Are you wanting to learn 7 quick and easy ways to hold yourself accountable?
Holding yourself accountable is tough.
When was the last time you committed to yourself, started something new, only to find yourself days later lost and not knowing what to do?
We all have been there.
We always make sure to put your fitness first, and help you take one step closer to your goals everyday.
Therefore, here 7 quick and easy ways to hold yourself accountable:
Engage in your own community
Not a social media person? That’s just fine. Tell a friend about your goal and text them everyday about whether you did it or not.
Set reminders on your phone
Schedule your workouts like appointments you can’t miss. Set an appointment every week for your meal prep. Set a reminder to drink 20oz of water 4x a day.
Tell a friend when you are planning on going to the gym
By putting your intentions out there, you have created an expectation that you will want to follow through on.
Print off a calendar
For example, hang it in a visible spot, and cross off the days you hit the gym or stayed true to your nutrition plan, so that you can visually see all the marks of your success. Success breeds motivation.
This is only for the social media peeps
Share your story on social media or another public forum. There is something to be said for putting it all out there, because you never know it may impact others to take action!
Take progress pics
To see our progress, we have to keep in perspective where we started. We get used to how we currently look because change is subtle and gradual.
Constantly remind yourself of your “why”
A goal is great, but if we don’t know why we want to reach it, it doesn’t mean much. Take a picture of your why and make it the background on your phone.
The key isn’t doing all of these things all of the time.
The key is to experiment and find what works best for you.
After all, this is your story and these are your goals.