Movement is life, it's a sign of ability and possibility.

There was many reasons before to maintain a certain level of fitness and health but today the reason is my son. 

My health and fitness is going to have an impact on his quality of life. Maybe not when he’s a adult but definitely when he’s a child and living in the same space as me. 

Me being too tired could be the difference between a new experience and sitting at home for the night. 

Me not being strong enough might decide the angle he gets to see his favourite event happen that night. 

Me not being fast enough in my mind or on my feet will decide if he wins a race or not. What could happen from my lack of discipline is endless and I don’t want to find out or bare witness to whom it may affect. 

I say take control of what you can. My health might be the deciding factor when it comes to the acclivity of my son and whatever happens after him. 

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