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9/7/2020 10:47:41 AM
Love this video because it asks, "Do you want to go by life doing things the easy way out?"
1/28/2020 8:45:07 AM
Great video!!! And I might add very competitive!!!!
1/15/2020 2:36:01 AM
argh @FRENCHPETALS thanks for pointing that out..........
and, yes, I'm trying to relate this to my smaller goals of doing my exercises, eating right, drinking water
11/16/2019 11:11:49 AM
I have issues with this - for all of the same reasons mentioned before, but also with representation. Mostly men, mostly white. When the narrator said "devil on your shoulder" it was a black man reaching out to touch the shoulder of the white man who was passing him on the track. Did you know that African-Americans were called the devil throughout early and recent American history? The editorial staff either made a huge faux paus, or knowingly did this. Hmmm???
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4/23/2019 12:28:42 PM
I'm so glad this video motivates a lot of people. I found it hard to take seriously - way over the top and hitting all the fighting, gritty, manly man competition metaphors. Seemed like I was in boot camp and I just wanted it to stop.
But hey: yay to SparkPeople for always having a variety of tools and approaches for our diverse membership!
4/16/2019 10:50:38 AM
Do what you have to do to keep your body in shape. You only have one chance. You will never have another you. So do it NOW!
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1/8/2019 11:25:27 PM
All I saw in this video is that everyone had quite possibly lifelong athletes, not striving for fitness. Not very helpful.
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9/28/2018 9:17:55 PM
This is way over the top ... do not like. I can motivate myself without chiding myself or making it seem like I'm the enemy.
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7/20/2018 1:12:29 PM
I love morning exercise but I ease into my day, so this is my not thing, my AM exercise is more therapeutic and calming than most of this. I tend to work out issues and deep think in the early AM rather than excite, more of a late afternoon, early evening activity for me. Everybody is different.
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