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How to Set Goals for Weight Loss Success by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 07 Nov 2009 10:01pm by Maria' s Last Diet If you set your goal at learning how to do something rather than setting a goal of performing well, you are likely to be have more weight-loss success. There' s a way to translate this idea into an effective weight-loss plan. You could set your weight-loss goal as this: "I will diet and lose 20 lbs." Or—you could s ... Read on »
Setting a Realistic Weight Loss Goal by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 May 2012 8:33am No matter which low carb diet program you choose, one of the first things most dieters do is set a weight loss goal. Most of the time, this goal involves a number on the scale. Sometimes, that number is realistic, but most of the time it's not. Weight charts are sometimes used by medical professionals to tell you exactly what you should weig ... Read on »
Step By Step Approach To Setting A Realistic Weight Loss Goal by Bill .. Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 3:46am A lot of people will say “I need to lose weight” but they do not know how much weight they really want to lose or how they are going to go about losing this weight. Having a plan and realistic goals can make a big difference in the success or failure of your weight loss plan. Most people do not know how to create a realistic we ... Read on »
Setting and Realizing Weight Loss Goals by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 3:41pm If your objective is to lose weight and maintain that loss permanently, then you should know that the way you approach your goal is the key to your success or failure. To approach your goals effectively, you must create your daily objectives and design strategies to implement your plan and analyze your progress. This analysis is crucial, because it ... Read on »
Setting and Realizing Weight Loss Goals by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jan 2013 12:36pm If your objective is to lose weight and maintain that loss permanently, then you should know that the way you approach your goal is the key to your success or failure. To approach your goals effectively, you must create your daily objectives and design strategies to implement your plan and analyze your progress. This analysis [...] Read on »
How to Set Weight Loss Goals That Work by Chris .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 02 Jan 2012 11:00am I don’t know about you, but reading that over two-thirds of Americans are overweight is depressing. What’s even more distressing is that I am one of them. That’s why I am determined to reverse that and get back to a normal weight . For me, it was a lack of activity that set me on this trend. Now, I have to make exercise a priority. I have to ... Read on »
Setting Weight-Loss Goals to Avoid Frustration and Failure by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 11 Nov 2011 9:11am by Maria's Last Diet Bet you won’t reach your primary goal if you don’t have the sub-goals to get you there.    Primary goal: Losing some weight.    Very specific primary goal: To lose at least 40 pounds.    Even more specific primary goal: To lose at least 40 pounds over the next year. Well, there you are. You’ve got the ... Read on »
Setting weight loss goals by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:56am The intermediate goals you set for yourself really matter. Thinking of the steps to your goal as tests of your capability impedes goal attainment. Think of these steps as learning opportunities instead. Being specific is better than being vague. The more specific you can be, the better you can monitor your performance and the results fr ... Read on »
Set your weight loss goal to make honest mistakes by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:56am by Maria's Last Diet When you go on a weight loss diet plan and somewhere along the line you blow it, it's always unsettling. It might feel like a sudden catastrophe, you may throw up your arms in despair and think "I'll never be able to do it." It's o.k. to feel that way. It's human, understandable. You bet on yourself and your strength ... Read on »
Setting Your Weight Loss Goal by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 10:00pm Everyone considering losing weight should set some goals. Actually everyone should set goals no matter what those goals might be. Most people tell you to set your goal within a limit that you can obtain. We believe that if your goal does not scare the pants off you, then your goal is too low! Read on »