Fit tips & inspiration to simplify your health journey.
If you could do ONE thing that would guarantee that you reached your your goals EVERY SINGLE TIME, would you do it?
I'm not talking about a magic pill that keeps you motivated or special 3-step plan that resolves all your excuses and makes the journey easy.
The truth is that the journey is supposed to be hard--so that you lean on God and not yourself.
HOWEVER, there is ONE thing that
YOU can do to guarantee you will succeed in reaching your goals..
.and it is this:
BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR GOALS
YOU CAN CONTROL.
First, take responsibly for your actions by being accountable to yourself, God and at least one other person whom you trust.
Track your activity, pray often & use Scripture to empower you and invite one person to encourage you and keep you focused on your goal.
Second, set goals that are within your power to control. You can't control how much weight you will lose each week, because honestly there are so many variables that alter our metabolism...
But you can control how much you SWEAT (sleep, water intake, eat clean/exercise, be accountable and time your meals) each day.
It may take some extra planning and preparation, but even when interruptions come,
FOCUS on what is in your ability to be responsible for.
When you focus on what you CAN control,
then God will take care of those things
that only He was intended to control!
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A Jesus girl who desires to honor God with my everyday choices! I love my family, sweating with my friends, and anything chocolate!
Every week, we focus on a Scripture & Sweat Goal in efforts to train ourselves to honor God with our bodies and our everyday choices. We refer to these as our weekly #FAITHfocus & #FITfocus.
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Do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit?
You are not your own. You were bought with a price.
Therefore, Honor God with your body.
1 Corinthians 6:19, 20