Happy Monday! So lately I've been getting asked by people how I stay consistent with my eating habits and my working out habits and trying to balance everything.
✏️First things first: PRIORITIES. If you have a stressful week with exams it's okay to skip a few days because your future is more important! 📚 my favorite saying "you won't get your dream body in a day and you won't lose it in a day". Make a schedule and stick to it! Planning your week will help you stay on track with all your goals
🏋🏻♀️second: MAKE HABITS. It takes 21 days to make a habit. Be consistent. Be motivated. And most important, be HAPPY❤️ when you don't feel like going to the gym just because that's when you get up and push yourself! You have to be motivated if you want that body. If there's days where you feel mentally and physically exhausted, listen to your body🙏🏻 can't stress this enough. Give your body the time it needs to recover. If you're a beginner try starting by going to the gym 3-4 times a week.
🥕Lastly the most important factor: diet. Your diet is what will make or break you. You can workout all you want but if you're not eating right you won't get far. Eat those fruits and veggies. Every meal should have protein, carbs, and veggies. Carbs are our friends 🙃🥔. We need them to have energy during that workout 💪🏻 also don't be afraid to reward yourself. It's all about keeping balance. If you always deprive yourself of foods you love there's a strong chance you might binge. Eating that slice of pizza🍕 or burger 🍔 won't ruin your progress! Trust me,I would know 🙈😋
🔆 Remember friends, when you can do something consistently and without the fear of running "off track", you WILL come out on top. Never give up. You deserve it. Your body deserves it. 👏🏻 #motivationalmonday #health #fitnessaddict #fitness #workout