I love to exercise. Exercising my body makes me feel fully alive and happy to be on this planet. I feel strong and powerful while I exercise. I feel good about doing the right thing for my body.
After exercising, my body and mind are completely relaxed. I have a better perspective of the world. My focus is enhanced, and any worries I had are diminished. I always feel better in every way after a good workout.
Exercise is my addiction, but it is a positive addiction. I enjoy exercising each day. However, I avoid excessive exercise. There is such a thing as too much of a good thing.
I keep the value of exercise in perspective and maintain the proper amount of focus on the other aspects of my life.
I exercise daily, but I am fine if I miss the occasional workout.
I am excited by the mere thought of exercise. All of my mental associations to exercise are positive. Working out makes me smile.
I plan exercise into my daily routine. I make time for the important activities in my life, and exercising is a very important activity to me.
Today, I give my body the attention it requires to be healthy and strong. I look forward to my workout and to enjoying healthy meals. I have a positive addiction to exercise.
- What forms of exercise do I enjoy the most? How can I incorporate these forms of exercise into my life?
- How much should I exercise each week? How much am I actually exercising each week?
- What changes would I expect to happen in my life and to my body if I exercised the optimum amount?