Dear Fat Friend Home Fitness Equipment Experts Blog
Posted by Coach Blue on November 30, 2008 under Fitness, Fitness Habits, Health, Lifestyle Habits
I write this letter to you not to be mean but just for the opposite reason, because I care about you. What happened?, you used to be thin, healthy, full of energy, and so upbeat. I know our lives have changed a lot since our carefree younger days when we had more time to ourselves and less responsibility. However, having kids, a career, and other responsibilities is not a reason to stop taking care of ourselves. I worry about you. I worry that you won’t be around to guide your kids, teach them right from wrong. I worry that you will not be there to see them graduate high school, college, and get married. I worry that you won’t be there when they need you to give them support and guidance with some struggle or challenge that life throws at them. I worry that you will not be there to hold your first grandchild, to look at that small little miracle, and have him or her gaze affectionately back at you. These are the precious moments in life you will miss if you continue along the path of self destruction. All the things you think are more important to do than making time to exercise in your daily routine now will be meaningless if you are not alive. Making time to exercise most days of the week will not only make you more productive and efficient in your busy life, you’ll feel great and have more energy.
Just think how good it will feel to fit back in those old clothes of yester year again. How much more energy you will have to play with your kids? How much better your knees and back will feel when you shed that excess baggage that has been covering the old you. How good you will feel when the doctor tells you have a clean bill of health, that your body is functioning at a level 10 or 15 years younger than your biological age and you no longer need to take all those medications.
I know you have the ability to get back in shape. You are strong person, you can do anything you set your mind to. We are born with two of the greatest gifts; a mind and a heart. Please use these to guide you back to the old healthy person you used to be and I know deep down that you long to be.
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