#4. You’re Not Keeping Track Of Your Progress
Keeping track of your progress is one of the best ways to raise your consciousness of your progress. This is absolutely key in staying dedicated and fighting the mental battle of your training and diet program. Here are a few suggestions for keeping yourself keenly aware of your ups and downs and everything in between.
- Track Your Workouts. Keeping a workout journal will only take a few moments of your time and will allow you to keep track of exactly the weights you used in your past workouts. This way you can pick up right where you left off and track differences in your performance. When you change your diet, rest or training habits, this journal will provide you the data you need to analyze your progress.
- Take a Selfie You know you already take a few here and there. It’s ok. Photos are a great way to track your process and keep yourself realistic. aware and continuing on the path to fitness. Before and after photos can be some of the best motivators.
- Track Your Weight.This should be part of your workout journal. While weight is not a direct reading of body composition, it does provide some reference of changes in your body.
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