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PHYSICAL EXERCISE IS IMPORTANT TO ME: HONOR THE BODY


This is a picture of my favorite piece of exercise equipment. I use it regularly particularly when I am on a tight schedule and am working a lot. I'm not trying to sell you on anything here. Find what works for you best.


A walk in the park. A jog around the neighborhood. Yoga. Weightlifting. Bicycle riding. Any competitive sport where you move around. I like to focus a portion of my time on pure physical fitness. Strength and cardio. 


Don't get me wrong. I am a work in progress physically and I'm not obsessed with having the perfect body image. Right now I just want to keep my sugar and cholesterol numbers in check and lose about 20 lbs. to get to my doctor approved goal weight. My dad and I have even belonged to an awesome weight loss support group for many years now. We've both lost about 60-65 lbs sensibly over the years. 


Who got me back on track with my attention to my physical fitness and well being? My psychiatrist whom I began seeing way back in 2010. I wasn't seeing a primary care doc at all and weighed about 300 pounds (I'm 245 now and want to get to 225). He started checking my sugar and cholesterol until I found a family doctor that I was comfortable with. 


I took the hint from my psy-doc that overall bodily health and fitness is very important to mental well being and have made it an integral part of my recovery plan


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