Keeping the End in Mind

If you start to think about skipping several workouts or eating decadent dinners and desserts, try to picture the end result in your mind. You're more likely to make healthier decisions if you visualize the consequences of your actions, says Jim Taylor, Ph.D., a sports psychologist in San Francisco.

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