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  • Writer's pictureSam Trotta

Exercise // Thinker: "I need to exercise."

I can understand that. Why do you need to exercise?

88 out of every 100 people will respond with some version of "I need to lose weight" to that question.

I can understand that, too. I have experienced both that need and a positive outcome in my pursuit of that goal.

Why do you need to lose weight? Or, why do you need to accomplish whatever it is you are trying to accomplish with exercise, assuming you are in the remaining 12 / 100?

"Because doing so will help me . . ."

. . . feel better . . .

. . . move better . . .

. . . participate in more activities . . .

. . . feel more attractive . . .

Fabulous. And, what impact will that have on you?

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