APRIL 9, 2016.

What does 2 plus 2 equal? What happens when you put a wild tiger in the same cage as a rabbit? Which way does gravity work? What would happen if you repeatedly punched a brick wall with your bare fist?I hope all of these are pretty easy to answer with absolute certainty. Let’s try another question: what would happen if an overweight person exercised aerobically 5–6 days a week, ate lots of veggies and drank lots of water, while also cutting back on processed foods and sugary snacks?As unambiguous as this equation is intellectually, America has still not come close to physically getting a grip on its ongoing weight and obesity epidemic. Considering the wealth of information available in this day and age, people have to understand this concept. So why do so many falter at implementing it in their lives? What makes this so difficult? What we often see at Killer B Fitness is that people have difficulty making a change and sticking to it. If you want to live a happy and healthy life then you have to make health and fitness a priority. More importantly you have to make a commitment and you have to live up to it day in and day out.So what is the trick to maintaining this commitment? It’s like any relationship — you’ve got to enjoy it. How you ask? Make it fun. Give it a chance for longer than a couple days. Work out with a buddy. Play some games. Plan a trip to a different place and go for hikes. Set goals and go for them. Don’t feel sorry for yourself. Instead, feel sorry for the exercise machines because you are going to sweat all over them time and time again. Join Killer B Fitness and learn to embrace and cherish your ability to move and stay healthy. Surround yourself with a community of like-minded people who will support you in achieving your goals. Be proud of yourself. Be proud of your commitment and contribution to your life, health, and future.No excuses! It’s time for you to get with the program. Join Killer B Fitness for 30 days and just give it a try. We will be there to motivate and help you every step of the way, and you will have others to hold you accountable as well. Whether it’s been ten days or ten years since your last workout, you can initiate a positive change today. Remember that you don’t have to go it alone — in fact, it’s better if you don’t. Get some help. Find support and get the results you are really looking for. Set long term goals of 3–6 months and even a year. Sign up for a triathlon or running/walking event.Excuses and procrastination won’t get you anywhere. Life doesn’t just happen. You make it happen! Go now!WRITTEN BY DR. ROBERT WILCHER, CHIROPRACTOR, OWNER OF KILLER B FITNESS ROBERT.WILCHER@GMAIL.COM

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