How to Make Losing Weight a Habit When You’re Unmotivated

Building healthy habits can be hard, but making these small changes in your mindset and focus can help you turn new practices into automatic habits!

Breaking Bad Habits


Change "I can't" to "I don't."  When you tell yourself that the unhealthy habit is simply something that you don’t do, you trick your brain into thinking it’s a fact.

Making a Decision


When you commit to DOING instead of TRYING, you increase your chances of success.

Take Baby Steps


Tiny habits lead to bigger habits.

Example: Instead of committing to an hour long workout, start with committing to a 10-minute workout each day. 

Once it's a habit, you can increase the workout time!

Focus on What You CAN Do


Can’t exercise for an hour a day? That's ok!

Focus on the fact that you CAN do 50 squats before you eat lunch.

Observe What Works


Take note of those NSVs (non-scale victories) and other positive changes.

Example: feeling less bloated or having more energy throughout your day than before.

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