These days it seems that we are a society based on instant gratification. We want immediate results. We are looking for that little burst of something that somehow we think is going to make our lives better.
This is something that our brains have been wired for, but now many areas on the Internet, social media, or marketing are using it to keep us engaged and involved in their world.
I believe that the expectation of instant gratification may be making it even harder for people to get into a new exercise plan, whatever that may be.
In order to succeed at a fitness habit, you need to have a solid underlying belief that persistence pays off, and that you are capable of being persistent.
Here’s a different kind of instant gratification that supports that kind of persistence.
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