What is the #1 answer people give when asked why they do not regularly exercise?
“I don’t have enough time.”
Not to be too harsh, but that is total bullsh*t.
That is an excuse, not a reason.
Everyone has time to lift some weights at some point in the day, I don’t care who you are.
Some of you may have legitimate “reasons” as to why you can’t make time for the gym. Listen, I get it. You have kids and baseball practice and homework and laundry and groceries and cooking and happy hours and television shows and all kinds of other responsibilities. The list goes on and on.
But the bottom line is, despite it all, you have to make the time. If you truly want it, you will make the time. If you don’t, you will find another excuse and you won’t ever change.
Getting in at least 30 – 60 minutes a day in the gym 4 times a week isn’t a lot to budget for.
What does that break down to? 1-2% of your week. That should be eye opening!
So are you still telling me that you can’t invest 2% of your week for a lifetime of healthy living, new found confidence, and an overall better well being for both you and your family?
Sure as hell sounds like a no brainer to me!
Wake up earlier, go to bed later, find a babysitter (a lot of gyms have on-site care), spend less time watching tv. Sacrifice something for a healthier, stronger you!
Don’t know where to start? Check out this list of awesome muscle building exercises here. Pick a few of these and get started. Follow my blog posts. This is all free coaching for you to take advantage of.
No more excuses. Make the time.