You can’t instantly get fit

We live in a time where we get instant gratification.

Think about it, anything you touch happens immediately.

I can order anything I want online and have it shipped to my home within a week. I can call, text and email to get any service I require. Antyng I could want is at my fingertips. There is a solution and it will be fixed right then and there. One thing that still takes time is getting in shape. I think that is why there are so many overweight people now. Not only is junk food easier to get and cheaper, but working out takes time. A lot of people don’t want to invest in an hour everyday and keep at working out. Buying healthier foods and making good meals is a lot of work. Being in shape is constant maintenance. You can’t just do one work out and look like Chris Hemsworth too. You need to keep plugging away at your fitness routine and will hopefully look at least decent. I will admit that there are times I want to throw in the towel. It gets annoying crunching every single day and barely seeing any definition. I can run almost 5 miles at a sprint and I still feel I look out of shape. When I start getting down on myself, I go to the body wellness center in town. I either take a group fitness class or hire the personal trainer for a private session. I need to be around other people who won’t give up. I need a little motivation and validation that I am doing the right thing.

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