Easy is the word that should be used in the situation of someone being committed to working out. This is because becoming committed and steadily getting results will make everything ‘work out’ over time.
Here is why I say this: have you noticed a lot of people do a New Years resolution to get in shape and 90% quit before a few months? They could have had some results that only required an hour or less 4 days a week, depending on what they are working out for. However, by going for a few months and then not going at all you are achieving nothing.
In conclusion, make fitness a commitment and results will follow. Do it for several months and it will become habitual. Do it longer and you may end up studying nutrition and exercises, and getting even better results.
Over time, you not only get in shape but you become the type of person who can get in shape. Throughout the journey, you will have become a new person. You will have values identified with commitment, dedication, and integrity with yourself along with self-love.
To sum everything up, committing makes fitness easier by making you change over time to achieve your goals and making you goal oriented.
If you’d like to read more about the transformation you may go through by pursuing your passion or fitness endeavor, read my previous post titled Build The Virtues Associated With Giving It Your All.
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