Working Out – Make Time!

People often complain about not having time to work out. This is oftentimes laughable because it can become quite clear that they just aren’t dedicated to their fitness endeavors.
I’m not saying this is you. You may be a rare one percent of people who actually don’t have time, however I doubt that you can’t find time once or twice a week at least.
The purpose of this is not to attack anyone, but to shed light on the whole situation of not having enough time. Just think about how many people are at the gym. Most of the people I see are adults and probably work full time jobs, yet they still find time.
You could always work out before or after work. You could find time on the weekends if necessary.
In the end, just do what you want to do and what works best for you. Any questions or comments? You can comment on this post, and if you’d like free updates on new content hit the subscribe button. Thank you.

2 thoughts on “Working Out – Make Time!

  1. I totally agree with you. Before I started working out, I realized that saying ‘I didn’t have time’ was just an excuse. Then I started saying ‘it’s not a priority, I just don’t want to.’ When I became aware that my health wasn’t a priority I was freed in a way. But I’ve changed my ways and now I work out because I love it and I’ve made my health a priority. Keep up the good work; I enjoy reading your posts!

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    • Thank you! It’s definitely important to make our health a priority. I feel like everyone goes through phases where they want to do it and then don’t want to. The best thing is that you made it through those phases and now it’s a priority to you. That’s great!

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