January 18th, 2010
by Scott Tousignant · Filed Under: Fat Loss Motivation
Are you ready to get this week started off on the right foot by sharing your daily action steps that you intend to take today, which will bring you even closer to achieving your ultimate fat loss goal? Awesome!
If you haven’t celebrated your small victories from last week yet, please take a moment to do that now by visiting Fat Loss Successes Last Week
If you are unfamiliar with how we run our daily accountability here’s the details:
1) Share your long term goal
2) Let us know if you followed through with your daily action steps from yesterday
3) Let us know what your daily action steps are for today
4) Let us know if there is any way that we can help you.
As usual I will take the lead and have you follow up in the comment box below.
Scott’s Long Term Goal: Ripped 6 pack abs by April 1st
I had a great weekend and followed through with my daily action steps. I took the weekend off from training as planned and was active with my family. We had a lot of fun swimming yesterday among other things.
I ate really well all weekend long which is always a great victory worth celebrating. I satisfied my chocolate cravings on Saturday night with 6 Oreo cookies. This was planned and the rest of my day went well. Although there are still plenty more Oreo’s left I don’t feel the temptation for them right now. The deep breathing exercises have been going very well and are quickly becoming a habit as it’s a part of my day that I really enjoy.
Scott’s Daily Action Steps: Today I will do a 10 minute quickie workout and ride the stationary bike for 30 minutes. My toe is beginning to get better and I’m hoping to get back to some 10 minute body weight cardio by the end of the week. I will spend 10 minutes performing deep breathing exercises and practice mindful eating where I eat to satisfaction rather than over indulge. I will consume more fruits and veggies today as well.
Just knowing that you are reading this post is help enough for me. It’s been great accountability for me and I appreciate you checking in.
Now it’s your turn to hold yourself publicly accountable to achieving your daily action steps. Go for it!
Keeping It Real,