Being Consequently Fit or CFit – a concept brewing inside my head for years. Endlessly pinging around in my brain, the desire to write, ultimately aiming for a book, however being a published author seems daunting. For many years, a good friend (love you Shoba!) nagged and nagged me to write. Recently, another close acquaintance gave me a much needed shove to start by blogging. Honestly, I’ve avoided the latter advice for several months … like many people avoid exercise…until now.
What my friends shared made sense. I have knowledge that others need.
The question put forth…what makes me unique?
You will ultimately be the judge of my uniqueness. Hopefully, through upcoming posts, evidence of my style will to set me apart from other dietitians and personal trainers.
Where I want to head with this blog —
- Fitness lies completely in your control;
- Being fit or unfit consequently results from daily actions;
- It’s your actions that landed you in your current state of health.
- Lastly, no excuses –Take ownership for what you’ve done that created who you are.
While that last point almost sounded negative, here’s what I mean:
If you wish your level of fitness could be considered healthy, in other words, you don’t like being out-of-shape, no one may be blamed but yourself. You know it’s true.
Fitness may be achieved by being active (breaking a sweat) 45-60 minutes most days of the week. Is that seriously too much to ask?
Mindful actions to which I am going to point out through posts as “Mindful Axn”, set you up to being fit or unfit. The goal emphasized will be getting “CFit”. I strongly believe daily habits brought you to where you are today. Simply put, it’s not by accident that a healthy level of fitness is obtained.
Chiseled six packs won’t be the focus around here rather forever fitness and self accountability.
I look forward to helping you on your journey to overall good health.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Thanks for joining me!
Laura S. Garrett, RD, PFT