As Bob Dylan so rightfully said in a song, "The times they are a changin'", though there are some things that never and should not change. Know the difference. How we treat each other and taking care of the body are some of the basic rules of life that have been granted to us. We can take them or leave them. That is our personal choice.
And yes, we do get off track every now and then. Just make sure that does not become permanent. If you've been attending beach boot camp 2 times per week and doing a total of 300 jumping jacks and 100 pushups per week in class, that accumulates to 15,600 jumping jacks and 5,200 pushups in a year! Conversely, if you stop or never started, your weekly total is 0 and we know what that means for your yearly total. Most importantly, we know what that means for our health.
So the question is, when is the best time to get back on track?
The best time to start is now. I can already hear the excuses: too busy, too out of shape, too tired and many others. None of the excuses cut it. We are busy, but cannot be too busy for our health. You may be out of shape, but you can always simply do what you CAN do to start now to get back on track. We may be too tired, BUT there is a paradox about exercise when it comes to being tired; exercise gives us more energy and gets the blood circulation flowing.
Beach boot camp in Fort Lauderdale runs three times per week for all fitness levels. It is your chance to accumulate those jumping jacks and pushups your body so needs and you will workout with a great bunch of people and have some fun while doing it.