Written by Nilsa Cleland (last updated December 3, 2019)
Have you ever heard people say, "Life happens!" as a reason for not completing a chore or making an appointment? Well, life definitely does "happen" and it is for that very reason we all need to find time to exercise so we are able to maintain a healthy mind and body to get us through life.
Treat your mind, body, and soul to some alone time to get you in the groove for your day. Maintaining a healthy body takes time, sacrifice, and effort. Once you succeed with your exercise program you will notice everything else will seem to fall into place due to the time you have found in your day to make life happen.
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When Nilsa stresses PATIENCE, I think she really means PERSEVERENCE.
Our natural inclination, like water down a hill, is to take the easiest path:
"my legs ache, I'll skip today"
"I have a presentation that's late, I'll skip today" and so it goes... away.
It's the reason most health clubs have a joining fee - get the money while you're enthusiastic. It's also the reason why a club with 3000 members will scan less than 1000 cards in any week. The other 2000 still WANT to resume working out, and haven't admitted failure - yet! It's how my Gym membership of only $30 a month finished up costing me $45 per workout - I went twice in the last 3 months.
How to keep it going? Go with a friend, or your spouse, and follow Nilsa's advice - get into a routine of regular times, regular days.For me, I've been going at 7 a.m. Mon, Weds, Fri - every week, for 3 months now.
So please persevere, perspire perpetually.