It is easy to convince yourself that getting rid of those unwanted excess pounds of fat is just not going to happen for you. Not because you have not tried. You have. But each time the result of going on a new diet or exercise program has been to end up where you started.
That's not only not much fun, it demoralizes you and makes it that much more likely you'll give up the next time at an even earlier stage.
Failure tends to follow on failure. It's exactly the kind of spiral that sucks ships to the bottom of the ocean and keeps you from imagining real weight loss success.
Instead, what you need to do is break the cycle. Instead of allowing your subconscious mind to convince you that you are wasting your time trying to lose weight (because you've already been down this road and look where it has got you every other time) you need to recalibrate your thinking.
But you cannot do this simply by repeating to yourself that this time it is going to be different. That kind of positive thinking is great for STARTING your latest plan of action, but it won't provide you with a whole lot of staying power.
Here's what will. It is called The Weight Loss Motivation Bible.
It is a comprehensive system for reprogramming your subconscious mind so that you are always highly motivated to lose that excess weight. The author is Carolyn Hansen, a former bodybuilding champion who has been involved in the fitness industry for more than 30 years.
She believes that the number one factor that keeps people from reaching their weight loss goals is that they do not realize that their mind is constantly working against them, sabotaging their efforts to get into better shape. She says this goes on WITHOUT their knowledge, so it is really difficult to combat without proper instruction.
Imagine for a moment that you have a dual personality, and that one of the personalities has no idea that the other one is constantly slipping in subliminal messages to control the actions of the other. That's exactly what Carolyn Hansen says is going on with most people who are unable to lose weight. They don't realize they are carrying around a second "weight loss personality" that does not respect your desire to make changes to your body.
You need to flush that personality out, says Carolyn, and replace it with one that knows how to motivate and encourage you. That's how you achieve the kind of trim, vibrant body that you know is buried beneath those unsightly pounds of unwanted body fat.
If you want to exorcise that uncooperative weight loss personality from your subconscious mind, she says, read her book: The Weight Loss Motivation Bible.