2 Reasons You Should Definitely Make the Effort to Get in Shape
It’s 3:00 a.m. Saturday morning. It was a hectic week, topped off with a long and exciting Friday night. I’m just now getting in. Upon remembering all I have to do over the horribly short weekend, I panicked. I set my alarm for 5:00 a.m. Saturday morning. Guess what happens next?
Invariably, whenever I do that madness, I end up sleeping until 10, 11 or even 12 the next morning! Having given my body a most unrealistic goal, my brain and body then conspire to ignore my alarm and instead, have me sleep until they are good and ready to wake up.
I want to encourage you in relation to how you treat your body. Right now, your primary responsibility is not to make commitments about fitness that you are very likely to break like getting “a 6 pack,” or “a chiseled chest,” or “the most toned thighs ever!”
Sure, sometimes we need to focus. Just arms today. I’m not talking about focusing on individual muscle groups in a strategic and planned way. No, I am talking about the habit of only doing the bench press or only doing curls or, like the little cartoon lady, only using the calf machine all the time, because that is all you like or know (or are comfortable with, because you’ve pretty much grown accustomed to it). Continue reading The One Thing You Should NOT Do At the Gym→
We all have our reasons for not exercising. Some are legitimate and others, not so much. Some are intended, logical and well reasoned, others not so much. Whatever your reasons, you need to consider it carefully if you want to make a lasting change.
Below are 11 of the main reasons people skip exercise and my argument against the reason. If your reason is captured here and you are persuaded by my argument, great. If you are not persuaded but would like to discuss it some more, comment, or email me and we’ll keep the conversation going. Continue reading The Top 11 Reasons You Don’t Exercise→
You complain that you cannot exercise because you have too many things to do. Well, for these three business and political leaders it is exactly the opposite – it is precisely because they have so much to do that they always ensure to exercise.