Getting in shape brings a whole wealth of rewards. But it also brings its share of challenges. When you’re trying to lose weight it requires discipline, moderation and consistently. As well as reducing (but not necessarily giving up altogether) your vices. But, we tell ourselves, when we look in the mirror after all our hard work has paid off it’ll all be worth it. So, we make better food choices, we politely decline when everyone else orders dessert. We sweat and strain at the gym. We tell ourselves that we love kale and quinoa. And while we may indulge ourselves every now and then (studies show that cheat meals can help to boost your metabolism and help to prevent cravings), we remain steadfast and diligent in our diets.
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But what happens if, after all that hard work, you’re underwhelmed by what you see in the mirror? What if you catch yourself wondering whether all that hard work was worth it?