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Being Beautiful

You know well that beauty sells and it sells big time.  Let’s face it, would you listen to me about exercise or nutrition if I am a fat slob?  No, whatsoever.   You clearly understand that I am missing the point.

On a similar note, I am perhaps well read in the field of exercise and nutrition.  All that would make sense if I am living the life I preach.  Would you agree with me if I talk about healthy eating and then later in the day you see me smoking a cigarette?

 

Seeking beauty is one of the best way we try to quantify a thing.  Initially when I started writing this piece I honestly felt that we need to look beyond the beauty and try to appreciate the inner essence of a thing. I still do. However, how do you recognize innate beauty?  It is a very difficult task.  Perhaps, someone who knows you from a long time does recognize you as a champ of so and so.  What about a newbie who comes to the gym to join, for example?

Being beautiful is not only about looking good but also possessing a healthy physique. Although I   still believe that being compassionate is more beautiful than possessing external beauty.  However, external beauty does matter.  Take me for example; right after 2009 when I got shredded for a photo-shoot my training intensity took a back seat.  Why?  I didn’t compete in any bodybuilding competitions.  In other words, carrying low levels of body fat wasn’t necessary.  Although I continued to eat healthy and exercise regularly, I was least concerned about aesthetics.  I even now don’t bother about external beauty.  However, flaunting a good physique feels good.

Now, I am training under Steve Atlas to learn some specific skills, and I am now forced to train intently with more commitment.  His training has nudged me to be on my toes; thereby, cleaning my diet too.  This in turn has brought great changes in my physique.   Several of my gym clients have noticed the change, for they  compliment me.  Moreover, I am observing that a newbie who wants to join my gym keenly notices my physique.  Perhaps, he feels more confident when he looks at a man who has a good physique.  So, now I conclude that beauty sells and it sells big time.  What do you say?

One thought on “Being Beautiful

  1. You are right! Seeing is believing…. If you show, there is nothing to explain or convince anyone. It is the best and straight evidence of fact! Well written…

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