I got this idea from Fit Foodie Finds
This is a Weight watchers post.
“vulnerability – the state of being vulnerable or exposed; “his vulnerability to litigation”; “his exposure to ridicule” Definition from thefreedictionary.com
Everything in life you are vulnerable to. Such as your job and your lifestyle.
As office workers, we are prone to more vulnerability. Here we have lots of sweet foods, the food court and stressful things that we need to take care of. We also need to look after our family. We are time poor and sometimes we stay back until late.
The food court was my soft spot. Here I could happily binge on whatever I wanted. It didn’t really matter. Hence this is why I put on a bit of weight.
“vulnerability – susceptibility to injury or attack
In 2015 when I first stepped into the gym I was vulnerable. I did not know what I was doing as I was a new member. I also was too serious and took myself too seriously. At that time I was a food blogger and putting on too much weight. I also had an unhealthy relationship with food
Like most people, at first I was scared of going and I quit. But then after doing my first half marathon I realized it wasn’t all that bad
Then I rejoined in 2017 and had made some amazing friends who I can rely on to help me with my studies if need be. Now I want to work at my gym and help out those who are scared of going to not be so scared. I also have a much better relationship with food and exercise.
Once I became a marathoner I understood how important food was. Once I started learning PN’s nutrition coaching system I understood the feeling between eating certain food and how vulnerable we can be to that food. For example, someone who is autistic might like to have chips and coke all the time as their preferential food.
Someone who is autistic might not like to go to the gym and try new things and new ways of doing that thing.
But in the end, I got over it and love trying new things and ways. This is how we learn. We learn by doing and experiencing stuff. It doesn’t matter whether we are right or wrong.