If you struggle with consistency, maybe your definition of consistency looks too much like perfection.
But really, look at what your ‘consistency’ looks like.
Is it exercising for exactly 60 minutes a day, 5 times a week, rain, shine, and everything in between?
Or is it simply moving your body on a regular basis? And being okay with 20 minutes when you can’t get in your normal workout?
Is it hitting 1500 calories each and every day, never more, no matter what?
Or is it monitoring your portions, eating healthy foods most of the time, and listening to your body?
You see, consistency only works when it’s something you can actually do for the long-term. If you’re giving up as soon as you make one ‘bad’ decision because you’re no longer ‘perfect’, we have a problem.
Putting harsh restrictions on yourself, especially ones that keep you from friends and family or make you feel lousy all the time then kicking yourself when you ‘slip-up’, is not the kind of consistency that gets you results.
All that gets you is frustrated, lonely, miserable, or even worse, injured.
Tune it for tips to shift your mindset and ways to look at things differently to help you get consistent and progress toward your goals!
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