During week one, you're excited, motivated, and full of enthusiasm. You're learning some new workout techniques and diet tips. Week two, you're a bit sore, and the reality of what it takes to maintain a fitness lifestyle is starting to settle in a bit. But you're still determined to push through.
By the time week three rolls around, you're missing your old foods. You might be finding it hard to balance your everyday life with your new fitness goals. Maybe your friends and family are even starting to heckle you a bit or tell you how much they've been missing you at all the dinners and parties.
This is all normal! But more importantly, it does get easier. It may seem hard right now because you're still trying to navigate your old habits and get to know your fitness personality type. But once you get your foundation set, it will become second nature.
This week, give high priority to the challenge James Grage has created for your personality type. If you've been putting that part of the trainer off, now's the time to start it. There's too much at stake to leave this up to chance!
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The Thinker: Move two of your workouts to a time you aren't used to training. This will show you that you can deal with disruptions in your schedule and still stick to your goals.
The Provider: Bring and eat one of your meals during a business meeting or to any one of your other obligations.
The Socializer: This week, I want you to miss a social event. What you do with the extra time you have is up to you, but I suggest you use it do something fitness-related.
The Feeler: Post some progress pictures on BodySpace. You'll be surprised at how much positive reinforcement you receive from your social community!
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