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FIT and Happy Quote 10/22 *NUDITY Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
22nd Oct '12

Today is for all my ladies who say they are not fit "yet". If you eat right and exercise and lead a healthy lifestyle, you ARE fit. You don't need to have visible muscles or a "perfect" body to consider yourself fit. Be proud of yourself :)




I see exercise taking this perverted detour. The original intention of exercise was to heal and maintain health. Now I see it as having nothing to do with health. I see most exercises based on looking good. They actually make you less healthy. You overdevelop the obvious muscles. You take drugs to enhance that. You ignore the rest, and you become more out of balance. ~Bryan Kest



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1Pink&1Blue 2 kids; Springfield, Ohio 1447 posts
22nd Oct '12

I like the first quote, not so much the second tho.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
22nd Oct '12
Quoting 1Pink&1Blue:" I like the first quote, not so much the second tho."


The first paragraph was just something I typed to explain where I was going with this post. The quote is supposed to explain how people view the world of fitness and how unhealthy it can be. Exercise is meant for overall health and now it's become perverted into something that is even more unhealthy.

Buzz and Almond Joys momm 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 12593 posts
22nd Oct '12

Not really digging either. Mainly the second quote and the photo- I just don't like it.

MyPurrrtyBabies 3 kids; Alabama 8386 posts
22nd Oct '12

I love all of it.
I agree with it and to me it makes sense.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
22nd Oct '12
Quoting Buzz and Almond Joys momm:" Not really digging either. Mainly the second quote and the photo- I just don't like it."


That's fair :) I appreciate the honesty.

John Mayer. 2 kids; Modesto, California 21992 posts
22nd Oct '12

I don't see what's not to like about it. It's true, and I love it.



People (self included, actually) use/have used fitness solely to look good, disregarding that it is better for your overall health. I still use working out, eating better, etc. to help me look better, but I appreciate it for making me a healthier individual. The looking better is just an added benefit. Love this one. Thanks. :D



PS. I've been avoiding BG, but I come on to look at these. I vote and don't reply, but I really like this one. :D

.:Stacy Renee:. 19 kids; Ohio 6509 posts
22nd Oct '12
Quoting Keyboard Warrior.:" I don't see what's not to like about it. It's true, and I love it. People (self included, actually) ... [snip!] ... Thanks. :D PS. I've been avoiding BG, but I come on to look at these. I vote and don't reply, but I really like this one. :D"


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I think it's true as well.

Devil's Advocate Beverly Hills, California 18191 posts
22nd Oct '12
Quoting Keyboard Warrior.:" I don't see what's not to like about it. It's true, and I love it. People (self included, actually) ... [snip!] ... Thanks. :D PS. I've been avoiding BG, but I come on to look at these. I vote and don't reply, but I really like this one. :D"

Thank you, love :)



I started this journey to look good but now I don't even think about how I look too often. I am just hooked on feeling good, eating healthy, and working out :D

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
22nd Oct '12

I really really love this!!



I totally agree. Sometimes people focus SO MUCH on the "image" that they ignore the entire health aspect. It's about making your body stronger and healthier, not just all about obtaining a certain "ideal" of what the body "should" look like.