Women take on a demanding exercise program and a well thought out nutritional regime for one reason – we want to look and feel better. We want the best for ourselves. We intrinsically know that if we are operating on an optimal level then our wishes and dreams will start to come true. That matters. To all of us.
We are told, however, that there are slick shortcuts to get us there. We then can overlook some things and change the language on other things and then become very good at talking about it. But we aren’t very good at doing it because there is one ingredient missing… accountability.
What gets measured gets done. What gets done gets done again. And again. A routine develops. Patterns emerge. Results begin to repeat. New benchmarks are created. Old behaviors slip away. You don’t have to figure out now how to think differently. You are different now.
With an individual routine, you will develop an enthusiasm for the work itself. A course of action is built. Goals are reached. The score is tallied. As time goes on, one personal record after another gets broken through exercise. Clothes are actually fitting. Food is providing. Challenges are being welcomed now. And you are setting your sights further still because you are who you’re supposed to be.