Salvere Blog: The Box of “Shoulds”

by Salvere Health and Fitness

In reflecting over conversations with different people sharing stories and experiences, how many times do we do something because someone told us we “should”? Can you think of something you did feeling like you should but something about it just did not seem right?

It seems like it exists in many areas of life so I wanted to focus on the health “should” box. Where might these things appear? Maybe it showed up by exercising through an injury. Maybe it’s eating something you don’t like. Maybe its avoiding movement because you feel low on energy. Maybe it’s not eating enough? In looking at fitness and health, it feels like it would take a much longer blog to get in everything but here’s the start to a list!


The box of “should” …

  • Lose weight
  • Eliminate carbs
  • Exercise harder
  • Run
  • Eat breakfast
  • Workout longer
  • Not eat after a certain time at night
  • Exercise first thing in the morning
  • Fit a certain size
  • Clean the dinner plate

How do we peal away the “should” feelings and get to a place where listening to our internal voice begins to take over. Intuition matters. Different things work for different people. How can we begin to support each journey, both within ourselves and with others, as a unique experience?

by Lisa Martin, owner and personal trainer at Salvere Health and Fitness. To contact, email lisa@SalvereHealthandFitness.com or call 410.707.0055.
We welcome your thoughts and ideas! Thank you for reading and taking the steps to become a healthier YOU.

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