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Get Back On Track
You’ve spent the week enjoying the diwali festivities, hogging on sweets and all the delicious food that came along with it. We’ve spent the weekend or probably a little longer indulging to our satisfaction, many of us have probably started a couple of days in advance.
And if you are already in a guilt trip of having over indulged, hey! It’s alright! It was perhaps a well deserved break that your body and mind wanted. And, you have the rest of the year to look after your fitness goals.
Agreed that It does take some motivation and discipline to get back on track. The most difficult question is, how do you get back into the swing of healthy things.
Here are some ways through which you can take control over your mind and get back to a fitness routine:
Don’t Beat Yourself Up- You need not work your ass off over what you ate during Diwali. No 2 hour cardio sessions, generating negative thoughts about how things should have been done differently. Relish the good time you spent with your loved ones, friends etc.
Break Up With The Weighing Scale- If you feel bloated, you know it. The scale will tell you the same thing but will also put you in a bad mood and most probably send you into a binge. Speaking of, most of the "weight" you gain will be water weight. The measuring tape is the person who’ll tell you if you’ve gained or lost inches and not the weighing scale.
Organize Your Morning- Let’s face the fact that we all have hectic jobs. Organizing can actually do wonders if done correctly. Prepare things a day in advance probably at night. Pack your gym bag. Plan your meals and if possible, have them prepped and waiting for you.
Donate Extra Food- If there’s extra food around the house which probably is the case, then get rid of it. You don’t want unhealthy, calorie-laden food to tempt you. Hand it over to the underprivileged. Better that the food goes to them than on your hips and bellies right