Hi. I'm Brittany. I'm an intuitive exerciser.
I do exercise when I'm ready for a good ol' booty burnin'.
I don't exercise when I'm physically exhausted.
I do exercise when I'm ready to challenge myself.
I don't exercise when I'm overwhelmed with 10,000 chores.
Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy, Right?
Honestly, I wish I could say that it was.
Because I strive very hard to remain active and make continuous progress towards my fitness goals, I have to admit that I am guilty of sometimes pushing myself a little harder than I should.
I don't want to go into too much detail and focus on the irrelevant thoughts that cloud my head at times, but I do want to let you all know that they do occur occasionally. I wholeheartedly want to be honest with each and every one of you.
Nonetheless, I've decided to officially kick those pushy, irrelevant thoughts to the curb and embrace the idea of intuitive exercising. Some of my absolutely inspiring, motivating HLB friends do a phenomenal job of shining the light on the important ideas behind intuitive exercising, and I would love to see everyone read their posts and embrace IE with me: Clare @ Fitting it all In, Meg @ A Dash of Meg, and Tara @ I'm Fit Possible.
"Fitness is a journey, not a destination."
I have made peace with my body. I have made peace with myself. I will give my body the respect it so fully deserves.
All things considered, I thought that this song would be the perfect way to conclude today's post. I heard it on the radio yesterday, and I must say... I'm also guilty of jamming out a little too hard in my car.
I love this song's message.
I hope you all take it easy on yourself today. Life's too short to run yourselves down. Have an absolutely wonderful day, fit-friends and family.