#WednesdayWisdom: On exercise

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So you may have made a fitness goal to usher in this impossible-sounding year, 2020. Or you’ve been dabbling in fitness for a while. Or you’re a regular exerciser.

No matter where you are with fitness, the days–or the weeks, because sometimes it’s weeks–will come when you just don’t wanna. At all.

Maybe that exercise glow isn’t as strong. Maybe you’re achy. Or maybe your couch/bed is calling.

Only you know whether it’s a can’t or don’t wanna situation.

But.

Pushing through those don’t wannas, even if you whine the whole time you’re doing it, gives you a special sense of accomplishment. Pushing through those don’t wannas, knowing there are times they will beckon far more loudly than the “you can do its” makes you feel like you’ve climbed a mountain, even if your workout is climbing mountains.

Then it’s like climbing two mountains.

Sometimes I think of exercise as medicine it takes 30 minutes to ingest. And I always, always, always feel better afterward.

Even if I don’t wanna.

Especially if I don’t wanna.

And this is after a week of don’t wanna. And here’s the thing about that: eventually you turn the corner and wanna. And you’ve stuck with it.

And that’s pretty cool.

Anyway, have a great Wednesday. Maybe get in a workout, if you’re able.


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