Remember that social media feeds are simply highlight reels. Social media makes it all too easy to compare ourselves, our lives, and our fitness accomplishments to other people’s. The truth is social media is almost always the highlight reel of a person’s life. We typically post the most joyful moments while we’re looking our best. Posts have been filtered, angled, and altered to look great. These posts leave out all the difficulty and real life components that are behind the joyful moments. Don’t compare your life to someone else’s highlight reel—their presentation of perfectionism is only a glimpse of their life and not the whole story. Always remember that. Go after your fitness goals by having your own benchmarks and the sky is the limit. 1. Create a diary of your workouts
2. Create a diary of your meals
3. Remember to audit how you fell each day. This way you will find the right combination of eating the right foods, and doing the right workouts to help you reach your goals.
4. Remember to take it 1 day at a time.
Some things you can’t rush. Remember that you can make a tree grow faster by planting more seeds around it. And you don”t reach your goals over night. It’s a decision you make every day to be the man or woman you always dreamed to be.