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Think Yourself Fit!

How Your Thoughts Affect Your Body


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  • Great way to look at things
  • I love positive thinking! This is so true!
  • This article gave me a hint for me to be consistent with what I am doing by keeping my attitude positive. It has been difficult for me to make the exercise an everyday habit, but if I do the visualization from this article, I may see a breakthrough. Thank you very much.
  • I will try to motivate myself to get to the gym or do exercises at home. Whether I want to or not. thank for the advice.

  • I will adopt a mantra, thx!
  • I need to practice this. Thank you. I am ALWAYS putting myself down before I even begin. I love this advise.
  • Like the article. I don't let my mine take over any more. If you listen to it you will never do it. It's like your mind say stay in bed and you listen. We have to push harder.
  • For my last marathon, I used "Just keep swimming, swimming...." over and over, from Dory in Finding Nemo. It worked.
    I'm a firm believer in positive self talk -- I'm always doing it and getting in longer workouts, accomplishing more at work, and just getting lots done
  • My motivation is not only for myself, but for my family as well. Especially my parents! They both have cancer and have TERRIBLE diets. I want them to see what I'm doing and my results. Hopefully they will jump on with me!
    The new products I found are helping too!
  • I find the repetition of swimming very zen... I am up to 75 minutes non stop and use a mantra and find it relaxing and enjoy the endorphins too.
  • Loved this article. I try to use positive self-talk in most areas of my life. Thanks for the suggestion of visualization. My daughter is an athlete and I do this with her before her competitions. I never thought of using for myself.
    I can definitely agree with positive self-talk. When I am running and I feel exhausted, if I let the fatigue make me stop, then I feel weak but when I start pep-talking myself into finishing my run, then I always find it to finish!
  • I try to do this. Some times though my body just doesnt want to listen to me lol Gotta keep pushing through though
  • I always say I can stop after I adjust to my longer stride after the crest of the next hill, knowing fully well that I will have recovered from the hill by then and I won't feel like stopping!

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