I really like the idea of exercise. I feel good about myself after I do exercise. But I don’t like ALL exercise equally. I really hate situps (or pretty much any other core exercise).
Start tapping on your karate chop point and use the setup statements below.
Setup: I really hate situps. I know that working on our core is crucial to having good health. I just can’t seem to make myself do them. Even though I really hate situps and rarely do any core strengthening exercises, I choose to love and accept myself anyway. Even though I have definitely neglected my core, I deeply and completely love and accept that part of myself that is at least trying to do what my body needs. Even though I really hate situps, I choose to be amazed by how easy they could seem in the future.
Side of Eye…I really hate situps
Under the Eye…They are hard for me
Nose…I know that strengthening my core muscles would be a good thing
Chin…I know that doing situps or other exercises would help me lose even more weight
Collarbone…But I have been unable to make myself do them in the past
Under the Arm…What if there is a way to actually feel good about doing them?
Top of Head…What if they don’t have to be awful?
Eyebrow…I could focus on hos good those muscles feel to actually receive some attention
Side of Eye…I could focus on how my waist measurement is changing as I am faithful with my workouts
Under the Eye…I could use my situp time to acknowledge everything that I have to be grateful for
Nose…I could use my core workouts as a time to send positive energy to situations and people who are important to me
Chin…I am open to feeling more positive about working on my core muscles
Collarbone…I am hopeful that I can feel more confident in my ability to do situps and other core exercises
Under the Arm…It really wouldn’t add that much more time to my daily workouts
Top of Head…And I am excited to think that this workout could make me feel and look even better.