Everyone talks about keeping in shape and, at some point, most of us join a of some type. It usually doesn’t last. Our minds have a way of crowding out the things we know we should do, especially when our bodies are tired from a full day of work. Still, we know by effectively working out our bodies, we improve the working ability of our minds, which in turn improves the productivity of our entire lives.
After joining and canceling gym memberships, tennis lessons, yoga classes, etc., it becomes easy to feel like a fitness failure and just give up, but fitness is not like a quarterly report or financial statement that must be started and completed in a consistent manner. Rather, it is more a part of the ebb and flow of your life and one of the few things that you can gain benefits from, whether you stick to one specific program for years, try something different every week, or take a break from time to time.
Once you can make yourself comfortable with the idea that your exercise choices are for you, and only you, conforming those choices to your timetable to meet your desired results, will become much easier.
Life is hard enough, without pushing ourselves in directions that we never wanted to go in the first place. Exercise can be as easy or as difficult as you want it to be…just make it what YOU want it to be.
The benefits to your health and your business will be obvious.