Consistency is key. This is one of the countless clichés you have probably heard numerous times throughout your life, along with slow and steady and sharing is caring. At this point, you hear them, but they go in one ear and out the other. It’s difficult to understand how profound these words really are because you hear them so often. Clichés are clichés for a reason though, it’s because they are true, and they are especially profound to weight loss and management.

Let’s start with consistency is key. Results, without medical professionals, are rarely found with two weeks of exercising and then three weeks of resting. In other words, avoid the rollercoaster that often is weight loss. You need to exercise and eat correctly throughout each and every week. Yes, cheat meals are okay and they will occur, and yes, you might miss a day here and there. The lynchpin is creating a reasonable schedule and sticking to it.

Next up, slow and steady wins the rest. I can hear my grandmother kindly telling me this as she read me the classic hare and tortoise story. This ties in closely with consistency is key. A marathon is almost never won by the athlete who wins the first nine miles. It is won by the athlete who wins the first 26.2 miles and rarely is it ever the same person. An inspired person will win the first few pounds on their weight loss journey, but a patient person will win their goal.

Now, sharing is caring. This one might be a little confusing at first, but at the end of the day, it could be the most important of all. Weight is often a sensitive thing, especially if you feel your  is more than it should be, the thing is though there are millions of people just like you that are struggling with their weight loss. It is imperative to share your story and support others in theirs. Everything is easier when you have someone that is there for you, while also alongside you experiencing the same things.

Lastly, you need to keep in mind everyone is different. What is consistent or difficult might for you might be substantially harder for your husband, wife, brother, friend etc. To help you know what is consistent and patient for you, but also, help support you in your journey it is best to visit The Broadway Clinic. Medical professionals are on staff to help assist you in figuring out what is best for you and your body.