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How Much Do You Invest in Yourself?

Your investment in your health and fitness can be seen much the same way as your financial investing but with the opposite levels of risk. Investing your money wisely is something that I am sure we’ve all been told will help you thrive in the long term.  We were also told that the more aggressively you invest the higher a return you are subjected to but the amount of risk is much higher as well.  On the other hand, you can invest in a less aggressive manner and in turn you should expect a modest but safer return on that investment.  

If you invest more time and energy into things like what you consume as well as how hard you train then you can expect to experience great benefits.  By doing so, you lower your risk for many of the ailments that afflict the population of people that do little to nothing in terms of their health.  At the same time, if you invest just enough to get by you will do just that getting paltry results and make smaller gains toward your fitness goals. 

Like most investments, once you’ve reached your current goal(s) you simply establish new goal(s) as you are never truly finished.  The lifelong completion and renewing of your goals is simply your journey through what is hopefully a healthy and prosperous life. 

As humans we are not equipped to go “all out” toward our goals all of the time. There are times when we should and need to dial things back a bit to rest and refocus. This is why most of us enjoy traveling and getting away from the busy lives that we lead on a regular basis.

So how much are you really investing and how significant do you realistically expect your returns to be based on those investments? The answers to that question will inevitable change from time to time as we continually seek life balance.

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