By Allison Preston
Are you looking for a diet plan that helps you lose weight,
then you should look for the help of a diet buddy. A diet
is a friend or co worker who your partner with to help each
other lose weight. Many fitness experts know that if you have
to account for your actions to a friend and yourself you are
much more likely to stick to it and successfully lose weight.
Picking a diet buddy isnít hard but it isnít easy either. You
need to find someone who you can trust and who is honest with
you. You need someone who will tell you the two big Macs you
had for dinner last night wasnít a good choice, but wonít tear
you apart either. You should find a person who has similar
weight loss goals. If you want to lose 15 pounds and your
wants to lose 65 you arenít that compatible. You should avoid
choosing someone you live with if possible. The constant
interaction and monitoring will make you feel like your every
move is being watched. Instead try to choose a co worker or
close friend to help you out.
You should also choose a diet buddy who you will see
A really great strategy is to meet at the gym every morning
go for breakfast afterward. This way you can compare and talk
about whatís going on and how you are progressing. If
doesnít work lunch is another good alternative. If you have a
regular lunch date it will be much easier for you to say no
when the office goes for Buffalo wings and nachos every
You and your diet buddy should set goals and rewards for each
other. When you hit a weight goal go out and celebrate.
Celebrate by shopping for a new outfit that shows off your
weight loss, not by going out for a cheeseburger and
Remember you and your buddy are working together to help each
other reach your goals you arenít competing with each other.
you can shop for a new dress size or bathing suit donít be
about it to your diet buddy. Be supportive and help them,
realize everyoneís body is different and some people take
longer to lose weight.
About The Author: This article was written by Allison Preston
who is the webmaster of www.Fitness-Web.com, a website
with diet, health, fitness, and exercise articles and reviews
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