As I write another fitness article, I have decided to express my thoughts about what fitness means to me the writer and what it could mean to someone else. Well to begin with, being fit means having the ability to alleviate stress when the writer is feeling down. The writer gets up early every morning to jog, whether he is tired or feeling sick just to get energized again. Being fit for the writer also means being able participate in activities with his daughter without hesitation or health reservations. The writer sees very little participation from parents in local parks and children’s centers. In addition means being fit being able to endure life’s many challenges. The writer always feels better emotionally when he is fit. The writer also has heart disease in his family, even more motivation to keep fit. Now for others, it being fit may mean being able to buy smaller clothes or honor a past New Year’s Eve resolution. Some people may even want to get fit to compete in a marathon or iron man contest. It really does not matter what your motivation to get fit is as long as you the reader can empower yourself to improve your health. Now let me the writer express what being fit does not mean.
Being fit for the writer does not mean he can eat anything he wants because he exercises on a daily basis. The writer would not lose weight and stay fit if he ate anything he wants. Being fit for the writer does not mean he indulge in sugary foods more often because he earn that right from exercising. In fact the writer has to watch and avoid those holiday traps that can derail his fitness regimen. For example the fall and winter holidays are coming up, which means that more people will be bringing cakes, cookies and other desserts to your workplace tempting you the reader to indulge in eating extra calories. Just like the writer has to say no to these temptations, you the reader need to also be disciplined. The writer always has to monitor the calories that he is taking. The writer also needs to eat more fruits and vegetables and less carbohydrates as well as starches. Being fit for does not mean that the writer can decide to take days and weeks off from exercising, he needs to always stay consistent with his workout routines and always push a little harder to build endurance. Some people decide at some point of the fitness regimen that they can skip their workout whenever they want. The problem with this way of thinking is once a person starts skipping workouts, they lose momentum as well as interest. Essentially a person starts to form a habit of not exercising. You the readers always want to make it a long term habit of exercising don’t lose your momentum to stay fit. The writer will elaborate more on this in future articles. Have a great week and stay fit. For more information please consult the links below or contact the writer through http://www.dadsonpowermode.com/