Tri-Plan will help you to lose weight and get fit* through changing your approach to nutrition and exercise but it’s the way it will focus your mind that is arguably the most vital part of the plan. If your mind is not in the right place you are more likely to fail.
From a very young age we develop emotional connections to food and exercise. As children, we’re rewarded with sweets for good behaviour or as a way to cheer us up when we’re in pain or upset. This behaviour stays with us into adulthood and we use food and drink as a mechanism to cope with stress, causing what is referred to as a ‘negative loop’.
These deep-seated emotional connections can make it difficult to change the way you eat and train on a long-term basis, which is why the Tri-Plan provides you with a number of tools that will help you break these negative cycles and stick to your goals.
The key is to identify the causes of these negative behaviours, whether it be stress at work, in relationships or with your lifestyle. You can then find ways of shifting your focus and concentrating on the positives of sticking to your goals – and what you can achieve. You can do this by making sure your Tri-Plan Progress Tracker and Inspiration Wall are constantly updated and regularly checked.