anything is better than nothing. and yeah, after living a sedentary lifestyle the last 15 years, i can tell you for a fact that just working out 1.5 hours over the course of a week and eating healthy for me personally would have been a major lifestyle change at that point. i would have had to change everything, right down to the way i think. the very core. i can see how you might not understand the radical transformation that takes from within, reversing 15 years of bad habits.
so keep telling other people their opinions are wrong, i'm sure you're a blast to hang around, and tearing them down when they're a newbie like i am, trying to get their mind right
nothing about my post was wrong. i just didn't wrap it up with a pretty little bow and serve it on a silver platter for you.
This is my point. That's exactly how it is for YOU
Not everyone is that way. Congratulations on changing your life for the better. I think that is great and something everyone should do if they want to. But it's not some massive life overhaul and reversing years of bad habits for everyone. For some people, it's just a matter of filling a little bit of extra time by walking to the gym at their apartment complex.
Fitness is a lifestyle for me, but not even in the same way it is for you. I didn't have to reverse years of bad habits or anything like that. I just had to get up and do it. I had to mentally prepare myself every day until it became part of me and part of who I am. But I understand that is not the same for everyone.