This message could completely change your perspective and mindset on your health and fitness goals, so I suggest you read it all the way through.
So like me, you have an obligation to be fit, healthy, confident and live your absolute best life possible.
And so we’re clear, i’m not talking about just looking good or setting PR’s in the weight room…
I’m talking about living a strong life…
I’m talking about understanding the importance of self respect – and recognizing that self respect starts with making decisions that our in our own best interest everyday as it relates to the foods we put in our bodies & exercising…
Something thought that you and I were special enough to give us this life. We didn’t have to do anything for it, it was a gift.
Whether you’re aware of it or not, every decision you make or fail to make has a direct impact on your life and will ultimately be part of your story.
I don’t know about you, but when it’s all said and done, I want to be proud of the story my kids, kids, kids read about me & the way I lived my life.
I owe it to them – WE owe it to them.
WE owe it to our parents that brought us into the world & although they may not have been perfect, we know they’ll be so proud to see us living our best life!
WE owe it to our families whether bound by blood or not, as it’s not fair to them to ultimately have to suffer the financial & stressful burden associated with potential obesity-related illness & sickness that we brought on ourselves.
WE owe it to our significant others, as they deserve only the very best version of us, not a deteriorating, out of shape, lethargic downgrade from what they initially fell for.
WE owe it to our kids, or any kids for that matter, as WE are what they have to look up to; and like it or not, they’ll model our actions and follow the examples that are set for them accordingly.
WE owe it to our grand babies, grand babies, as predisposing them to poor genes & putting them at a higher risk of disease, depression, low self-esteem and low confidence is extremely irresponsible.
WE owe it to every member of the military who became paralyzed or disabled in combat and would give anything to have the opportunity to exercise just 1 more time.
WE owe it to anyone throughout history who served in the Armed Services and paid the ultimate sacrifice by giving their lives fighting for our freedom.
But most importantly, WE owe it to ourselves.
This week I have just one simple request.