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Initial post: May 29, 2012 6:06:54 PM PDT
S. A. Young says:
If attitude is all about the want to, and we all know that if you want something bad enough you will get it and or make it happen. Why is it that only certain people people have the right attitude about fitness? You don't have to be a jock or look like someone in entertainment, you just have to want to improve your life and wellness. Why is that so hard today

Posted on May 31, 2012 6:05:16 AM PDT
ZombieDiva says:
I think maybe because what one wants and making it happen are two separate things. It's an easy thing to do, to come to a conclusion about getting healthy. All we have to do is imagine it. Putting it into action is a whole 'nother ball of wax. While we can try with all of our might to make it happen, sometimes it doesn't happen right away. When we struggle too much, sometimes it's easier to give up the fight. Or, because it is taking so long, we start to backslide a bit. Complacency is a huge issue in why we don't reach our goals.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 5, 2012 8:59:19 AM PDT
S. A. Young says:
Could not agree more with you about the whole complacency issue. However, when I hear about how we now run the risk of 1 in 3 children developing diabetes then I am scared for our future, and it just does not have to be that way.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 5, 2012 9:06:08 AM PDT
For the same reason that 'certain people' shop for entertainment, (thus incurring debt) drink too much, or whatever. I just learned on the Health Forum here on Amazon that *will power* is an out of style term in today's world. If you want to look it up it's on the diet pill thread near the top.

A growing segment of our population are looking for the easy way.

Posted on Feb 5, 2013 1:55:58 PM PST
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Posted on Feb 5, 2013 1:58:24 PM PST
John Bryan says:
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Initial post:  May 29, 2012
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