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Exercise // Thinker: The Work Still Matters

In my last post I opined that work is not exercise. However, it is important to acknowledge the work.


Or the play / activity.


Or the competition or sport of your choice.


Or the ability to simply deal with the demands of daily living.


None of these things count as exercise in and of themselves because they put your physical well-being second to the external task at hand.


Ultimately, however, such tasks are what are more commonly referred to as goals - your very reasons for exercising in the first place.


They are not without importance. In fact, they make up what is "importance" in your exercise process.

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