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the layoff behind
It's never easy deciding to get back on track after a long layoff. Bouncing back to the position you once occupied grows increasingly difficult as time goes by. It's much easier to allow the downward trend to continue than it is to put forth the effort necessary to improve.
I've seen it happen many times, seen onetime fitness devotees stumble, and then let a temporary setback turn into a complete breakdown. It starts out small, with a few weeks away from the gym, or a few weeks deviating from an otherwise strict meal plan. Before you know it, those few weeks have turned into a few months, maybe a few years, and one day you look up to find out you're far adrift from the blueprint that initially paved your road to success. And you're left wondering how in the world you ever let things get so out of hand.
But take the time to assess the situation, and you'll likely find solace and then inspiration in the knowledge that you weren't always this way. And therein lies the proof that you don't have to stay this way. The first step toward self-improvement begins with the desire to improve. Armed with that, all you have to do next is begin, and then you are well on your way to reaching your goal.
And what better time is there for a new beginning? As spring makes its early push to break through the blanket of winter, vow to make a push of your own. Start small, by thinking of something you can do tomorrow to break out of your slump. I'm sure you'll find that once you've taken that first step, each ensuing one only grows easier.
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