If it doesnt challenge you it woont change you
Losing weight requires both rock-solid commitment and a plan for reaching and maintaining that goal weight. There's no shortage of weight-loss strategies out there, but the trick is finding one that doesn't chomp away at your wallet or your health. (Some diet foods actually make it harder to lose weight.) In truth, nothing beats eating right and moving more (that means daily) as a path to losing weight. Here are some of the gimmicks to avoid on your slim-down journey.

if it doesn't challenge you it doesn't change it
You don't change the pattern - you will not change. If you don't change the pattern you won't change your behavior if you don't learn how to do it you'll never know how to do it in order to make a permanent change.

Same input ...
Same output ...
Same diet = same results ..
Same plan=- same marathon time ...

Instead of putting in the work, it is inevitable that we try to reach the unreachable by cutting in line. This is the most appealing of all temptations because we see others do it all the time. We see the results that others achieve by achieving these changes without challenges...but what we don't see is the reality of aftermath of cutting in line.

IF IT DOESN'T CHALLENGE YOU ...it won't change you ….
Quick fixes ..
Juice cleanses ..
Short term diets that deliver fast paced results …

"My cousins uncles friends neighbor who did keto…."
70% gain back weight in one month ...
95% gain it back in 6 months ...

Your mom’s bosses daughters husbands cousin who did intermittent fasting for 3 years and lost 80 pounds???
Did the weight come off because the weight loss or the restricted hours?
87% of people who do intermittent fasting struggle with overeating during the previously fasted hours when trying to resume a traditional eating style…

IF IT DOESN'T CHALLENGE YOU ...it won't change you ….
Change is permanent.
Change means you won't need to ever start this project again.

Just like the 3 little pigs
Straw, Stones, Bricks
1. Hard work pays off – The primary moral lesson learned from “The Three Little Pigs” is that hard work and dedication pay off. The first two pigs quickly built homes in order to have more free time to play. But the third pig worked on the construction of his house of bricks. Compared to the other two pigs, the third pig’s extra effort paid off in the end. He wasn’t eaten by the big bad wolf.
2. Short cuts can cost you a lot – The first two pigs built houses of straw and sticks. While they were able to get the work done fast and had more time for leisure, their houses did not stand up to the huffs and puffs of the big bad wolf. They ended up losing their homes and in some versions, their very lives.

If it doesn't challenge you it won't change you..

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