Not having enough time is one of the best excuses to not workout.
Not having enough energy follows closely behind.
I get it. You’re busy.
You work all day, you have other things to do, you need to take care of the kids, etc, etc, etc. By the time you get home all you want to do is collapse on the couch. Who can even think about a workout!
Your energy is used up on the rest of your life, so there’s none left for a workout.
What if that’s a lie?
What if the opposite is actually true? Continue reading “You’re exhausted, of course you can’t workout”
“I’ve had a long day.”
“It’s late and I need to rest.”
“What’s one missed day…”
Ever had these thoughts?
Ever been lacking motivation?
These are the thoughts we have on the days we don’t wanna.
We have a goal. We’ve been working hard for it. But today is harder than most.
Then the justifications come.
“Today I feel like I deserve a break.”
“Today I think rest is what’s best.”
“Today I just don’t have the motivation.”
I saw we, because it happens to me too. Many of my clients have thought I’m immune to these days somehow, but it’s just not true.
These days exist for most of us so don’t use it as another excuse and think you’re special.
The difference between success and failure for reaching our goals is the decision we make on these days. The difference between success and failure is how we end these days.
Did you give in, buy the excuse and take the rest day you “earned”?
Or did you buck up, dig deep and make it happen anyway?
We all have days we don’t wanna, but it shouldn’t affect the actions you take.
If you truly want to reach your goals, you know how this ends 😉