Visual benefits of a behavior as a motivational strategy. For example, when deciding whether to get out of bed to go running in the morning, it helps to imagine how the sun will feel on my face as I run around the reservoir. Or how delighted you will be when I see new muscles developing. After you imagine the obstacle, you can figure out what you can do to overcome it and make a plan. Identify what’s holding you back its called mental contrasting. In one study of 51 female students who claimed they wanted to eat fewer junk food snacks, researchers asked each woman to imagine the benefits of nibbling on better foods. Those who identified the trigger that made healthful snacking difficult for them and came up with a plan to reach for fruit when cravings hit were most successful at sticking to their goal.
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