Self-Control Psychology and Weight Loss
If you’re struggling to lose weight or stick to a healthier diet, it’s not that you don’t know what you should do–it’s that sticking to your goals and resisting temptation can be more difficult than you thought! This course will show you how to stick to those goals and resist tempting, diet-busting foods and activities through proven mental strategies.
Using Psychological Science to its Full Potential
Everything in this course is rooted in tested mental strategies. I’m not just making things up like a lot of health and fitness “gurus.” You’ll learn practical tips taken from rigorous research in psychological science, and you’ll discover how you can easily and effectively implement these techniques.
This course covers three general steps you can take to self-control mastery:
- How to effectively plan for opportunities to take actions that help meet your goals
- How to rethink temptation in ways that make it less alluring
- How to build your willpower and use your self-control strength to resist temptation
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to use simple tricks and techniques to make self-control easier. If you actually apply these strategies and make a deliberate effort to understand their effects, you’ll have a huge advantage when it comes to sticking to your diet, meeting your fitness goals, and leading a healthier lifestyle. Best of all, this course will always be there for you, and you can review the material anytime you need renewed motivation to stay strong.
And You Can Trust Your Teacher!
I’m a trained social psychologist. Not only do I have more than 7,000 students on Udemy, but I also teach classes in social psychology at the university level. Moreover, I conduct my own psychological research, so I know a thing or two about how research in psychological science works and what it can tell us.
Don’t miss out on the chance to dive straight into the secrets of self-control success that have until now remained locked in dense academic journals. So enroll now–you’ll be glad you did.