Too True.

Everyone has to decide their own wellness path. No one can do it for them. Not even medicine, in my opinion. To be truly healthy, we have to be committed to it. Not to say we can’t have anything “bad,” but to me it’s a lifestyle. This post pretty much sums it up. I don’t want to sound preachy, but I only got into a routine of eating well (or better, consistently) and working out once I realized that it is a lifestyle, not a way to lose weight or a diet to do for a few months, if that. Zuzana from Bodyrock said it once in one of her talks, that it isn’t about working out every single day, but making it a lifestyle so that if you do get off the routine for longer than you want, you know you will get back into it. That really clicked in my brain. I don’t berate myself (as much) for missing a workout. At the same time, I don’t miss as many workouts, because it’s now part of my life. I know I seem obsessed with Bodyrock. Perhaps that is true, but be prepared, because it won’t be even close to the last time you hear about Bodyrock or Zuzana.

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