Fitness as a whole is about being absolute best or strive to be best in terms of mental, physical and spiritual worlds. If anybody lacks anything from the above three criteria, he or she cannot be considered as a completely “fit” person. Sure, they can be good looking having six pack abs and all but we don’t know what’s happening inside their brains. They could be suffering from anxiety, could have depression problems or some other psychotic complexities.

For example a person goes to gym daily, do rigorous workouts and take his dieting seriously. He kills his cravings for chocolates and cakes on a daily basis to look one more percent good in the mirror everyday. Now, I wanna ask a simple question, what’s the difference between him and a person going to a 9 to 5 job each and every day, doing same daily rituals, having same boring habits like watching tv and stuff every evening ? Sure there is a compulsion in that, he has to do the work for his family and he doesn’t have a choice. But in the case of the fitness freak, he has a choice as long as he is not standing on stage every year or every half year doing posing because bodybuilding is his full time job. Fitness should be a thing to be enjoyed and should not be taken too seriously. @There is no point in having 16 inch biceps and a V tapered back when you are not happy mentally and you are not able to focus on your work because of some fancy new fat cutting dieting technique that you are trying nowadays. I hope the reader got my point at this point, So I stop my writing here and hope everyone live their best lives reaping fruits of health , fulfilment and spiritual success.

Peace out.

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Sagar Mehra

Sagar Mehra

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Serious observer of life, Knows a thing or two about fitness, a movie buff and explainer and most importantly a “Human”