A Real Life Scenario: Loved Ones Who Do Not Exercise

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December 15th,
2008

If you want to be motivated and enthusiastic to get in shape then you have to be careful about those who want to sabotage your efforts. It’s sad to say it, but misery loves company and people who do not follow basic healthy habits tend to drag others around them down when it comes to proper eating and exercise.

It’s even worse if those people are loved ones!

While Fit Into Your Jeans offers several suggestions to help you resolve that situation, you may not have the time or energy to make those constructive changes.

So what can you do?

Chances are that the loved ones who may be sabotaging your fitness goals tend to watch a lot of television. This isn’t always the case, but it is more often than not the truth.

Tell them that you would love for them to join you in healthy activities and habits, but if they won’t do so then at least have them check out Television Exercise. Yes, they can get a free exercise guide which shows them how they can begin to get in shape during the commercial breaks while watching TV.

Tell them that they won’t have to miss a second of their favorite television shows!

Whether you use the suggestions in Fit Into Your Jeans or simply refer your loved ones to Television Exercise, you will done yourself a terrific service by taking action to reduce any “sabotage.” And you will have done something terrific which is getting other people to start exercising.

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