We all want to be lean, youthful and look great. Surgery should be the last option. However, if you decide you want some “help,” getting fit before plastic surgery is the key.
Plastic surgery is loaded with options these days. It can mean a few days downtime with a laser. Or, it could mean needing to lose 30 pounds before going under the knife.
Promises of a new life is usually the thought when considering surgery.
Homework. Notes. Consultations and a plan is what you need to do before you book an appointment. Only looking at before and after’s will never get you what you want.
And, what you want is for someone to be professional. Someone that gets what YOU want and need.
You may want to start by asking yourself about your expectations. Do you want to look better?
Do you want to be able to move and feel better?
Self-image is key right? So let’s ask what is important to you before you make that appointment. Do you want this for you? Or, someone else?
What about looking better in your clothes? Or naked? All of these questions need to be addressed if surgery is the path you’re leaning towards.
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Surgery is meant to enhance the way you look.
You may have had a baby and never lost the weight. Your breasts may not look perky and your tummy may still be too big to fit into your favorite jeans.
You’ve got to ask yourself first. “Have I done everything I can to be in the best shape?”
Are you eating a clean diet, and ditching inflammatory foods?
Have you exercised and tried to build muscle to reshape and tone your body?
Ask yourself honestly. Am I doing all I can do to be getting fit before plastic surgery?
Or, is it my way of not having to put in the effort?
We have many options available to us now.
From lunchtime makeovers to machines that suck out the junk food habit we can’t seem to overcome.
Your most important job is to prepare your body and mind before a procedure.
The best way you can start your journey is by getting fit before plastic surgery.
Then, when you’ve done that for yourself, you can see if an appointment for a consultation is what comes next!