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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Dedicated To Shedding Pounds Part 1

We all probably already know that being overweight is extra hard on the joints and when you already are having joint problems, it would be of a tremendous help loosing those excessive pounds.

I have heard and seen it several times before; people are trying to loose weight, but they don't seem to be able to. There could be several reasons for that and if you are among those who try to shed some pounds, but are having a hard time doing so, maybe one of the following reasons could be the culprit.

Diet and exercise are an essential part of achieving your weight loss goal and have to be done daily. It is okay to skip it when you really can't do it, but it is not okay to make up excuses in order to get out from under it.

Support and encouragement from family and friends can be that extra push you need to either get started, do your daily exercise routine or to keep up your efforts. It could be helpful to exercise with a loved one or friend or maybe go to a fitness class.

Yes, you may occasionally snap at them when they remind you to stick to your diet or do your exercise, but they are only trying to help you keeping your commitment.

It all comes down to dedication and perseverance and when you fall short on your commitment, keep in mind you are the one who will be suffering the consequences.

That pertains to every aspect in life and even though we may not always want to go through all the trouble, it is for our own good. Eventually, we will reap the benefits!

Romans 5:3-4
3 And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; 4 and perseverance, character; and character, hope.


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