You don’t have the time
All you need minimum is 20-30 minutes a day. Depending on your fitness goals and the intensity that may just be enough! But you also have to make time, deterimine your goals and see how much time you’ll need to allow to accomplish them. Using time as an excuse is like saying you don’t have time to take care of your body. The body you live in, work in, wear down, you don’t have time to treat it how it needs to be treated? Sorry but that’s just a pathetic excuse and a recipe for disease.
You can’t afford a program or gym membership
Neither can I! Gym memberships are like $25-50 a month, no thank you! Program fees are a one time payment and you get to keep it for a life time. The program I’ve been doing each month cost me $140, one time payment, that’s only about 3 months for a gym membership. I put $140 on a credit card and had it paid off in 2 weeks! It’s like having a personal trainer, for a lifetime, in my own home!
You can’t stay motivated
You’re only doing yourself a favor with living a healthy lifestyle. So you have to find your own motivate and put it somewhere you will see it every single day. I set my lock screen on my phone as my motivation and change it weekly. I post motivation on the fridge or on my bathroom mirror. I set goals for my self and I squash them each and every day!
You have kids
Even better of a reason to have a healthy lifestyle! Teach them how important it is, have them workout with you! A workout doesn’t have to be a huge time commitment and it doesn’t have to be a car ride away. Get a few hand weights and a resistance band and workout in your living room.
Your body is the way it is, you were born with it
False, a lot of people think their ability to hold on to fat is a genetic disposition. And sometimes that may be the case. But often times research shows it’s environmentally caused. If your parents were taught as kids a certain diet from their parents and they passed it down to you, the entire down line of generations has this learned behavior of poor eating habits. Give me 2 months and I’ll prove to you obesity is not an excuse you can blame on genetics.
You travel too often
Well lucky you! I’d love to have this problem. I travel a decent amount and I just pack my workout DVD’s with me! I take my lap top anywhere I go anyway so I just pop them in and I’m good to workout wherever whenever! It’s like carrying around my own personal trainer where ever I go, for free! The programs I do you can also stream from an ipad, kindle, iphone or anything with internet really..
The gym makes you uncomfortable
That’s okay! Skip the gym! Go for a long walk or a hike. I’m all about the at home workout programs. I can workout in whatever I want, looking how ever I want, and I don’t have to worry about someone observing the exercises I’m doing or how I look doing them! Many people don’t know that the recommended amount of weekly exercise is 150 minutes of moderate exercise. That could be a brisk 20 minute walk every day or a 30 minute moderate intensity workout 5 days a week! Change up your routine and walk to work/school or the store instead of driving.
You’re too tire at the end of the day
Then do your workout at the beginning of the day! Or during your lunch break. You maybe tired at the end of the day because your body is drained and fatigued because your not fueling and expending energy the way it needs you to. If you’re exhausted at the end of every day maybe you need to re evaluate what you’re eating, remember carbs are your friend! Email me and I’ll help you learn how!
You have injuries or health issues
Guess what, those injuries or health issues are more than most likely an outcome of poor diet and exercise. Being sedentary puts you at risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, metabolic diseases and premature death. Do you want to be another statistic in causes of obesity or do you want to be healthy?