What’s one thing you wish you had more of?
If your answer is time – join the club.
Lack of time is the most common reason given for skipping workouts and eating unhealthy food on the go.
We are busy. We have a lot of things to do and we just don’t know how to make time for exercise and healthy eating.
Sure, I get it. But listen – no matter how busy you are, that’s still an excuse.
You make time for plenty of other things. If you’re not getting your workouts in or planning and preparing healthy meals, it is because you simply have not made it a priority.
But I know you want to. I know your health is important to you and I know you believe you will be happier, healthier and more successful in other areas of life if you make your health and fitness a priority.
You do have time to work out. Yes – you DO.
However you maybe don’t have time to go to a gym. That’s not always an excuse. Sometimes you really can’t fit that in.
Good news – you don’t have to.
You maybe don’t have an hour to dedicate to a workout. Absolutely, I understand that. Maybe you only have 20 or 30 minutes.
Great news – that’s all you need.
In order to make improvement to your health, look better, feel better and move better – all you need is as few as ten minutes a day, or 30 minutes 3-4 days a week.
And you can do it without even leaving the comfort of your home (unless you want to.)
Exercise doesn’t have to be a chore or take hours. Today I’m sharing three effective workouts that can be done anywhere (even in a hotel room!) in as little as 20 minutes.
All you have to do is put on your tennis shoes and DO it. You can even wear sweatpants. Or no pants. But I don’t recommend it. 😉
Kick Your Butt in Gear Cardio:
No Need to Leave Your Living Room Workout:
No more making the excuse of lack of time. Put down the iPhone, stop scrolling Facebook and turn off the TV. For just 20 minutes, make your health a priority.
I can’t think of one time I have ever regretted a workout, but I can think of many times I’ve regretted NOT working out.
Just a few short sessions a couple times a week is plenty if that’s all you truly have time for. Be honest with yourself about what you value and how you spend your time and you just may find you have more than you thought