Having A Fit For Life Diet
Having a 'Fit For Life Diet' is important in both the mental and physical sense. Thoroughly important, in fact.
That said, it is not necessarily about 'being the absolute best you can be', unless that's a goal you'd seriously like to engage in achieving. For some people, it's about maintaining a healthy weight; for others, it's about maintaining a certain physical strength for whatever the reason.
In this section of the website, I'll discuss dieting techniques, but also exercising techniques which will hopefully ENCOURAGE you to not only strengthen your body to a healthy capacity, but to also then KEEP it strong.
Much of what I will discuss will be based on theories of my own devising, and all of THESE theories are based on my own experience. Where I use theories that are not directly my own, I will only write about them because they make the utmost sense to me, and often-times they will be a general consensus on a topic, so hopefully will be universally true to the majority of people. Which brings me to my following point...
Because we are all different, it's my opinion that there's not any one diet or exercising program that works for everyone.
The reason there are so many 'perfect dieting plans' out there, and yet people keep coming out with new 'perfect dieting plans', is because there's no such thing as 'one diet that works for everyone' or 'one exercise routine that every person can follow'. If anything, the most generic dieting program you could possibly successfully follow is not so much 'what to eat', but more 'what not to eat' (or 'what not to eat too much of too often').
Don't stuff yourself full of the best of every food group there is, in other words; try first limiting, in your diet, those items which are not very nutritious, and do this in conjunction with an exercise routine that is not so excessive that you'll soon give it up because it's simply too much for you to INITIALLY handle.
Just as you'll find with most of my articles on 'self improvement for the mind', you'll also find with most of these 'Fit For Life Diet' articles that BALANCE is the key. But the door to self improvement (again, in the physical sense as well as the mental sense) is one which needs to be opened with two keys, the second one being 'take your progression in SMALL steps'.
If you could click your fingers and immediately have the most healthy and visually appealing body on the planet, that would be magic, not reality.
It would also be somewhat disappointing though because, believe it or believe it not, you wouldn't be left with that incredibly rewarding feeling of having truly worked hard to attain the sort of body that feels good and comfortable to be living in.
As a penultimate point, but also as the most significant point...
TRYING to improve yourself physically as much as you can is more important than the results you'll achieve.
Not everyone will become the strongest, the most beautiful, the healthiest... but it doesn't matter.
TRYING, as much as you can afford to, is what will bring you the most satisfaction in life. This, in huge part, is what it means to have a Fit For Life Diet. Don't forget that!
Everyone dreams, but only a few attempt to then make their dreams come true.
In other words: there are passive dreamers and there are active dreamers, but the difference between the two is that only active dreamers can VERY POSSIBLY bring their hearts' desires to fruition. Only active dreamers can VERY POSSIBLY be as physically healthy as they wish to be.
So which category of dreamer are you?
If you're an active dreamer, then ready yourself for the fun of exercising a Fit For Life Diet!
Below are the links to the articles in this section of the website pertaining to Physical Health.
Self Improvement Gym Article
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