STRUGGLES OF WORKING OUT

Are YOU at wits end struggling on making exercise a part of your lifestyle?

Contemplating on throwing in the white towel?

Do you feel overwhelmed with the vast armies of diet and exercise regimens?

Take a deep breath – then exhale.

Envision about where YOU would like to be, physically.

Think about how great YOU will feel when are there.

Is it worth fighting for?

I would like to believe YOUR overall health and fitness is worth fighting for. 

Here’s how:

Since 2010, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, claimed the tallest building in the world title.

It stands at an amazing 2,723 ft from the ground to the top of its antenna, and took construction approximately six years to complete.

Could you imagine, what would have happened if the chief architect assigned thought to himself this project is impossible?

We all know since this building does exist he didn’t say nor even think it.

And I bet the lint in my pocket I know his secret.

He set small goals.

Setting goals

Winning the “tallest building title” can only begin with the first brick.

By setting small goals, you can track you’re immediate progress. The benefits, will help you push toward YOUR larger goals.

Realize that with any goal, struggle presents its dastardly face; though an uncomfortable moment and unexpected fear, spearhead them dead on and take small steps to triumph.

Transparency

Share your goals with a trustworthy friend, family member, or coworker who has YOUR best interest. You need the strength of others, however, do NOT ask the help of someone in your position.

Seek counseling from individuals that deliver wise, positive seeds.

YOU are a tree of good fruit producing abundantly and bountifully.

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About foodfrommyheart

Guided by the primary principle People First. Likewise, motivated by 5 Core Values: Quality, Trust, Integrity, Changing Lives, & Giving Back.

Posted on January 30, 2012, in Nutrition and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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