9. Keep attainable, realistic goals
Mix some reality into your training plans as well as your aspirations for healthy living, advises Dr. Yoni Freedhoff, founder of the University of Ottawa’s Bariatric Medical Institute and author of Why Diets Fail and How to Make Yours Work.
“Setting goals that aren’t attainable is a recipe for disappointment,” Freedhoff says.
When setting up a diet or exercise regimen, striving for an A+ rather than a B isn’t the best option, he notes.
“Getting a B+ is pretty damn good in healthy living,” says Freedhoff.
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