What you need to know about accountability and working out

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Here at a Lifesum, we’re always encouraging you to get the right systems in place to make obtaining your health goals even easier. That can be something like getting the fruit in a bowl on the counter, so that you reach for it more, or putting unhealthier food on higher shelves so it’s out sight.

Today though, we want to talk to you about accountability.

When it comes to working out, we’ve all experienced the moment when we mentally check in with ourselves to determine if we REALLY want to go or not. If you’re someone who usually works out in the morning, that can mean a few minutes of deliberation in the morning, where something as small as a change in temperature is enough to change your mind; or if you’re someone who works out after work, it’s easy to find yourself wrestling with the idea of how long it will take or how tired you are from a long day.

This is where accountability comes in. It’s a way of having someone other than yourself to help give you that extra nudge when you need it most. Here’s what you need to know about accountability though:

With Lifesum, tracking your healthy habits (and the not so healthy ones) becomes a breeze. We’ll help you pick the right food, and eat the right portion sizes, to reach your personal health goals.

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