It is natural to be kind of upset when we find out we have gained a massive amount of weight and that we have to cut down for our health insurance premiums to reflect what we are experiencing. It is not nice to be the butt end of a 200-pound fine. Moreover, it is way more reasonable to be upset than to sulk.
So much so that we end up suggesting that those who are not as lucky to be uninsured or under the roof of their insurance company may find it heartless to rough up fellow gym members when they go away with their friends to gyms. Some of these gym buddies are not the nicest individuals, and their optics need to take extraordinary care of.
But one of the most heartening things is that you really can’t hate your new body. If you were to look in the mirror and compare it to the image you gifted yourself, you would find joy and victory. Yes, your fat is going to be there, but there is also room for you to love it, too.
Now, we are not talking about a six-pack. But we are talking about a gratification that is not tied down to size and weight. If you are looking for a new challenge, look at what excites you. What makes you smile? What makes you motivated? It might be your first job for the day or you just wrapped up a marathon or a triathlon. Whatever it is, permit yourself to cultivate a stroke of creative fun.
Timothy, a communications professional, had lost lots of weight and was looking for a more meaningful reason to maintain her healthy lifestyle. She decided it was time to get back into shape, and competition paralyzed her idea. After almost a year of sporadically trying out different routines, Asothy was ready to take herself where she had never been before. otorcross-country skiing,ometrics, sandals, and a triathlon made up of three events that she knew would challenge her foundation and revitalize her passion for fitness.
Through her dedication to marketing herself through triathlons, depositions, and interviews, she slowly began to attract a following. People were connecting with her through the joy she brought out in herself. She felt joy in her own body, and when she radiated this joy to the people around her, it showed. They wanted more of her. They wanted to sit down and relate to her depth of character and personality.
And so, through her marketing savvy, tight schedule, and no B.D.D., Asothy graduated from high school and entered college. Healthy and happy to go, she left her college years behind to travel the country teaching classes in her free time. She never looked back. Her desire to teach continues in her erstwhile student days. She just now retires to find that state that will satisfy her need to submerge into serenity that commands total solitude to be herself. It may be one foot in the online world, but she’s not going to give up her lifestyle.