So many people set well-intentioned fitness goals but never quite get to where they want to be. Dr. Farrah Hauke was recently interviewed for a men’s health blog, and she spoke about self-sabotage, one of the underlying reasons why fitness goals are not achieved.
Self-sabotage can be traced to fear.
Many individuals trying to lose weight consciously or unconsciously self-sabotage. The reason for this is that even the most longed-for goals have a ‘price’.
For example, loosing weight may mean a healthier body and improved self confidence, but it may also mean you cannot eat whatever you want anymore. Compounding thie further is the fact that some individuals have long used their weight as a personal barrier or shield.
Dr, Hauke adds that many individuals losing weight are concerned how their weight loss will affect their current relationships and family dynamics. They also can be concerned about unwanted comments or questions about their weight loss.
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