Have you ever relied upon another person to help keep your motivated to work out? Has anyone ever depended upon you to push them when they...
Have you ever relied upon another person to help keep your motivated to work out?
Has anyone ever depended upon you to push them when they felt like giving up on their fitness goals?
If so, you know how important it is to have a workout buddy.
The technical term for this type of person is called an Accountability Partner.
This is one of the most important relationships that you can have to assist you with accomplishing your weight loss goals.
The beautiful thing about this type of relationship is that your accountability partner can push you past your self-imposed limits.
This allows you to make rapid physical and mental progress.
Sometimes when we don’t feel like working out, a mental roadblock is the cause and you may not be aware of it, thinking that you are physically fatigued.
This is where your accountability partner comes in and pushes you past that mental barrier.
Have you noticed in the past when you haven’t felt like working out but did so anyway, you ended up having the best work outs?
All because you pushed through your mental barriers, which is what your accountability partner can help you to do.
Your accountability partner can also make for great company in which you could talk about life in general.
You could give each other advice that could help solve your everyday problems.
It’s totally up to you how much of your life you’d like to share with your accountability partner, because it all comes down to trust.
I could go on and on about the benefits of having a workout buddy, but instead let me share with you what I believe are the best questions you must answer before choosing an accountability partner.
Please be honest in your answers because choosing the wrong person could cost you a lot of wasted time and frustration, especially if they aren’t reliable.
Here are the questions…
Q1: Does this person genuinely care about me?
Q2: Does this person always look out for my best interest?
Q3: Is this person supportive?
Q4: Do I trust this person?
Q5: Will this person be honest with me?
Q6: Will this person hold me accountable without being rude or disrespectful?
Now that you know the right questions to ask yourself, you must be certain that you will be all of those things to your potential accountability partner.
In other words, if your potential accountability partners were to ask themselves those same questions about you, would they be able to answer Yes to all of them?
You see, this is a reciprocal relationship, in which you go to give and not just receive.
Giving to the other person is the foundation of what a relationship is.
I don’t mean to preach, but never go to a relationship to take, because that breaks the trust and bond.
Let me get off of my soapbox now.
You just learned about the 6 Questions You Must Answer Before Choosing A Weight Loss Accountability Partner.
It’s no secret that having a workout partner can help you to reach your target fitness goals a lot faster and more enjoyable.
Humans for the most part are social creatures and we love companionship, because it’s one of our basic needs.
If you already have an accountability partner, you should still take the time out to answer those 6 questions.
If you currently don’t have an accountability partner, I highly encourage you to work on the process of getting one, because doing so could transform your mind and body at a rapid pace.
And now there’s just one thing left for you to do: take action.
If you’ve had workout buddies in the past that didn’t work out, then it’s time to revisit this powerful strategy again.
Plus this time, you have a high probability of finding the right accountability partner if you use my 6 questions as a filter to screen your candidates.
I know, this sounds like you’re interviewing job candidates, but in a way you are.
You can do this. You deserve this.
So go ahead and get started now, because your new body is waiting for you!
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