If you have a hate-hate relationship with exercise and hope to swing more into the love-hate category, there is hope.According to Anne Hathaway, you just haven't gotten to the sweet spot yet.I so agree with this...
To me,Anne Hathawayalways seems so down to earth and fun (she reminds me of my sis!), and I loved what she had to say about exercise recently:
BlissTreereports that on "Chelsea Lately" recently, host Chelsea Handler said, "Your body's bangin', girl!" And it should be: She's working her butt off training for her new role as Catwoman in a new batman movie (check outher racy costumefor the movie!), and she shared that yoga has helped get her body into the best shape of her life, as well as getting past this fitness "hump" so to speak:
"The last time I was here we talked about how much I really don't like working out and…I dunno, I really like it now," she says."I know it's like, ugh, that person, I came to LA got a bikini wax went blond and then like… LOVE working out. But I think I'd never really gotten over the hump… there's a workout hump where you're so weak that you hate everything because everything's painful and you look like an idiot. At the gym where I work out I was literally working out next to a pregnant Jessica Alba, and she could do more pushups than I could."
I can so relate to this!I think of all the times my younger self tried to start (and commit to) a fitness regimen only to hate it and quit.I didn't let myself get over that "hump"!It was always right around the bend, but I didn't push hard enough.I'm happy to say that I have now, and, like Anne, I love working out (most of the time), especially running.
__Can you relate to this?Have you fallen short of the fitness "hump"?Or have you worked really hard to get past it?__
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