I don’t want to see food as my enemy anymore. I don’t want to spend my life between diets, with small term success for long time shame of my own body.
Losing weight, is not my life purpose.
I am so much more then my weight. I am not a bad person because I ate too much.
I am not a failure because I weight 20 pounds more.
I’m worthy of love even if I don’t fit in my old jeans.
I’m worthy of happiness even if I gave up the gym.
I’m worthy, no matter my mistakes.
I’m worthy of eating food that will make me feel energized. Food that is good for my health. Not because I want to loose weight, but because my body is worth to be nourished and loved.
I need to see food for what it is: a gift.
Not a war.
Should you focus more on your nutrition or your training? Which one is more important?
Does what you eat really impact your results more than your training? Or Is it possible to outwork a bad nutrition?
The only thing I can ask you before those is how much do you actually want to achieve your physique goals. If your answer is badly, then its 100% nutrition and 100% training!
If you are half assing things, then you will get half ass results. If you are committed to your goals, you will do your best. You wont be "trying" to get the best you can of your plans. You will make sure you are doing your best to do so.
Both are interrelated & need each other for the best possible result. So if you are serious about your fitness goals just do the best you can in both areas.
If you actually want a change, be the change. There isn’t any way around.
Work hard & give your best.
Stop chasing after people and being the only one trying to fix everything. It’s mentally and physically exhausting. You have to find peace with whoever comes and goes from your life. Don't be the only one putting in effort because you'll lose yourself trying to save someone else. 🍀