Do you know that there is more guacamole eaten on Superbowl Sunday than even on Cinco de Mayo?
I don’t know about you, but when I used to think about all the food on Superbowl Sunday, I’d get a migraine trying to figure out how to stick to a plan amidst the sea of chips and queso.
I’ve totally been there, and my plan for Superbowl Sunday is to get results, so let me show you how.
First off– Superbowl Sunday is a three hour period of time over the weekend– it’s not a whole weekend-long event, so what we are really talking about here is staying on track for three hours.
If you think about sticking to your plan for three hours on a Sunday, it seems pretty simple, right?
But for some reason, the label changes everything.
Given that we know it’s just three hours, I want you to ask yourself what you want to do during that time?
You can choose to throw caution to the wind and just go for it– totally your choice.
But let me ask you what results that creates for you long-term?
Is three hours of eating and drinking worth an entire week of work it will take to “un-do” all of that damage?
If it’s not for you then decide NOW how you will show up on Sunday for the event.
What will you eat and drink?
Log it in your food journal now, and imagine being around a a massive buffet.
How do you want to think about your choices?
How do you want to eat today, tomorrow and leading up to the weekend to prepare for that day?
Do you want to save a few calories now so you can enjoy a little extra then?
You get to create the exact results you want for Superbowl– just like every other Sunday.
You get to choose.
What is your choice?
If you are struggling to stay consistent with your plan and you want to learn how to stop quitting on your plan– even on special occasions, then click here to schedule a breakthrough call with me.