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Why Fitness Comes Down to Your Choices

Health and happiness come down to choices. I think we can all agree with that statement. We have the responsibility to make choices each day to eat healthy, exercise, and respond to life in the best way. It's not about being perfect, but having realistic goals progressing toward a quality life. 

We are all works in progress. Adopting a healthy lifestyle will remain a lifetime process. Being healthy is by choice and not by chance. Days will not be perfect, but they can be the best according to your choices. 

None of us like to hear we're making excuses, but it really does apply to fitness and everything in life. Getting healthy takes effort just as pushing through college and career takes work. I don't accept excuses or reasons why health isn't a priority and that isn't called being unreasonable, it's being truthful. Let me clarify my reference is to the majority of people who can get healthy but choose to remain in an unhealthy lifestyle.  

You can do it, but will you? That is the question each of us has to answer when it comes to taking care of your health in all aspects. You are in control of what you eat, how many times you exercise, letting go of pointless drama, and how you respond to life. You should want to feel your best, look your best, and be your healthy best. 

There will be times motivation is tanked and you don't want to put in the work. That is called normal. It's in those moments you must dig deep inside yourself and make the choice to push on anyway. Fitness is a disciplined life regardless of negative feelings.  

If you feel this post is coming on strong, then I have accomplished my goal of getting you to think. I hope you are motivated to get tough with yourself and make the necessary choices to get healthy. Are you angry, bitter, frustrated, unhappy, and using reasons to remain unhealthy? I hope your choices begin to turn this around replacing all that negative stuff with a healthy, quality, and happy life. 

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