Weight Loss Motivators
Reward Yourself For
Weight Loss Goals
Stay motivated in your weight loss efforts by
giving yourself small rewards throughout the process. Break your goals
down into smaller, more manageable chunks.
Looking at the big picture can often be
intimidating. If you have a lot of weight to lose, realistically, it
could be a long road ahead until your reach your goal weight. It is
important to reward yourself throughout your weight loss journey to
stay motivated. First, set up your long-term and short-term goals for
your weight loss efforts. These goals should be personal and focus on
the things you need the most improvement on.
Long-Term Weight Loss Goals
Examples of long-term weight loss goal rewards include:
Long-term weight loss goals are important for the big picture. You
should have a vision of your final goals. What is your goal weight or
size? What will it feel like when you reach this goal?
- A weekend vacation or cruise
- A new wardrobe in your new, smaller size.
- Update your look.
- A large piece of work equipment.
Once you have this image of your end result, break
it down into smaller chunks. Goal-orientated rewards work better if
they occur more often. Even small rewards can keep you motivated to
stay on track.
Short-Term Weight Loss Goals
Short-term weight loss goals can be all the bits and pieces that
collectively bring you to your long-term goal. They can be related to
weigh loss, food, exercise, water intake and other areas of personal
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