Are resolutions good or are they bad? Is it good to set yourself up for failure? Do people really stick to resolutions at all? Here's what I think...I think we should never stop trying! Never, never never! I don't care how many times you fall flat on your face, just get right back up and do it again!
Most people question my lifestyleon why do you sleep so little? Why dont you go out on the weekends? One chocolate wont hurt you! You cant afford to eat this or drink that!?Yes you're right I can but it's my choice,my path,my book, and as you can tell I dont care to be like what your standards are. I have set my own and by no means mine are better than just partying all night and getting wasted on the weekends.We all places that we want to go, and be in life.
High and unreasonable expectations. We usually do this to ourselves around this time of year.Everyone needs the perfect gift, the right amount of money spent on each person, the most festive home with the best home baked foods.So you’ll need to shop online and at stores, get groceries, bake cookies and clean house. Wrap presents and go to parties. And oh- go to work. And sleep. Sometimes. On top of all that, you still need to exercise and make sure that you are not eating a ton of crap so you don’t look like Santa by New Year’s Day.
So as I have recently posted, I have been sticking to a three day a week full body workout with cardio days mixed in. Still, as I am such a big proponent of mixing workout up, today's and tomorrows workout have been changed.
For some odd reason people will believe total strangers on answers for their health questions without any questions to their own backgrounds. Why is this? And what have they learned?Pills are the miracle way to make you look and feel better...FalseBe smaller then you were in Highschool by surgery or lasik....FalseGluten is bad....FalseCarbs are bad....FalseFat is bad.....FalseEat carrots, apples and bananas.... Umm ever heard of any other vegetables or fruits?
Some people are exercise maniacs. You may have met them…you are in the middle of a conversation with them as they keep glancing at their watch. When you finally ask them what’s up they respond by saying “Hey, I gotta go lift Bro”. On the other side of the spectrum you have the person that signs up for a gym membership or buys and expensive treadmill with all the best intentions. A month later they have never stepped foot inside the gym or their treadmill has now become an expensive coat rack.
So I recently shared I had added some new supplements into my routine to re-energize my workouts. Truth be told, I have been working out for over thirty years now, and it can sometimes be hard to stay focused.