Physically inactive people have just as much free time as exercisers, so you can chuck this excuse. Here's how to get past a busy schedule:
If you're tired or stressed, it's hard to keep going with your workouts.
However, waiting to feel motivated to exercise can actually backfire. Motivation is something you have to work at every day:
COMMITTING TO GOALS:
When you look at exercise in the long term (i.e., that you have to exercise on a daily basis forever), it can be overwhelming. However, you don't have to change your life overnight. Some tips for staying committed to your workouts:
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Not losing weight fast enough? Unfortunately, that's true for everyone. You don't put weight on overnight and it won't come off that quickly either. Once you start exercising, give your body time to react. It could take up to 12 weeks before you start seeing major changes, so make sure you've set realistic fitness goals and focus on the many benefits of exercise. It also helps to understand how weight loss really works and meeting with one of our trainers can help:
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DON'T KNOW HOW:
This is a popular excuse, but it won't fly what with the wealth of information at your fingertips. Schedule a complimentary session with one of our personal trainers. Contact Fitness Director to make appointment 703-360-1400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DON'T LIKE EXERCISING:
Enjoying exercise may seem impossible, but it can be done.
Almost any exercise may feel hard at first but, with some practice and consistency, your body gets stronger and you may even start to like it. Choose something that fits your personality and lifestyle.
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INJURY OR PAIN:
We definately don't want you to injure yourself trying to train with a medical or physical condition that may affect movements. However, if you're struggling with this, our trainers certainly can assess you and take you through a Fitness Movement Screen ("FMS"). FMS will help us to determine if you move correctly or are their some limitations that need to be addressed. In most cases we can help you to recover here in the gym. In other cases we have had customers bring information from their doctor or therapist of the type of movements that they can do or should not. In any event we certainly would work closely with your physician to see to it that you get safely back on track.