Tip: Reviewing your progress is a great way to remind yourself of how far you have come on your fitness journey. No matter how small the victory, they add up quick to equal big gains! Remember to keep track of your weight and measurements in a journal and try and stay consistent in recording them at least once a week.
Here are few more tips to help as you review:
- Use a fitness tracker. Using a fitness tracker is a great way to track your progress. There are many types available and you can be sure to find one that fits your needs.
- Journal your progress. Keeping a journal makes it easy to review your progress. No one can remember everything, so take the stress off by taking a few seconds out of your week to log your progress.
- Take before and after picks. Taking before and after pictures is one of the best ways to keep track of the progress you made. I didn't feel like taking before pictures, but I'm sure thankful I did, and you will be too!
- Write about how you feel. Keeping track of how you feel, will lift you up in the future! If you are feeling down you can look back at what make you feel happy and often times it can instantly lift your spirits.
- Make side by side comparison images. Side by side photos are super inspirational. Looking at where you came from, to where you are today is an incredibly inspirational process that you can enjoy for years to come.
Don't be too hard on yourself. No one is perfect. If you fail while on the path to your fitness goal, try again tomorrow.
Day 20: Food examples
At this point in the journey you should have a pretty good handle on the keto diet. Make sure to check out:
Try to get in at least 30-60 mins of continuous physical exercise every day.
- Light weight training
- Climbing stairs
- Walking up hills
- Hiking with pack
- Rucking in the city with hunting boots on
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