“Men should pledge themselves to nothing; for reflection makes a liar of their resolution.”
Resolutions proclaimed with a belly full of whiskey only lead to headaches and empty promises.
It may be clear by now that resolutions are similar to diets because they do not work.
This is most often true when the resolution bombast is the diet! Resolutions are notoriously short-term.
Diets are based on weight loss versus lifestyle changes – which promotes a series of cyclical events instead of the process necessary for lasting change.
The same principle is applicable to the countless proclamations by people to commence a fitness program each January.
If you inadvertently stuck your foot in your mouth – or your head up your ass – know that humans have the capacity to change their behavior. Whether or not one does it simply highlights one’s belief system.
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“Don’t dig your grave with your own knife and fork.”
It is time to see the forest instead of the trees.
The food you put in your mouth will impact more than your snowshoeing. Health care costs are escalating in synch with disease incidence rates – which is synonymous with disaster. http://www.snowshoemag.com/2011/09/18/part-one-the-price-of-convenience/
Our society is overfed yet undernourished and this includes endurance athletes. Billions of dollars per year are wasted treating symptoms and designing new therapies, medications and procedures to continue to treat symptoms.