become the ultimate fitness goal, the synonym of sex appeal and happiness!
With sacrifice and motivation, nearly everyone can achieve a "sixpack". But, will cut abs deliver lasting happiness?
If you sweat your way to a "sixpack" by next Valentine's Day, will it bring you love?
Sorry. The answer is a big fat NO. I once had a "sixpack" for about a year or two, and I can tell
you that it doesn't bring lasting joy and it doesn't even do much to improve your sex appeal.
So my Valentine's Day message to you is that sex appeal has absolutely nothing to do with cut abs. And thank goodness for that:)
Having sex appeal just means people want to get next to you that you're exuding a magnetism that's unseen yet irresistible. It's not about a flat stomach, let alone a cut one!
We're so much more than our bodies. Our true essence the one that radiates and attracts
people to us cannot be seen.
Yes, people often begin romantic relationships based on physical attraction. But when it comes to finding true love 90 percent of the relationships are built around mutual values, intellectual appeal and tenderness.
Unconditional, lasting love is when we can cherish someone else and feel cherished ourselves despite imperfections like beer bellies and muffin tops.
So, for Valentine's Day, I say:
Take care of yourself and the one you love, not with extreme restrictions, but with moderation and TLC even if it means making peace with your love handles:)
Love promotes health, no matter what shape you're in. Frequent sex, snuggling, hugging and
kissing are good for us and may even improve longevity. And in the end, “good love” and “good looking” aren't about how someone looks but how someone is. When you come to that
realization, that's when you know you're cooking on all four burners, baby!
Forget about the sixpack! But do continue to work out, stay active, eat meaningfully and
celebrate life together.
Happy Valentine's Day!