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When it comes to entertaining people, Kevin Hart knows where to tickle with his comedy punches and make people laugh. But, this time he has something special for all of you coping with mental health and struggling to find your happiness and peace back.

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The 39-year-old actor has always been obsessed about physical fitness, and therefore, he has just partnered up with healthcare platform Rally Health. In an interview regarding this association, Hart opened up more about his personal routine as he also thinks that a lot of people can overcome various forms of stress by doing what he does.

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He wakes up early in the morning at 5-5:30 am and starts off his day with full energy but the story is not that easy. Just like many of us, it’s too hard for him to open his eyes until the alarm becomes an irritation and smashes it off for five or six times. He follows it up with extensive exercise and daily breakfast that consists of egg whites, turkey bacon and a lot of coffee since according to him it keeps him going through his hectic day.

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Putting out his own life as an example, Kevin believes that doing things like a physical activity daily, starting a new project with motivation, or trying to do some active work for our mental and emotional well being, is not very difficult. In fact, people have started using it as a main excuse when the toughest part is actually the starting point of anything.

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“Just getting up. That’s the best move, that the toughest move… It’s not the actual real of physical fitness, but the initiative it takes to start,” he added.

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But when at the same time he was asked about the hard days, the sort of times when nothing feels good and you are stuck with depression, Hart had a rather deep mantra for that.

“Every day is the start of a new day.”

He explained that carrying our past into the present will always be the easiest thing to do. Your disappointments, failures, and frustrations will stay with you for as long as you want them to. But the more it stays, the more it will haunt you.

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