Are you a woman over 30 and still struggling to get motivated to workout so you can lose unwanted fat around your hips, thighs and stomach?
Do you find yourself giving excuses as to why you are not working out or do you keep hitting the snooze button in the morning telling yourself it’s just too early to get up to workout?
Ultimately, you feel terrible, sluggish, and your not accomplishing your fitness goals. You are stuck.
I know what it feels like to be stuck, wishing you had a button on your body to press to give you instant motivation.
I struggled with my weight as a teenager and I would go through this same process for many years, which left me very depressed and desperate, I kept thinking there had to be a way I could stay focused to lose weight.
Finally, I discovered some secrets that I used to give me the instant motivation that I needed, and as a result, I achieved the body that I always wanted.
I felt so empowered that it has changed my life and I am on a mission to share my weight loss success with all women over 30 that are struggling to lose weight because they just can’t seem to get motivated.
Most women think that in order to achieve the body of their dreams that they need the perfect exercise and nutrition program.
This is true, but there’s more to it than that. The real secret is learning how to re-program your mind for ultimate fat-loss success by putting yourself in “autopilot” mode.
I want to share with you some simple, yet powerful techniques that I have helped many women just like you to get instant motivational to help get unstuck and create the body you deserve and desire.
The scenario: You are getting ready to go to bed and you decide that you will get up at 6am the next morning to exercise.
The best way to approach this is to tell your subconscious mind “I am getting up at 6am to exercise”. When you tell specifically your subconscious mind to do something it is very powerful.
Your subconscious mind is turned on 24/7, even while you are sleeping. Especially, right before you fall asleep that programming your subconscious is a powerful way to keep you focused. Then, you want to imagine yourself getting up at 6am, jumping out of bed, putting on your workout clothes, and going through your workout.
See yourself complete your workout and notice how you feel when you are done.
One of the most powerful things you can do is to link the feelings that it will bring you once you are done. Keep running this scene in your mind so that you are strongly connected to it.
Practice this each time and you will start to notice how much easier it is getting up and working out.