We’re All Different

On February 20, 2015 by Physical Culturist

NOT EVERYONE IS A RUNNER.
NOT EVERYONE CAN DO HOURS OF YOGA.
NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO LIFT WEIGHTS.
NOT EVERYONE WANTS ABS.
NOT EVERYONE ASPIRES TO BE SHREDDED.
NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO COUNT CALORIES.
NOT EVERYONE WANTS TO BE VEGAN.
NOT EVERYONE LIKES THE GYM.

WE’RE ALL DIFFERENT.
SO STOP WORRYING ABOUT WHAT OTHERS WILL THINK,
AND JUST FIND WHAT WORKS FOR YOU.
NOT ANYONE ELSE.
YOU.

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