Who’s To Blame?

It’s easy for everyone to point the finger at someone else.

It doesn’t really matter if we’re talking about healthcare, youth obesity, or if it was you or your sibling that broke your mother’s favorite vase.

Blame isn’t an attraction factor, and is often always someone else’s fault.

It’s easier to point blame at someone else rather than admit you’ve made a mistake yourself.

But here’s the part we all ought to remember, no one is perfect. I don’t care if you think you are, we all have a fault or two, or twenty. We’re all bound to make a mistake, or two, or twenty. When it comes down to it, the only time your mistakes are really bad is when you haven’t learned from one and it happens again.

So where’s the blame lay in the health and fitness world? It’s all over the place. infomercials are telling us to buy the new latest and greatest gadget that will change our lives forever, doctors are telling us to do more cardio, mypyramid.gov tells those with an athletic build that they are overweight and possibly obese, and well everyone has a conflicting view point so it’s easy to blame everyone else since there are so many options that you don’t know what to do.

I’m sure you’ve also either used the excuse or at least heard, there just isn’t enough time, working out costs too much, I’ll get back at it next week. Really the only excuse that I’m willing to accept is that you don’t know what you’re doing. There’s too many conflicting view points.

On that topic I will say this, even if you don’t know what to do, find someone good who can tell you and show you, but then stick to it, stick to the plan, follow the workout, make good food choices. Some programs are far more effective than others, but the key to most of them is being consistent and compliant. It’s really that simple.

There’s no blame to be seen if you really give it you’re all. You’ll see the results for yourself.

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