What kind of habits describe you?
Posted 2 years ago by Melody Lyn
Habits are something that you do over and over again, so much so, that you dont even think about it before you do it. It is a part of your being. You could almost say it is a way of life.
What are you doing habitualy that is good for you?
What about a bad habit?
Can you give it up, change your ways, quit the destructive behavior?
Is it healthy?
Think before you do it. What is that habit doing for you in the long run?
I am in the process of pursuing my Personal Trainer Certification which will help keep me accountable and continue on my journey to optimum health.
Posted 2 years ago by Shellyann
This is not an easy pursuit. I want this for me.
Posted 2 years ago by coffeejunkie
I know I am going to have to develop my will power and self discipline to achieve this. This is one of my goals -- to get in to the greatest shape of my life...also saving big in 2011.
The first step I made towards this goal was simply to make that decision. I thought about it, accepting that it would not be easy and decided to take the first few steps. I guess the first step was acceptance. Accepting the fact that I needed to do something to improve myself... the rest...
Baby steps I made:
1. Exercised consistently at least 3 to times a week.
2. Made healthier choices when it came to what I ate.
3. Made myself socially accountable. Joined websites, communities, blogged about it, told my friends and family -- sought support.
I hope to gain more friends and learn more from others like me, who are pursuing this goal.
As I am getting older I realize being the best shape possible is a goal I want to follow through with. I see many devastating health conditions which could seriously affect the things we take for granted. I want to walk, run, jump, hop, etc. I do not want a health condition preventing that. I also have learned to tell myself how much I love myself. It took time but now I recite it approximately 15-20 times a day and that alone has reduced my weight. I feel better about myself and it really boils down to loving yourself above all things. Respect yourself. Love yourself and the rest will eventually fall into place. It may not always be what we want but with self-respect we can adjust better.
Posted 2 years ago by BeautyTechUSA
My goal is to continue to drop more fat. So Far I have lost about 65 lbs and I want to loose another 20 to reach my inital goals!!!
Posted 3 years ago by Dr. J
Food for thought: You can have 80% Liver Failure before you know you have liver failure.
Posted 4 years ago by Antonio C. Fernando, DC
Food for thought: If you unplug the "Check Engine Light" on your car dashboard, does it mean your car's engine is ok?
Food for thought: The first symptom of a heart attack is...a heart attack.
True Wellness is prophylatic in nature. It's anticipatory. It is not Crisis Management.
The true nature of Medical Care is "Crisis Management". Once the "crisis" is over, Wellness Care must take over.
Most people live their lives in a Crisis Management Mode. Once they are "saved" from their crisis event (think heart failure), they are left on their own to "clean up the mess" that Crisis Management (Medical Care) left behind (think effects of a tornado on your house. Then think if you have no home insurance).
Food for though: Every cell in every organ of your body is forever changed by the effects of "crisis management".
Food for thought: Everyone needs a Wellness Coach!
I'm looking for a fast, simple but effective ab workout I can do at home...
Posted 4 years ago by amympolk
I have a plan to work toward getting in the best shape I can. I am taking aquatic therapy to strengthen body, relieve pain and muscle spasm. I use a wheelchair. I also plan to return to Qigong.
Posted 4 years ago by DrMaat
I need to find a professional nutritionist to help me tailor a perfect diet' so that I can start feeling better.
Posted 5 years ago by misstee