You’re not alone.
Almost all people who have gone through a weight loss journey, at some point will hit a plateau.
You start out on fire. You’re high on what you’ve accomplished and you are more excited about your new lifestyle or diet than ever before.
This is what you’ve been waiting for. That life-changing point where you finally begin shedding the weight. You believe deep down that this is going to change e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. From the moment you wake up until your head hits the pillow, you’re obsessed with your new diet and keeping a watchful eye on the number on the scale. You’re happiness becomes determined by a number.
Then life happens and you hit a rough patch.
You fall into the dreaded plateau. Things get complicated, you get discouraged and that leaves nothing. Not even an ounce of willpower standing between you and that slice of cake. Suddenly everything that was going so great has morphed into frustration, discouragement and frequent cravings. The negative thoughts begin to creep in and you become trapped.
Maybe you’ll never lose the weight after all.
It should, because if you are like most people who have gone on a weight loss journey, you’LL hit a rough patch, a plateau. If you hope to overcome that weight loss plateau by getting your metabolism back, this video is for you. My hope is that you will find and understand your true motivation for weight loss and use these tips to navigate to your final destination. A life of health.
As promised, these tips are simple. So simple there are no reasons why you can’t implement them today. One small, simple step in the right direction each day forever can be more influential than sporadic all-in days.
Overcoming that weight loss plateau and finding true health takes time, trust and consistency.
No matter what, remember this you must get healthy to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy.
That journey to weight loss needs to be less about weight and more about health.
And always remember, your weight has nothing to do with your beauty. Your purpose is not determined by a number. Live for who you are today, respect and honor your body and work to make healthy changes not just weight loss changes.
Now I’d love to hear from you.
In the comments below, let me know, have you ever overcome a weight loss plateau? What changed that made the weight loss stall? What change did you make to overcome this?
Remember to share as much details as possible as you have the potential to help countless lives who are struggling with this topic.
Do you know of anyone in the same journey as you? Those who are looking for relief? Forward this on to your friends or anyone who could use a boost of encouragement and direction in their health journey. Thanks so much for making this video possible and thanks to Teresa for the powerful question.