Your Own Worst Enemy: 8 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Your Diet and Fitness Plan

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Make a commitment to yourself.
Write down your objective, whether it is fitness, overall health or weight loss. If you have a particular reason for choosing the goal, write it ... more 
Photo by: iStockphoto
Make a commitment to yourself.
Write down your objective, whether it is fitness, overall health or weight loss. If you have a particular reason for choosing the goal, write it down too. Place your written goal somewhere you will see it daily as a reminder to stay on track.
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Fri, Jun 7, 2013 2:22 PM EDT
Raise your hand if you have gone to the gym or went out for a run, and later that day ate an ice cream cone, a plate of nachos or a big hunk of cake. You are not alone. Self-sabotage is done subconsciously, yet it can really stifle our progress. You can so easily become your own worst enemy when it come to weight lost - and for very understandable reasons. This time of year can be especially challenging when it comes to staying on track. If it's too hot outside, that ice creams sounds all the more delicious. A can of ice-cold Pepsi is just what you might want, and exactly what you don't need. Click through for 8 ways to stop sabotaging your diet and fitness plan! -By Jessica Cohen



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