You know, after coming from a rigorous activity, I have this tendency to rest and relax for like maybe a week or so. I know, I know, it's like when you're on a diet and you've been good at it for a while, then one day, kaboom! You indulge, thinking you deserve it as a reward for all those times you held back on an extra serving.
So that's me after a long run. After punishing myself, I pamper myself with rest. Nothing wrong with that, for a few days but when it extends to a week, then someone has to really kick my butt and get me off this chair. Muscle pain is just a good excuse for two or three days. So right now, I really don't have any more reason to be sitting around most times. Yeah, yeah, I do have my lazy moments but I will not take being human as an excuse. That's why we need to be constantly motivated, and not just once, but as many times as we need to.
Well, I found this one, asking a good question that many of us ask ourselves. It seems that the only good excuse is when you're really totally indisposed. I'm no gym junkie, but this still makes sense, after all, it's for our own well-being. Discipline really takes a lot of conscious effort.