Want Success? Get Used to it! Part II

22 Jan

Me sequel to Part I:

Wow! I thought to myself, she is right on the money. She is obviously “USED TO IT” and I need to get used to this hell so that it is not hell anymore.

You see, if you get used to living healthy, it’s not painful, it’s as much a part of your life as waking up in the morning and brushing your teeth. It does not have to be a favorite hobby but it’s necessary, just like brushing your teeth.

I’m not just talkin’ exercise, if you’re in the habit of doing a Starbucks Latte, save yourself 200 calories by trading it in for a TAZO tea (0 calories) and “GET USED TO IT”, so that it is now your new “Habit”.

Here’s the upside of allowing Angela to kick my butt, after she is through, nobody or nothing else that day can get to me. If I survive her class I can get through anything; my mind is clear and ready to be challenged my body feels no pain (actually I cannot feel it at all ’till the next day :)). I feel good because I did something for myself and I know this will help me reach my weight goal!

I look forward to seeing Angela every week. She is in her fifties and going strong, she is fit, she has tons of energy believe me she’s got it over a lot of younger people .  And me, I’m going to follow Angela in her footsteps. I’m a few years younger and there is no reason I cannot achieve the same level of fitness or at least 3/4 of it.

I want good health, energy and I want to fit into my size 6, pre-pregnancy cloths. I want success and I’m gonna GET USED TO IT! How about you?


Posted by on January 22, 2011 in energy, exercise, Uncategorized, weight loss, wellness, Women


2 responses to “Want Success? Get Used to it! Part II

  1. Steve Parker, M.D.

    January 29, 2011 at 9:46 am

    Good luck with it!

    I’m going to start a fitness program soon, too. It’s an at-home program called Core Performance. At my age, I’ve gotta be careful not to injure myself.

    • valerieberkowitz

      January 31, 2011 at 10:06 am

      Thank you and enjoy your fitness program. Starting an at-home program is a great way to get a jump on good health without having to worry about how you look, how you perform, it’s low in cost and it is the most convenient way to exercise.

      Good for you!


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