18. Practice positive self-talk and seriously be kinder to yourself.
“The most important thing I do with my clients is I try to help them let go of negativity and be more confident in themselves and their abilities,” Kneeland says. “Self-worth plays such a huge part in getting in shape. It’s such a motivational factor. You have to believe that you can do it, before you actually can.”
Every time you’re tired, instead of getting mad at yourself and thinking you should be in better shape, congratulate yourself on working hard enough to be that tired in the first place. Change your mindset so that you’re building yourself up instead of tearing yourself down.
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