Why do we wait so long to “just do it”?

the clock is ticking
look closely, the clock is ticking...just do it

Why do we wait so long to “just do it”?

  • because we get too comfortable
  • because we don’t want to change
  • because we make excuses so quickly and creatively
  • because we think not doing anything will fix our dilemma

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Photo: Finland, 2009 Masters Track & Field World Championships

Too Damn Busy

Busy, Busy, Dreadfully Busy
Busy, Busy, Dreadfully Busy

We hear it all the time don’t we?

“I’m just so busy, I don’t have time to exercise”.

Happens all the time doesn’t it. In fact, we’ve all been guilty of saying something like this. Which begs the next question.

When your health falters, then will you have time?

Ever know you know something important about yourself, but you either can’t quite put your finger on it, or, you simply don’t want to admit it?

Yeah, me too.  So, with New Year’s Eve one day away, and the opportunity to resolve, finally, to do something great, here goes:

I hate being “unhealthy”.

And I hate it so much that I’m willing to do all the common sense things that healthy people do.

Common sense, but not common practice.

Not any more.  Not this year. Ya with me?  Is this your year?

Why Exercise?

Age old question isn’t it? Why exercise?

What’s your answer?

There will never be a better time than right now to do it. I realize many reading this will disagree that there’s a better day than today.

If so, may I ask this, “Then if it’s not today, when?”

How many more days, weeks, months, years can your answer be, “Not today?”

Have a great day. “Here’s to your health, your goals, your dreams, and, to today!”

Why Exercise?

Why exercise?

Seriously?  You live your life and you exercise and you don’t know why?

Or, you don’t exercise, and you don’t know why?

It’s dark outside, here in Central Florida.

And in a few more months, it will also be cold.

Yet I get up, shut up, show up, and just do it.

It’s time for a You Tube motivational video:

The World Championships aren’t about winning, they’re about doing your best.

Even if you finish last.  At least you got up, shut up, showed up and just did it.  No one can take that away from you.  No one.  Ya with me?

I’m gonna shut up and go show up and run in the dark.

At least it’s not cold this morning.  Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂