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My Personal Fitness Project

My Personal Challenge

I’m planning a major lifestyle change.  Currently my eating and exercise habits are not where they need to be in order to achieve my goals.  The results have shown in the fact that I don’t have the physical stature that I’d like to have.

Remember that thing that you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t gotten around to doing?  Well, this is mine.

I’ve made all kinds of excuses for myself.  Now, it’s time for me to suck it up, spend the time, and the energy that it takes to create real results.

I am a firm believer in Practice What You Preach.  I not only want to help others through my writing, but I also want to help myself.  And this is a medium for doing it.

The Plan

Over the next year (I know, weight-loss New Year’s Resolutions are trite and overdone), I plan to undergo a complete physical transformation.  I will document and record everything that I do.  Each week, I will post a recap of everything that I have done, complete with, charts, graphs, and a daily diary.  I will also post new information that I find out through research, trial, and error.

I believe that numbers do not lie.  I also believe that if you wish for improvement you must record you actions to identify trends and make changes accordingly.

Remarks and Reasons for Doing This

I’ve been in great shape before, during my younger days (which wasn’t that long ago).  I’ve since adopted bad habits because of a few reasons:

  1. I did not maintain the correct mindset
  2. I lost my will to improve and became lazy
  3. I did not cultivate the proper emotions to keep me going
  4. Bad Influences
  5. I quit (making a habit of) doing to right things

Due to the reasons stated above, I have experienced:

  1. Lower Energy Levels
  2. Problems Sleeping
  3. Tension in my back
  4. High Stress Levels

In examining myself, I feel strongly that this is the most important thing for me to do for myself right now.  I’m telling you about it, because it will hold me accountable.

I will post the details of this project in the coming weeks, as I am currently in the planning stages.

Questions and comments are welcomed. Until then, stay tuned.  Thank you for reading.

Is there something in your life that you’ve been putting off or making excuses for?  I’d like to know what it is and what you plan to do about it.

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6 Responses to “My Personal Fitness Project”
  1. csbjork says:


    I have really enjoyed reading your posts. I find the combination of introspection (stopping to ask yourself the right questions) and action to be both accurate and fruitful for readers. I whole-heartedly endorse your fitness project and look forward to hearing about the process/results. I, too, have a whole list of things that I want to do/learn in the new year, but right now it’s a little too long. I hope to refine it over the next couple of weeks and find some create some manageable goals. Looking forward to reading and commenting more. Given the time, it would be both enjoyable and beneficial to make a dialogue out of this (ie, if we get some regular replies…)


    • kobyackie says:

      Agreed. I’m excited about this undertaking, although a little anxious also. Manageable goals are a huge part of being successful. I think it’s smart that you are identifying which objectives are important and which ones can wait. Good Luck in 2011, and I look forward to hearing more about your success in the coming year!

  2. Csbjork says:

    Also, you are correct, so much of this stuff is about ‘perception.’ That seems spot on to me. Recommended reading for anyone who wants to further pursue this stuff:
    THE FOUR AGREEMENTS by Don Miguel Ruiz.

  3. It feels good to seek out such an interesting subject on the internet like this personal fitness nowadays. I was greatly interested with what you’ve shared and posted with us. Thanks for this anyway.

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