We’ve always maintained that living a plant-based lifestyle shouldn’t be an all-or-nothing thing. It’s better to have a meatless Monday every week and make small changes at other times than to do nothing, right? Well, the same holds true for exercise. Too often, a fixed all-or-nothing mindset prevents us from getting the exercise our bodies need to perform their best in both the short- and long-term. In this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we share some tips for overcoming the all-or-nothing mentality when it comes to exercise.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Resources Used for this Episode:
- Physical Fitness: It Doesn’t Have To Be All or Nothing
- Fitness Culture – Fighting Against an All or Nothing Mindset
- How to Kick the All-or-Nothing Approach to Fitness and Nutrition
Recipe of the Week
Quotes of the Week
No matter what your ability is, effort is what ignites that ability and turns it into accomplishment.
— Carol S. Dweck
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Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa