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Saturday, March 18, 2017

When It Comes to Fitness, We Get What We Give

Karma basically means whatever you do will come back to you. So, if you're doing good things, good things happen in return and vice versa. The whole reap what you sow philosophy.

I happen to believe in karma. It helps me let go of things out of my control when it comes to others. The thing about karma is there are consequences to treating others and yourself badly. It will eventually come back to bite you in the butt. If you're avoiding your health, eating poorly, and living a sedentary lifestyle, karma fitness will eventually come calling.



Being lied to for example sucks and speaks more about the person doing the action, but guess what ... karma. Let's apply this to our fitness.

Are you being honest with yourself about your fitness? Are you giving your body a healthy life? Do you make excuses for your behavior? Do you really want to eventually suffer the consequences of bad ju-ju all over your fitness?

We may not be able to control other people, but we can sure control our own karma when it comes to getting healthy.


You get what you give. Your body wants to be treated well, fed right and exercised regularly. You have a trusting relationship with your body and want that to remain intact.

Refusing to provide the TLC your body is worthy of will do nothing but destroy a once healthy relationship. Your body will definitely let you know it's being treated like crap. Increased stress, illness, and obesity are just a few ways bad fitness karma will come calling. It's time to get real with yourself and start doing the good your body needs and deserves. All in fitness love!

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Be well and Stay Healthy 


          



4 comments:

  1. eat healthy, regular exercise, burn unwanted fat and stay healthy

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    1. Simply said and that's how it's done! Thanks for your comment and Stay Healthy!

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  2. As a Hindu I was raised to believe in Karmic theory. As I have matured I can see it is not just a theory. It is as tangible as Gravitational theory to me now.

    Applying it to physical health is only logical extension of it and makes complete sense.

    Karma is the like the calf that can find its mother in a herd of ten thousand cows. Believe me, karma will find you. So think, act, play and eat right and exercise.

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    1. Hi Mani, thanks for reading and I enjoyed your feedback! Be well and Stay Healthy

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