘
Loaded Sweet Potatoes with Spinach, Walnuts and Cranberries…RECIPE
Fabulous Flat Abs GIFs from Pilates Bootcamp!
Do this routine every other day for 2 weeks and you will see a noticeable difference in the definition of your abs!