Of course! There is nothing better than the feeling after finishing a training session, run or even a walk. You feel strong, relaxed and feel a great sense of achievement.
I think keeping active is key to staying confident, healthy and putting you in the right mind-set. Training is not only a physical activity, it is important for our mental health, it teaches us discipline, self-love, body respect and acceptance. Training tests your limits and pushes you out of your comfort zone. I also find competitive sports, particularly, help relieve stress and are a great way to focus and tame your competitiveness!
Take it easy and do it knowing it will eventually make you a happier and healthier person. Don’t do it because you want to punish yourself for eating that donut or you want to look in a certain way.
It is OK not to enjoy it at the beginning, it can be challenging, but once you get used to it you will really notice the difference - it takes 21 days to start a habit, so keep going - patience is key! Also, try to set realistic goals to keep you motivated, because if you don’t, you will be throwing in the towel after a week.