Go fly a kite, join a boot camp, take up hula-hooping or even just re-arrange the furniture – getting your mind and body into shape does not have to involve the gym. Here are some particle, enjoyable and healthy way to improve your wellbeing
Tip # 1 Let’s get physical…
You’ve complained enough about your weight. Your parents are tired of listening to you, and so are your friends. It’s been a yo-yo, on and off, touch and go affair with the scale.
You’re only 23 but you’re overweight by twice that number. The doctor just said that you’re a likely candidate of diabetes if you don’t do something. See which of these statements apply to you.
“I’d feel better if I lost weight because:
I would like myself better. I’d be happier about my physical appearance.
If I learn to like myself, my friends and family would like me better too. I’d be more positive about life, and I’d slowly build up my self-confidence. These qualities attract people.
I’d be more comfortable in my relationships with the opposite sex. I would stop agonizing about what they’re thinking of me being such a fat slob. I want them to think of me as attractive, and pleasant to be with.
My doctor would stop nagging me. My blood pressure, my cholesterol, and my blood sugar levels would be lower, and with some effort, I’d probably regain that old energy I had in my teens.
My friends would respect me more and seek my opinion about their own problems.
The benefits are immeasurable. If you stop procrastinating, you can enjoy these benefits today.
Tip # 2 The gym can be a scary place