Tip # 90 Health – overbooked agenda making you procrastinate again?
Keep it simple. If you have too much to do, what hours are left for your health and fitness goals? Are you using your overbooked agenda as another excuse not to go to the gym or take that tennis lesson package your husband gave you for your birthday?
If you procrastinate further, 5 pounds will become 10, then 15, and it gets harder as you add more pounds. It’s much, much harder to shed those pounds when you get to 30 pounds overweight. Tackle the weight issue while the pound gain is still minimal and manageable.
Tip # 91 Health – that newly-opened Pilates center might be worth a visit.
“Bah…it’s just a fad, it’ll go away when a new exercise routine is invented. " We detect a hint of procrastination in this statement. Even if it’s just a fad, at least it’s a healthy fad. Hop into the car and check it out. Most clubs will let you try out a week of free membership. You may not know it, but Pilates is producing stronger backs and more solid core muscles, and turning people into happy, pain-free individuals. Why hesitate? What have you got to lose?
Tip # 74 Let’s get physical…
You’ve complained enough about your weight. Your parents are tired of listening to you, and so are your friends. It’s been a yo-yo, on and off, touch and go affair with the scale.
You’re only 23 but you’re overweight by twice that number. The doctor just said that you’re a likely candidate of diabetes if you don’t do something. See which of these statements apply to you.
“I’d feel better if I lost weight because:
The benefits are immeasurable. If you stop procrastinating, you can enjoy these benefits today.
Tip # 75 The gym can be a scary place
If you go to the gym frequently enough, you get used to seeing certain types: the fanatics, the confident and the driven.
Then there are those who can’t look you in the eye – they’re attired in clothes that camouflage their size and their demeanor suggests they’re embarrassed about being in the gym at all. They look miserable, move awkwardly, and are terrified of the machines.
You were there once. Don’t delay about giving them encouragement. A simple, sincere smile would go a long way. Don’t give advice; don’t offer to show them how a particular machine can be adjusted. If you smile at them everyday, chances are by next week, they shall have mustered enough courage to ask you to help them figure out their fitness routine. It works all the time!
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