Are you living in the past? Are you stuck in lockdown? Life will never be as it once was but that’s life, forever changing. The truth is without change or space for change, we cannot grow to our fullest potential. Criterion Fit provide fitness and nutritional solutions to the problems men like yourself are facing. My name is Hanif and thanks for coming to check out what we do and how we can help you reach your goals.
Lockdown will be in our minds for a long time but the negative habits we may have formed don’t need to stay around. The first thing one needs to do to rid themselves of those bad food habits is to be sincere with themselves, committing to stop uncontrolled eating. Acknowledging an issue is the first step to changing it.
Crowding out the bad food with cupboards full of healthy foods is well worth doing. Sheikh Abu Khadeejah of Salafi Publications gave this advice in a recorded lecture that can be found via salafisounds.com. The environment we surround ourselves in will rub off upon us such that we consume what we see.
It may be worth deleting some phone apps for the ease we experience in these times when it comes to buying food is unparalleled to any other time. The internet has given us access to foods in 15 minutes, foods that are unhealthy if we continue to consume them day-by-day.
Invest in a meal guide book such as our ‘Old Medicine Meal & Fitness Guide’ [Here]. A meal guide will have a menu of food for you to pick from that fall in line with your weight-loss goals. If you have more goals and lack motivation you’ll want to join the ‘Old Medicine 8 week programme’ [Here]. We can arrange a free consultation to discuss your situation and help you achieve your fitness goals.
Getting active is a great way to quell bad habits. You’ll feel better in your health and possibly build new healthy and supportive relationships with likeminded people. Exercise doesn’t have to be expensive and in the longterm it will pay for itself once you reach old age God willing.
You have the ability to change your situation, your health and your mindset. Take change a day at a time and keep track of the good and bad days by journaling. Weigh yourself no more than once a week, wearing the same clothing and after visiting the toilet to get a more accurate current weight. Be patient and rimplement the steps we have discussed to achieve your goals.
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