Commit to be fit

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Commit to be fit

Fitness starts in your mind. Ask any athlete or fit person what the number one secret is to their success at fitness, and they will tell you it is the commitment to the vision.

Commitment. Committed to the outcome when life is going well and when its not.
Commitment rises above bad days, hectic schedules and volatile emotions. Commitment hangs in there when you don’t want to do it, when you don’t feel like doing it and when you don’t have time to do it.
True commitment doesn’t depend on how you feel. It depends on your integrity and on living for the purpose you have set for yourself.
Are you committed to get fit?

No Weekend Warriors
Committing to be fit eliminates the weekend warrior syndrome. You may know a weekend warrior. He is the person who does little physical exercise during the week, but when the weekend arrives, he blasts out of the gate like a stallion at the Melbourne Cup. In a desperate attempt to make up for his sedentary behaviour all week, he goes to the gym or hits the pavement, pushing himself to the limit.
The result, however, is not what he expects. He will likely end up with an injury, because his muscles, tendons and joints are not conditioned for the intensity of his exercise. But he is also not getting in shape, because he is not committed.

Your health and fitness depends on consistency.

Consistency requires commitment.  It takes consistent, near-daily execution to cause your body to make the changes that bring about fitness.

For example, your joints and tendons will strengthen, your aerobic base will improve as your body becomes more efficient at utilising oxygen and ridding itself of carbon dioxide, and your endurance will increase.

In fact, that you do something consistently is as important, or maybe even more important, than what you actually do. Even if you are just doing low intensity walking, doing it every day is infinitely better than doing something more strenuous only occasionally.
But the real rewards come when you not only commit to intense workouts, but you also commit to being consistent with those workouts.

In order to get fit, you do not need expensive clothes, fancy home-gym equipment or a complicated workout plan.
What you need is commitment.

If you are committed, the rest of the pieces will fall into place.

You can start today. Don’t overthink this.
Just start and commit to executing your commitment every single day.

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