What's the secret formula for living life to the fullest? It's quite simple actually. The answer is to get out of bed and move forward. Stop procrastinating and day dreaming about how awesome it would be to live an active life full of exhilarating excursions. Just do it! Once you acknowledge that you can accomplish far more than you realize, you will build confidence and an increasing desire to do new and fun activities. I know, it's hard to believe, after letting your guard down for the past decade eating chips on the sofa in your home, that you still have the ability to blow up your your sedentary lifestyle and create a new reality in which you don't sit on your ass 24/7. But you can change, and it's easier than you think. Whenever you truly consider beginning a new workout plan, you are terrified and excited at the same time. However, your fear will subside as your confidence builds and you will quickly notice yourself transitioning into a more athletic and driven person. Getting out of bed and moving forward is vital towards maintaining a vibrant life. After all, shouldn't your life be vibrant? Of course it should, and it's terribly sad if it's not. Don't let life pass you by and enjoy each day.  So simple, profoundly cliche and one of the most meaningful sentences you will ever hear. One of the most difficult aspects of actually living each day to the fullest, is that your body and mind must have the energy to carry you through. This is where having a daily workout comprised of cardio and strength training becomes supremely important. Performing at work for hours on is much easier for people who are in good health, than obese, out of shape people. This holds true even for static, desk jobs. One step that needs to be taken before we work out, is going to the gym, or wherever we work out. Just the traveling to get there really is a hurdle for some of us. Get out of bed and move forward towards the gym and getting to the gym is more than half the battle, I don't care what they say! Just getting to the gym itself is virtually the hardest part of the workout! Once you are actually in the gym, you are having a decent time as your adrenaline rushes while you workout and look at attractive people. The tough part is making up your mind that you are going to get to the gym. It is so easy to make excuses and not go put in cardio and strength work.