Write about your experience, including your feelings, friendships, hardships, etc. This will allow you to see your progress.
Seeing your starting point, the journey and the result will give you a sense of achievement.
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Instead of browsing social media, use that time to exercise or do something that actually helps you.
Set your priorities and the time for them. Once scheduled, they will become second nature.
Once you decide what you want to do, it takes little time to do it. For exercise, fifteen minutes is all it takes to get your heart pumping, and you're done for the day.
Even though you want to share with the world that you've gone to the gym or started a diet, don't share your progress until you've done it for three or six months. It will keep you going for longer and make you consistent.
It is important to share your experience later on because someone else may be going through the same struggles and would value your input.
It will show how to achieve what you set out to achieve.
Willpower will fail, but if you fit what you want to achieve in your schedule, you will get the results.
Keystone habits lead to the development of multiple good habits.
Exercise is a good example of this. Once you start to change your exercise habits, it sets off a chain reaction that changes other habits as well: you start feeling good about your body, you eat healthy foods, you procrastinate less, etc.
It's a training philosophy that coaches people of all shapes and sizes to improve their physical well-being and cardiovascular fitness through varied and challenging workouts.
Each day, the workout will test a different part of your functional strength or conditioning, not specializing in one particular thing, but rather with the goal of building a body that’s capable of practically anything and everything.