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While fitness takes a lot of resolve and determination sometimes, don't make it out as an all out war all the time. Bar Brothers System Having a warrior's mentality toward fitness isn't necessarily a bad thing, but for the sake of not getting burned out, try to keep it fun along the way.
Switch out to different exercise programs from time to time to keep things fresh even if they don't necessarily directly correlate with your specific fitness goals. Having a wide variety of exercises and fun things to do make it a lot easier to be fit overall. There's a million things a person can do to live a fit life and have fun at the same time. Go walking, bike riding, swimming, play sports, toss a Frisbee, play with your dog, chase the kids, mow the lawn, garden, run, lift weights, chop wood, etc.
Just whatever you do, don't stop. The same thing goes for eating right. If you jump off the wagon and eat ice cream one day, that's no big deal. Just start again the next day, or the very next meal, eating healthy again. Besides, occasionally eating something fattening is fine, but just as I recommend in my book, Common Sense Biblical Approach to Health and Fitness, don't bring unhealthy things home. Make drinking a coke, or eating ice cream something you do only on a special occasion. Junk food you take home usually comes in larger quantities, and, once you have it opened, the temptation to keep eating it will be too great. A serving or two once a week, is one thing, but all day, and part of the next is way too much.