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Attitude Triggers, Motivation, and Exercise

I’m a computer programmer, and from time to time I’ll get stuck on some problem where I have trouble even trying to figure out what it is I’m trying to do. I sit there and dither, feeling generally anxious and … Continue reading

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Euphoria

Without looking at a dictionary first, I’m going to tell you my definition of Euphoria. Euphoria is having a feeling of perfect well-being. Awareness of life’s problems varies from none at all to knowing about them but not caring because … Continue reading

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Lower Your Expectations

I’m sure you’re familiar with the exhortations to “Be all you can be”, “If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing well”. That’s fine, unless you’re dealing with staying fit and living day-to-day life in the real world. Here’s one … Continue reading

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The Point of This Blog

My goal is to prove to you by example that even if you don’t like exercise you can end up going into old age at say, age 63, like myself, in amazing shape without being an exercise fanatic or even … Continue reading

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Too Good To Be True?

It sounds too good to be true that you can follow a mechanical process and end up motivated to exercise through pleasure. But why so? It makes total sense biologically and psychologically. But the toughest thing of all is to make … Continue reading

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