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Diets are hard for everyone. It’s such a big change in a huge part of our life that it’s sort of traumatic. Most people make the mistake of rushing into whatever new fad diet they’ve heard of and lose it after they’ve lost the weight (if they can make it that long). Then it all ends up coming back to haunt you. But there are some small habit changes that you can use in real life that will make your diet last longer, be more affective, and even be less painful. It’s not magic, it’s just figuring out what works best for you and making them a legit habit. Habits die hard, like biting finger nails. Keep your diet on the fingernail-biting-level and you’re sure to permanently keep off the pounds. No Snacking While…. A hard habit to replace is snacking. We snack everywhere. There are whole grocery aisles dedicated to snack foods. The worst offenders are the desk, the

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It can be hard to tell people that you want to get into shape. If you’re not the fittest guy on the block right now, it’s easier to let people think that you’re happy the way you are than to ask someone to go with you when you hit the gym. However, if you can muscle past that initial discomfort and actually ask someone (who’s around your fitness level) to go with you to conquer fitness once and for all you’re going to wind up with better, faster results, and more. Take a look at these perks of bringing your buddy to the gym. Keep Yourself Accountable The first and most obvious perk is that it keeps you on track. You can’t exactly slack off on Monday when you know that you’re going to be meeting your friend at the gym for a weigh in on Wednesday. You want to impress him, and you also want to impress yourself. It’s

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