The question I’m most frequently asked is whether I really practice what I preach on my blog.
It seems the collective you wonder if my move. every day. something. optimally 30 minutes. day in and out. year in and out. until death. philosophy is something to which I actually adhere.
It seems the collective you see blog posts such as this, where I talk about consistency being key & not the amount of exercise done, and feel called to email & lovingly inquire if that’s really what I do.
Im here today to say it is.
Im here today to say it is what’s gotten me where I am today.
I dont believe in spending hours exercising (Im a huge fan of fitting exercise into our lives not fitting our *lives* around exercise)—-even if that means, as it was for me, weight-loss is slow & steady not fast & furious.
(Reason #784547 why I wasnt a fit for this gig.)
I believe fits & starts with exercise & healthy living are bad for our bodies.
Our physical states and our mental states.
HELL YES more exercise will get you lean & mean more rapidly.
If youre this misfit, however, you wont maintain said higher levels & the resulting feelings of failure are not worth it.
What’s my point in this rather muddled, MizFit-muzings filled post?
I want you to join me.
I want you to make today the day you start to view your life through the lens of how might I make every action I take a little more active & a little more healthy? (hello fitness-breaks not coffee breaks! greetings pacing while talking on the phone!)
I want you to make today the day you commit to perhaps doing less than you’re currently doing if your routine is one you know (in your heart of hearts) you cannot maintain for the life-long haul.
I want you to make today the day you join me in PLAYouts & in-the-name-of-fun calorie burning & maybe…just perhaps…skip the gym all together.
I want you to make today the day you join me in shouting:
BRING ON THE BUBBLE-WRAP!
(if youre joining via a reader theres a 19 second video above)
What do you say—are you in?