Yes or no wellness

Apple Watch fitness screen
Slow, easy 24-mile, two-hour ride within our subdivision. Made several calls and rode hands-free for 99.5% of the time.

Yes or no to wellness?

This could be one of the of the most ridiculously obvious answers in history.

Pro tip: answer yes or no with your actions – what we see you do.

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Keep your engines fired up

Some Snow People can fly.

An object in motion tends to stay in motion.

An object at rest tends to stay at rest.

Basic common sense.

Basic science.

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Worth a second look?

An adult knows strength, cardio, rest, nutrition, flexibility, core, and motivation are key to physical vibrancy. And if you pair high common sense with high action, you get wellness (aka physical vibrancy).

Common sense is not as common as it could be – nor as it should be.

Why?

Insidious distraction boasts high activity, but little to no common sense; plenty busy enough, but not focused on highest priorities.

Summarized differently, if you really want to/need to get real with yourself:

To know is to do. To know and not do is to not yet know.

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Regret, that lower right box, it’s a freight-train barreling your way.

Common sense says don’t ever let that happen.

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Short vs long term

USATF website welcome page
USATF = United States Track and Field.

The two main differences between a short-term and long-term dream:

  • the length of time needed to be successful
  • the level of determination expended to be successful

Insight: Reaching a short-term goal (say running a 10k) is one thing. Staying vibrantly active for a lifetime (long-term goal) is another.

We often get blinded by short-term success. But we should see the blindness coming before we even begin.

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Eat like you mean it

Moss type plant in Montana mountains
Moss type plant, close up.

To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

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