Updated: Jul 5, 2019
Do It Different [Goal Setting]
Here is what regular people try to do -----> Look at a diet as a short-term event
Here is what Bad Bitches, like you, do instead ------> Imagine who they want to become and practice being her now
Why "regular people" have it wrong
This is super important to understand.... Whatever diet you do, you need to keep doing it to keep your results. So if you plan is to cut out carbs to drop 80 pounds, you ass better get right with God and know that you'll never eat carbs again if you want to keep that body.
But who wants to live that way anyways? Literally no one. That's who. The goal here is to get you eating as much food as possible, working out as little as possible, all WHILE losing massive amounts of weight.
I know you think you want it hard and fast, but trust me when I say, that shit gets old real quick. What you want are results that are sustainable. You want the nice guy, not the bad boy. The nice guy is dependable. He sticks around even when you get a little craycray. He is in it for the long haul.
Here is how you do it
Be realistic: Create goals that you can humanly reach. Fuck 20 pounds in 20 days. I'm sure could pull it off, but it wouldn't last and it's certainly hot the way to go about things. Instead, plan to lose 1-2 pounds per week but know that it looks a little something like this:
Week 1: 2-3 pounds
Week 2: 0.5 pounds
Week 3: 1.25 pounds
Week 4: 0 pounds
Week 5: 2 pounds
etc. etc. etc. Trust me, they add up when you focus on consistency not perfection.
Set realistic exceptions for the love of god. You've got a human body. Plan accordingly.
Be specific: How much are you losing? When are you losing it by? How do you plan to do it? What steps do you need to take each day to insure you reach your goal by your desired deadline? GET.THIS.DOWN.ON.PAPER.
"A goal is a dream with a deadline" - Napoleon Hill
Be flexible with your method not your goal: There is no magic pill. Sometimes you are going to need more information or you are going to need to adjust what you are doing... but none of that is a sign that you should give up. If you decide you want to break up with the old version of yourself, you must never go back. Do you hear me? History will repeat itself. She doesn't appreciate you. She is only going to hurt you again.
Let go of the idea that you "should" have this down by now or this "shouldn't" be this hard. Buck the fuck up. No one ever said undoing a lifetime of bad habits was going to happen in 21 days.
Win window: If you are killing it and a day comes that you "don't have it in you", that's totally okay. It's okay to complete a half-ass workout. It's better than no workout at all. All that matters is that you don't break the chain. Don't get in the habit of lying to yourself that, "I'll do it tomorrow" because you are setting a precedent that your responsibilities to yourself can be postponed.
Manage your thoughts: And last, manage your thoughts. You need to remember that the old version of you is basically a crackhead. YOU aren't, but that old part of you is. She is going to try to trick you into doing whatever she wants. But you are smarter than that.
You know what you want and you're not going to stop.
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