Secret Of Before And After Weight Loss
In the nearly eternal quest to lose weight, people seem willing to do just about anything. It has been that way ever since people felt societal pressure to lose weight, and is sure to continue for many years to come. They will submit themselves to food they don't like, brutal exercise regimens, and the downright bizarre. But there's one thing very few of them do, and it can greatly increase their odds of permanent weight loss. What is it? Documenting their progress with before and after photos. Huh? Does that sound like a dumb idea to you? Don't laugh.
It can have a major psychological impact; before, during and after your weight loss. It has the same effect as writing down your goals. Just by doing this step, you will increase your odds of success. Look at it this way, you will be working hard, eating right and exercising to lose weight. Before and after weight loss photos won't make the weight come off, but they are another tool in your arsenal in the battle of the bulge.
If you have children, then you've heard comments from relatives who haven't seen them for a while. They say, "oh, they've gotten so tall", or something similar. That's one of the reasons for doing before and after weight loss photos, it's not always easy to see your own weight coming off because you see yourself every day. But when you can look back at the visual evidence, it's a game changer. It's motivational. Here's the best way to do it to maximize your results. Take a photo every so many days, but with no more than a week between. Try for the same pose, in the same clothes, in the same location in your house. This next part will be harder at first. Expose as much of your body as decency allows.
If you're a female a sports bra and shorts; if you're a male then just a pair of shorts. You want to see the bigger picture (pardon the pun). And don't forget to do one picture for each a front and side view. Refer to the photos later to see how far you have come. Put them up in the trouble spots around your home. For example, on the door of your refrigerator to keep you from binging, or on your weight bench to encourage to do a few reps. It's up to you whether or not you will share them with anybody else. But there's a good chance that your desire to share will increase with the number of pounds you lose. So, be sure to eat right, get moving and get healthy. And while your at it, go ahead and keep a visual record of your progress, you'll be glad you did.