Friday, August 13, 2010
Theres a big difference between being healthy and looking healthy. Many of the bodies that are touted as perfect, in the media, aren't necessarily healthy. We live in interesting times. Somebody can be built, ripped, gorgeous and glowing; yet still be falling apart on the inside. I think the trick is to try to see the best in everyone, but don't compare yourself to anyone else. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, whereas your state of health is scientifically measurable. Inspirational role models can be helpful when your burning fat, or building a more muscular physique. But your ultimate goal doesn't have to be "I want to look as good as so and so." Be the best you, you can possibly be. And don't worry too much about it. Worry causes wrinkles. And bloating I think.