Making Time For Fitness

"If you try to find the time, you'll fail miserably. If you make time, you'll do a lot better."

~ Eric Cressey

Making time for fitness starts with changing your internal dialogue from “I’ll try” to “I will.”

Phrases like I’ll try, I’ll see how I go, I should be able to are all not so discreet ways of giving yourself an out.

In my experience, the people that prioritise their training, like they would any other appointment do the best.

They lock it in, show up, no excuses.

"Lack of time is actually lack of priorities. "

~ Tim Ferriss

Let me help you flip the switch.

From now on, instead of saying “I don’t have time to workout” say “looking after my health isn’t a priority right now.”

That isn’t as easy on the palette, is it?

We’re all busy, we all have shit we’re dealing with, but we all have the same amount of hours.

If you’re struggling to get 30 minutes of exercise in per day, work on changing your internal dialogue, make the time, don’t find the time, and you’ll do much better.

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