I wanted to talk about some popular excuses and overcoming them so you can get the body and happiness you deserve.
What is the number one excuse when it comes to working out?
I don’t have time! Well, time for some tough love. We all have the same 24 hours in a day, we are all busy, we all rather do something else other than getting our ass kicked in the gym. But when someone truly wants results, they make time. You schedule your workout and stay dedicated to it.
I know people working 14 hours (I am one of them, sometimes 17 hour days) but they won’t miss a day in the gym because they know that doing their workout will make them feel better and led to success with their fitness goals.
It’s tough to make a schedule, it’s tough to wake up earlier but what’s even tougher than those things is waking up and hating how you feel about yourself. How I was able to drop the “no time” excuse… I woke up earlier, got my workout in FIRST thing in the morning (at home even if it’s 20 minutes, it’s better than nothing) also, any time I found myself sitting down to scroll online or watch TV, I would start doing squats or go for a walk to get in the habit of being active.
SECOND EXCUSE: I DON’T HAVE TIME TO MEAL PREP…
First off, f meal prep. lmao
I’m not someone who wants to eat leftover, plain, dry ass food. SORRYNOTSORRY!
I always recommend trying to find crockpot meals, stocking your fridge with hard-boiled eggs, yogurt, fresh fruit and veggies so when you want a snack and open the fridge, BOOM healthy, yummy food right in front of you.
Crockpot dinners are one of my favorite things, it is great for busy people who work all day and don’t want to cook when they get home. Finding recipes is key to keeping your food exciting and you’re in luck because I have a few recipe ebooks, one for meals HEREand one for desserts HERE.
LAST EXCUSE I HATE HEARING…
I don’t know what to do…
I get it. I use to be totally lost too and it made me really discouraged but we all know to drop the fast food, soda and get moving to get started in the right direction.
What happens a lot with this is people are so scared of not knowing what to do, that they actually scare themselves out of hiring help… I’ve done it. It’s hard to ask for help. It’s embarrassing to ask someone who is fit for help or at least that’s how I felt when I was 40lbs heavier and lost on my journey.
Once I put that aside, I got the help I truly needed in order to see the progress I so badly desired and on top of that I realized, I needed that accountability from a coach to keep me on track until I built those habits for myself. If you want to learn more about how I did that then join my free training now by clicking here.