New Habit Monday: Fitness Media Fast

The new habit for the next two weeks?  Boycott fitness media — no facebook articles, no blogs, no magazines, no inspirational Pinterest posters, no nothing (really, I shouldn’t be posting here either, but I’m more whiny than fitness-y).

The premise is sound:  we are bombarded with information and choices from all sides, but this overload doesn’t necessarily do us any good.  The change is in the doing, not the reading about the doing, amiright?  And that’s what we’re tasked with — focusing on consistently making good nutrition choices and getting in all the workouts without worrying about what everyone else has to say about it.

So, yea.  That’s it.  Not much to it, is there? I won’t be all that impacted by this — while I certainly do my fair share of reading about fitness, I have more than enough other stuff to keep my brain busy.  I’ll also say that since I started LE, I haven’t paid as much attention to the articles and blogs that I used to because I already know what I’m doing and I’m not looking for anything new to take on. I’m easily distracted, you know.

And really, there’s only one diet that produces results — the one that you stick with and create a lifestyle around. 

So, none of this. Like what she’s doing is
even possible.
Real people don’t do that without their shoulders
popping right out of their sockets. A
nd her body has totally
got to be Photoshopped, right? If not, she
definitely needs a cookie. Or 8. Yup, I think not
seeing any of this will be good for me.