If you want to be the best version of yourself, that means you’re probably going to want to aim for the concurrent goals of getting healthy and adjusting your weight to where you think it should be. For as many millions of failed ways there are to do this, there are some general principles you can follow that will get you closer to success.
You can find a nutrition system and follow it through, you can make sure that you know your body type, you can hit all the pillars of health simultaneously, and you can follow a process that you know you can maintain. Sticking with those general guidelines will get you further than most people do concerning long-term health.
Find a System and Follow It
One of the best ways to look at health, fitness, and weight is by following a nutritional system. Essentially, experts come together in pockets and decide if there is an overarching plan that people can follow that will be as seamless as possible within their current lifestyle. Most of these systems involve particular elements that a specific company or brand is pushing as the best method for your situation.
Know Your Body Type
If you’re going to get healthy and end up at the right weight, you have to know what your body type is. It’s amazing how many people don’t even bother to look this up before they start slamming into new diet, exercise, and nutrition tips. Without knowing your body type, you’re not going to get the results that you want unless you get lucky, or you find someone to mimic that already has the kind of body that you do.
Hit All the Pillars of Health
There are multiple pillars of health. You need to eat right. You need to exercise right. You also need to keep a good attitude about your fitness. If you’re missing any one of those three pillars, then your progress is going to be much slower than it would be otherwise. Regarding efficiency, all of those pieces are necessary for success.
Do Something You Can Maintain
And lastly, you need to make sure that whatever aim you have regarding health and weight gain or loss, it’s something that you can maintain. Going on a starvation diet to lose weight isn’t exactly healthy, but it works. But then what happens when you get to your desired weight? How are you going to maintain yourself there without continuing to starve yourself? By moving in smaller increments and adjusting your behaviors in a way that you can sustain over time, not only are you being healthy and reaching your desired goal, but you’re reaching it in a way that you can stay there long term.
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