Fitness for me has always been a way of life. This has made it simple to be Fun. I realize it has not been like that for many others, so I decided to share some of my insights and experiences making Fitness Fun.
When it comes to my physical body, the idea of feeling it healthy, vibrant, strong and shapely has always inspired me. That meaning, the inspiration, the idea and knowing I can feel healthy, vibrant, strong and shapely has been a consistent source of power and motivation.
I’ve never thought, “I have to do this in order to get or have that”. I have always known, when I do anything related to Fitness, and I Feel Good, I’m inspired. I notice it in my breath, my breathing, I notice it in my Yes, my feeling of saying Yes, I am doing it to myself.
Fitness, becomes fun, when I’m not chasing a goal. It becomes fun when I recognize the Power it has in keeping my body, my mind and my spirit fresh, thinking and aligned. It becomes fun when I have a plan, I know what I am training, how I am training and I stay focused and committed to that plan. The actions I perform in Fitness aren’t meant to be the hardest. Hear me out on this…. They are meant to Build a foundation for me to build on. For me to continue to improve and get better. This is what I love about Fitness.
What happens with many people, they chase the end result, the goal. having the great body, having the 6pack abs. From here, they expect their workouts to be a certain way, and struggle at times to commit to just doing Fitness, allowing the ebbs and flows of how they feel, tapping into pure inspiration. When you turn off your mind, and turn into your body, the amount of energy you can generate from your body is amazing!
Making Fitness Fun requires a commitment to yourself daily. This commitment can be as simple as positive affirmations, journaling or positive self talk. Your workouts are a piece of training yourself body mind and spirit.
What I love to do in my workouts is mix it up with weight training, body weight exercises, plyo (jump) drills, pilates, yoga. My workouts include aspects of each, keeping me moving and motivated. Having a plan is essential.
A good idea is to write out your plan at the beginning of the week. Write out what your plan is for exercise during each day and stick to that. Focus on one day at a time. Allow your body and mind to become stronger. Allow yourself to soak in the exercises , discipline, focus and commitment you are making to yourself.
Exercise has the Power to change your life. It’s up to you to commit to the actions and receive the changes.
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