Never too late to start

I can’t quite pinpoint what it was, but something happened, about 2 years ago, almost instantaneously … and I was hooked to become part of the “fitness-movement”.

What amazes me the most about working-out, is the way people are able to manipulate and change their body and shape  (to a certain extent) to achieve certain physical goals. If you don’t like the shape of your waist, you are fully empowered to change that. If you hate that you breath starts running every time you are forced to climb the stairs, you can change that! We are a 100% capable to take charge of our bodies and do with it what we want!

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I workout because I love my body, even with all its flaws. We all should. Love your body even before you start working-out. This way you’ll be even more invested to stay committed when it feels like it’s time to give up.

Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live in. – Jim Rohn

And the incredible thing about wellness in any form, is that it’s ONLY beneficial! Nothing to lose. The only goal, is to be a better version of yourself than you were yesterday.

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO START WORKING TOWARD A BETTER ‘YOU’ (in all aspects).

Here’s to grabbing those running shoes tomorrow morning, and take them out for their first power walk – join the ‘movement’.

 

5 thoughts on “Never too late to start

  1. I’ve tried to change my body a lot but I always loose motivation and end up right where I started. Don’t really know what diet to follow and what I should and should avoid eating? Any tips and tricks?

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    1. The thing is not to make it a diet, but a lifestyle – in order to maintain it. There are many ways to answer this question, but in short, start out with a cleanse by drinking tons and tons of water, try to have a smoothie as a meal at least once a day. Make an effort to get your protein in, and try avoiding sugars, alcohol, white breads.
      Also, be active once a day, even if just taking your dog for a walk is your workout, the foods you take in needs to be used in form of energy, or else most of it gets stored.
      If you struggle with motivation, force yourself to last at least 3 weeks this time around, until you see progress, and that is what will motivate you to keep going.
      Hope this will be of use to you, and remember, you’re doing it for yourself.
      🙂

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    1. There are many bodyweight programmes you can make use of. Definitely check out Home Workouts on youtube, i would recommend a few but I don’t know if you’re male or female.

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