“I eat today, as much as I like and I will burn it out tomorrow in the gym.”
“I have been clean all week. I deserve to go crazy over the weekend.”
Well, we’ve been there at some stage of our life. I definitely have when I was young and my parents would tell me, it’s OK to eat everything just workout. Sometimes people who were the most unfit would tell me this and give me this advice while eating a samosa (fried pastry).
Bottom line, we all need to eat well and good for our body. No one is free from it. We all need fitness (in the form of movement), as much as we need fuel (nourishment) for our body to thrive and stay free of conditions. It’s not solely about the scale and never has been although it can have an impact on our vitals. I wanted to reach out to you today and just send in a simple reminder, my friend.
You cannot undo the damage of overeating, overindulgence or even bad food, by working out the next day. I’m busting some myths here.
It’s a vicious cycle that the mind just convinces one to follow for any of these reasons:
Seeking pleasure in the moment to satisfy the palate.
Not allowing the body to accept better change and stay addicted to a cycle.
Not allowing the body to understand what fuel is good for the system and rather getting stuck in a “yo-yo diet” mindset.
This is applicable to all folks, no matter what the shape, size or weight category they may be.
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