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  Your Health and Fitness Plan:

     Include This Essential Ingredient

by Pamela Levin, R.N., T.S.T.A.

Pamela Levin is an R.N. and a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst with 500+ postgraduate hours in clinical nutrition, herbology and applied kinesiology. In private practice 42 years, she has seen first-hand the incredible power of actively including emotional support in your health and fitness plan. She teaches her award-winning work on the process of healthy emotional development throughout life in  Emotional Development 101.
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Health and fitness plans have several components. Include them all and you're in the best possible position to succeed. Forget one of them, and you may have set yourself up for failure.

One of these elements stands out as much more vital to your success than any of the others. In fact, if you want to carry out your plan successfully and reach your health and fitness goals, be sure to include this essential ingredient.

Am I talking about nutrition? An aerobic component? Perhaps stretching? Resistance training? Or even rest? No, no, no, no and no!

What is it then? Quite simply, it's the one essential component that's so crucial, that without it, you're much more likely to face frustration, even failure.

This is the emotional element. Why is this so vital? Quite simply, because your emotional state has far more to do with your success in sticking with your health and fitness plan than any other factor!

You are going to have times when you're not very motivated, or you are distracted, or some stressor knocks you off course. These circumstances are absolutely normal; everyone faces them.

What makes the difference between people who fall down, or fall off their plan, and those who get up again and keep on trucking, is that one simple thing, again, the emotional element.

So whether the occasion for your new health and fitness plan is a new year, a new season, a new job, a new relationship, make this component a central part of your health and fitness plan - right up there with the nutrition, the aerobic aspect, stretching, supplementation, resistance training and rest.

What will you do when you're facing the inevitable emotional challenges that will arise? Go back to your old habits? Or get the emotional support you need and move on toward your goals? Write that in to your plan now.

Including that emotional ingredient will no doubt name names - the people you will call on to help you get back on track.

Well, you may say, I can't afford a personal trainer. Or, my spouse doesn't really know how to support me in this. Or, it's after the gym is closed and my friends are asleep that I need support the most.

No problem. Here are two solutions. First, visit [affiliatelinkto http://www.youremotionalnutrients.com] and sample three essential, life-affirming, emotional support messages to keep you going. And then, to learn all about and facilitate your emotional development process, go to  [ED101  product link][your clickbank link].

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As an R.N. and a Certified Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst in practice over 40 years, Pamela Levin understands the incredible power of keeping yourself emotionally well-nourished as a central part of your health and fitness plan.