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ALL or NOTHING usually ends with nothing.


Having an all-or-nothing approach to fitness is a common issue that many people face. It can be challenging to find a balance between a strict routine and the flexibility to enjoy life. Here are a few tips on how to stop having an all-or-nothing approach with fitness:


Set realistic goals: Instead of aiming for perfection, set achievable goals that you can work towards. For example, if you want to exercise more, start by scheduling three workouts a week instead of committing to an intense daily routine.


Be flexible: It's okay to deviate from your routine occasionally. If you miss a workout or indulge in a treat, don't beat yourself up. Just get back on track the next day.


Change your mindset: Instead of thinking of fitness as an all-or-nothing endeavor, consider it a way to improve your overall health and well-being. Focus on the benefits of exercise, such as increased energy and improved mood, rather than just the physical results.


Find activities you enjoy: If you dread going to the gym, try finding other forms of exercise that you enjoy, such as hiking, dancing, or swimming. This will make it easier to stick to your routine and make fitness a regular part of your life.


👉🏻Remember, fitness is a journey, not a destination. By taking a more flexible approach, you can find a balance that works for you and achieve your goals without sacrificing your happiness and well-being.

Becks👊🏻💙

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