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Re: Physical and mental exercise makes me feel better

Posted by alexandra_k on February 9, 2020, at 10:04:32

In reply to Re: Physical and mental exercise makes me feel better, posted by rjlockhart37 on February 7, 2020, at 21:03:28

Maybe it's because instead of changing gears, you quit?

So then quitting becomes something that has wired in?

I am not sure that I can explain what I mean about changing gears.

I am remembering some of the very early episodes of Biggest Loser where the people start to make the transition from complaining very very loudly (and not exercising much) to chanelling the complaining energy into exercising at increased effort.

It might be something to do with energy systems and tapping into different ones of those in order to change gear.

I just know that you see some people grit their teeth and keep going (and shortly thereafter *feel better* while doing it) whereas people who aren't that much into it tend to stop...

I think it is one of those spiral things... If you could tap into that then it would be self-reinforcing.




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