Get Fit By Making Time, Not Excuses

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Everyone wants to be in great physical shape, but no one seems to have the time to get to the gym, go running, or get in a good workout. “I’m just so busy!” I hear all the time. Heck, I say it some times! But look at the people you know who are in great shape. Do they magically have extra time in their days that you don’t? Nope. They have jobs, social lives, and kids, just like you, but they find the time. How do they do it?

Find Something You Love

Just joining the gym or signing up for a 5k won’t get you where you want to be. You have to really commit to doing something active every day. How can you do that if you hate going to the gym or you’d rather eat raw earthworms than go for a run? Why not sign up for a spin class instead? Or order a workout program like P90X3 or T25 that you can do at home? Whatever you do, make sure it’s something that appeals to you and that you enjoy doing. You’ll be much more likely to stick to a workout that you look forward to.

Get It Done

Don’t wait until the end of the day, when you’re tired out from work to exercise. You’ll have a ton of stuff at home to distract you, and you know how hard it can be to get back up off the couch once you sit down. Instead, get up just 45 minutes early every day. This will give you time to go for a 30 minute run or bike ride or do a short at-home workout, like T25, before you shower and get ready for work.

Make Fitness a Lifestyle

If you want to get fit and stay fit, you aren’t just going to workout for a few months and stop. Fitness and health are a lifelong journey. If you make diet and exercise a priority in your life, you’ll see major results. And you can do it in ways you never even thought of, like parking at the far end of the lot when you go to work or the store. Anything you do on a daily basis that adds motion to your routine will burn calories and keep you fit.

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Personal Experience

Megean and the boysMeagan is a 30 something year old wife, mom, and fitness enthusiast (fanatic?).She loves being a boy mom, fitness, cooking healthy food, and working from her dining room.   In the last year and half she helped over one hundred people lose hundreds of pounds & inches.  Her goal is to help women, and especially women with post-baby bodies, live happier lives with more self-confidence than ever before. She knows that once there is some fun put into fitness (with a little bit of family), the sky is the limit!  Her mission is helping people become healthy, fit, and financially free so they can lead fulfilling, vibrant lives. If you’d like to know more about becoming or staying fit physically or financially, e-mail her today!

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