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"Don’t quit, COMMIT. Being healthy and fit is a choice you make every single day"

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

This morning, I open up Facebook and read a few stories...I get down to the Men's Health Magazine Quote of the Day. The quote is "Don’t quit, COMMIT. Being healthy and fit is a choice you make every single day."

It is a great quote and I am glad that I "liked" Men's Health Magazine (for whatever reason). I have been thinking about this for the last hour or so...I think somehow in my head, health and fitness didn't tie into an EVERY SINGLE DAY thing for me. Maybe it's because we always hear to exercise 3-5x a week, not every day. Maybe it's because I have gotten in the bad habit of allowing weekends to be less disciplined than weekdays, so it's not every day. Maybe it's because I don't have something majorly wrong with my body that I see every day. Well, other than the fact that I am super fluffy compared to others. However, I don't know myself thin as I have never been thin. So what I see in the mirror is my so called "normal."

I think this quote has been very impactful to me. Not only because it is stated as something you do every day. But, it is also stated as a CHOICE. I can choose to be healthy or I can choose to be a tubba wubba. (Thank you WW boards for that lovely description! Tubba wubba). But it's true. It's my choice. The ironic thing is, if I keep choosing to be a tubba wubba, I won't get to have a choice anymore because health consequences will arise and I won't be in such a privy position.

Very strange. A lot of weight loss is about perception and all of it is controlled by your brain, not the body and not by food. Weight loss is all mind and never about willpower or weakness in the face of food. The latter is often what we tell ourselves. I know, I have been there.

It's time for a change and a new perception.
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