Why Do We Struggle With Our Fitness?
Improving our health with a good exercise program should not be a matter of just hot weather and summer approaching. This should be part of a much bigger picture of your life path, where your strength and physical form are so important that “becoming what you do” is not just “what you do” when you have a tendency to do something physical.
If you’re still struggling to get in shape, it becomes a mountain that you never seem to get to the top of, and always feel out of reach. The transition from “good physical fitness” to “good physical form” is the essence and what are the real benefits.
Deep down (and most likely in your mind) you know that this is not some miracle exercise or magic food, or even some new exciting training device – it’s from you.
Only you have all the power and magic to shape and improve your life. And a special key that fully reveals your potential – your brightest life – is your strength.
We are talking about fitness that is below our outer layer – fitness that includes your health/medical profile, mood, energy, well-being, longevity and vitality of your mind. Fitness is not only your appearance – no, it is much wider and deeper. In this scenario, many factors come into play with the “infinite sense of fitness,” but one of the most important is their place in their path to a better quality of life.
As you continue to increase your physical strength through a strength training program, you also increase your inner strength, which comes from within, radiates and benefits all areas of your life.
We all have circumstances, experiences and life situations that affect who we are, how we think and what actions we take (or don’t do). At any point in our lives, we have the opportunity to step in to gain more control over who we are and what we want to do. As with any other life journey, the pursuit of strength and fitness means encountering obstacles, dangers and challenges. Sometimes we overcome these obstacles, and sometimes we need to dig deep to make sure that we continue to overcome them.
Although the negative signs of the aging process come to us slowly, we often take our health for granted while we are healthy. We pay little attention to the end results of our negative lifestyle habits. Sometimes we need to worry about health to encourage us to act, but if we show signs of illness or malaise, it may be too late. Poor health can melt deep inside for years, even decades, before manifesting itself. In the meantime, it could be a dead grip on your life.
We must understand that good health is never easy; it is something that needs to be maintained on a daily basis, and it requires a certain commitment to fitness and healthy eating not only sometimes, but every day.
One of the easiest ways to stay young is to stop the loss of muscle tissue, which begins at the age of 25 and lasts throughout life. As soon as you stop using your muscle strength, you will begin to lose it. And this loss of muscle mass is just the beginning. Inaction causes a cascade of weakening from the top of the top to the tips of the toes. It affects your brain, muscles and bones, major organs, sleep, your mental health, your ability to use glucose and more.
But the good news is that you can stop or even reverse it if it’s all already started with a good exercise program that includes strength training. This activity to build and maintain muscle mass is the incentive that makes most of the body’s organs function best.
It’s never too late to start, and today is a good day to start. Stop your struggle with fitness, admit it, and you will regret that you started many years ago, when you start to enjoy many of the benefits that will bring you a new-found strength.
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