We all have our excuses as to why we don’t eat right all the time or exercise a few times a week. We are masters at justifying our excuses to make them seem valid. For example: “ I don’t have time to work out, any time spent working out, is time away from my family.” Or there’s the ever popular, “I’m too old for that stuff.” By creating those excuses what you are really doing is limiting your potential to feel your best, both for yourself, and for the ones you love.
I hope to inspire you to take action. No matter how small the action may seem, such as a five minute meditation for stress relief in the morning, or a 20 minute walk a day. As a personal trainer I mostly use CrossFit methods during my sessions. Despite the rumors you may hear, CrossFit is not a one-size fits all exercise. It’s customized so that you can achieve your personal best.
Here are some examples of individuals just like you, who are not making excuses but rather, are achieving their personal best.
Client #1: A busy mother of three boys who works out at 5am. Her reasons for working out? Stress management and overall health.
Client #2: A 62-year-old doctor who works out with me during his lunch hour. His reasons for working out? He’s post heart-attack and for stress relief.
Client #3: A retired 70-year-old. Her reasons for working out? To stay healthy and strong.
Client #4: A high school athlete who works out before school. Her reason for working out? To improve her performance and concentration.
The list goes on and on. I train everyone from young, to middle age, to older men and women. Some are stay at home moms and dads, some hold down high stress, long hour jobs. What do they all have in common? They don’t make excuses. They are committed to their health. Think you have an excuse? E-mail me. I’ll help you problem solve and together we’ll work towards your personal best. MotivatingHealth@gmail.com.