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Make good on those bad habits


What do you repeatedly do that you feel prevents you from achieving success?

Do you stay up late watching Netflix? Do you order too many takeaways? If you're reading this there's a high chance you'll want to kick your bad habits to the curb. We're going to show you how.

Every success story has a plan behind it. it's unlikely you'll conquer your biggest weakness by accident after all.

Step 1. Write down your goal and put it somewhere you can see it.

For example:

*8 hours sleep per night makes me feel energised and recharged. I want to feel good*

Put this on the corner of the TV. That way you'll see it as it gets later and you can choose sleep over another episode of your favourite series. Forming a new habit comes down to choosing it more often than your old one.

Step 2. Visualise

What does your life look like if you eat healthy foods? Do you feel better? (think about the best you've ever felt in your body) Are you more confident? (what's the most confident you've ever felt). Take those feelings and FEEL them. Heighten your senses and really experience that elation. It takes practice to use visualisation techniques. Visualisation doesn't come easy to a lot of people but using past emotions in a positive way can be a great tool to ensure future success. If you've lived it before you can live it again.

Step 3. Accountability

The hardest thing about trying to break a bad habit is doing it alone. You'll mess up, you'll want to quit, you'll require support at some stage and if you're the only person who knows about your goal then you could fail. At Runway fitness we keep you accountable and provide you with a support network to help you achieve your goals. We know when you need a pep talk and we'll be honest when we think you're making excuses.

We're currently running a FREE step challenge to help give people some accountability for there goals.


(For info contact us on our social media pages)


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If you don't have a coach or a personal trainer then tell a friend. You could even team up if you both have individual goals to achieve.

Conclusion

Start with which bad habit you want to change. Think about the real reason why you want to change it and what is holding you back. Come up with a plan for how you will make better decisions going forwards. Practice visualisation to experience your life without your bad habit. Finally let people know your plans so they can support you and check in on your progress.

Using these three tips will help you ditch your bad habits. Which one you start with is up to you!

If you need any help on your journey email us on Info@runwayfitness.co.uk

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