You don’t have to be overweight to start working out and eating healthier.
You don’t have to be visibly out of shape to have the desire to build a stronger version of yourself.
It’s okay to want to be in better shape even though there are many others that could be considered in worse shape than you.
Other people will make excuses for you to stop taking action simply because it makes them feel like they should be doing something too. “You don’t have to change your diet or work out. Do you think you’re fat? If you’re fat what does that make me?
It doesn’t make you fat, but it doesn’t make me feel like I’m developing myself either.
You don’t wait for a person to start smoking before telling them they shouldn’t be doing it. We’re told from a young age not to smoke because it’s bad for us.
Why isn’t it the same for fitness? Is it not worth looking into until you’ve reached a point that something must be done or the consequences are too severe?
Be proactive. Develop healthy eating and fitness habits. Yes, even if others don’t consider you out of shape. I’d rather start now than wait until there are consequences if I don’t. I want to feel better, inside and out.