I know that with a busy life, finding time to exercise can feel hard. One thing we do with clients is get them to ask “Is it really true?”
Often it’s not the time, but something else that’s in the way.
Saying we don’t have time is a really convenient excuse to get yourself off the hook, because it’s something you can tell yourself, and tell other people.
The truth is, most of us do have the time. We find times to watch our TV shows, movies, scroll on social media… all things that take longer than a decent workout than can get your results.
Here’s a tip. Start prioritising your workouts and make the time.
Moving your body pays off, for your physical, emotional and mental health.
Have a look at your diary right now and see where you could find 30 minutes a day, three to four days a week. That’s all you need to make big changes. We know. We work with entrepreneurs running international businesses across time zones, working mothers, working dads, people who juggle a lot, yet they all find the time and get results.
If you want something to change you need to do something different, and maybe a starting point is to commit to prioritising you, and prioritising your wellbeing.
What one thing can you do for you this week that is going to move you forward?