The Beginners Guide to a Body Transformation…
We all have to start somewhere, right?
Here is a guide for every beginner wanting to make a successful body transformation.
Step 1: Recognize the thoughts that prompted you to want to change your body.
Are you feeling low on energy, uncomfortable in your clothes, want a tighter midsection, experienced a health scare, or simply want to gain more confidence in yourself?
Once you know what that initial thought was then start to build on it.
You can use your thoughts to discover what you want your body transformation to look like.
You can start to envision how you will feel along the way.
How you will look when you get there.
You can imagine feeling vibrant, happy, and confident as you gaze down at your flatter—toned midsection.
Imagine the journey along with the destination.
We can use our heart energy and emotion to fuel our transformation.
Step 2: Map out a phase 1 goal.
For example – in 4 weeks I want to feel my pants fitting looser and have more energy. This may not be a final transformation goal just a mile marker. Start there.
Step 3: Figure out the detailed steps of what the day- to -day activities will look like to get you there.
Break them down in terms of how much time you will need to accomplish them.
For example, workout for 45 minutes 5 times per week, twice per week cook and prep healthy food for 30 minutes, log food in journal daily for 20 minutes daily, and journal feelings when I have cravings for 10 minutes 3x a day, etc.
Step 4: Schedule the time in your calendar.
Find a time that you can be available and make it a non-negotiable time. Be consistent daily with the steps.
Step 5: Track your progress daily.
Before bed or at the end of the day take a look at all of the things that you did (no matter how small) to get you closer to your transformation goal.
And there you have it – your beginner’s step- by -step guide to real body transformation.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but they were laying bricks every hour.
Focusing on your daily habits are more important than your outcomes.