Got It

I Got it all figured out, the jeans fit, that little black dress is slipping on with ease and the scale says the magic number, I got this fitness game figured out.

What now?

All that mental energy was well worth the time and effort. Then something happens, one step off a curb, CRACK, leg is broken, OH NO! Now what??

“Why does this have to happen to me?” “What is it about me, that I just can’t get it?”

“Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing, your freedom to choose how you will respond to the situation. You cannot control what happens to you in life, but you can always control what you will feel and do about what happens to you.” Harold S. Kushner

Long term healthy lifestyle living takes some PAINFUL PRACTICE until it becomes PAINFUL NOT to do it.

So therein lies the problem, the PAIN that is involved in change. It takes a bit of PAIN to change anything whether it is GOOD PAIN or BAD PAIN, it takes pain. It takes work and energy, which can be PAINFUL.

Consistency without expectation of a perceived outcome, can be painful and scary.
Consistency can take energy and extra pain to get the habit to stick.

And when you have a storm that throws you off track you have to take your energy to redirect back to healthy habits you just created.
When a person “gets it” they realize that it is “getting them”, they realize that “it” is all about doing “them”, day in, day out… no end date.

Pain or no pain they do it, because it is who they are; Habitually day in and out. If you get “you”, you know one salad and one kick ass workout, is not a solution for days, months, years’ worth of cake, burgers, drinks and excess galore. You know it can take time to readjust and revamp and reshape your routine. You know you don’t need to look for permission or blame for your current state, you know it is all on you.

What does it mean to “get it”?

“It” is about what you need to do, or not do, or take responsibility for…


“If there is meaning in life at all, then there must be meaning in suffering. Suffering is an ineradicable part of life, even as fate and death. Without suffering and death, human life cannot be complete.” Viktor E. Frankl

About the Author Jennifer

I am helping women change their story they play in their head everyday. You should never resign yourself if you are not living your true self and purpose. As a female entrepreneur and fitness professional, My own story has many ups and downs which started more than 33 years ago as a 12 year old bullied for her big butt. My 12 year old self started her own personal plan, started the fire and the uphill climb to overcome her imperfect self. The plot and the story thickened when my body gave out on me in my 20's diagnosed with fibromyalgia and hypothyroidism As a worn down just barely married woman, I needed to reclaim my youth through weight lifting and eating for me. It took those health issues to help me find my way back to rewrite my story. I use this journey and personal experiences of many ups and downs in health, to work right beside my clients to help them achieve their best self. Today I work right beside the women I meet to teach them that they do count and they do have a purpose.

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