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Monday, December 14, 2009

Looking for the easy way out

Everyone is guilty of it to one degree or another, but long term all it does is lead to dead ends.  If you are looking for the quick fix or easy way out when it comes to exercise, looking good or staying healthy then you are barking up the wrong tree.  In order to really make significant changes in how you look and feel then you have to make significant changes in how you behave.  Working out 20 minutes a day isn't going to make you look like the guys and gals on the bowflex commercial.  If you believe it will then you are at the very least highly gullible and more than likely uninformed on what it takes to achieve high levels of fitness.  The message I want to get across is; if you want to get fit you are going to have to work hard, sweat, be uncomfortable and do things when you don't feel  like doing them.  There is no magic pill or secret, the only secret is the one you already know and hope no one else realizes and that is that hard work, commitment and consistency is required in order to do anything worthwhile.  So stop thinking about it and just do it!  Have a great Monday!

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