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Can there be any argument that we were built to move?

The human body in it’s finest form can do amazing things. We can climb, jump, spin, turn, push, pull, run, swim, flip, cycle, dance, wrestle, throw, swing etc etc.

Or……. at our most average, we can just sit, watch and deftly manoevre the remote control.

What do you want to do with your life? How do you want to live your life?

We work out in a gym, a park or a best practice personal training studio (even!) so we are functionally better and can do more. Think about why you are working out. I believe it is to have more options and as a consequence a better life. In the words of the ill fated ( I say ill fated because it clearly didn’t work with 65% of men and 55% of  women either overweight or obese) 80’s government  campaign, Life Be in it!

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Have you ever heard the saying, ‘that you become what you think about all day long’? The same also applies to exercise, ‘you become what you do or don’t do on a regular basis’. Hence the headline today. The trick with this ‘consistent exercise gig’ we all know we need is to find your motivation. If you can achieve that, you will no longer need ‘will power’, as the reason for doing it drives the action on auto pilot.