7 Lies You Tell Yourself To Avoid Exercise (#4 is normal for newbies)

7 lies excuse exercise

We all love to train. We all love to look good. We all love to keep fit. We all love to have that chiseled body. Awesome! But how many people really walk the talk? You’d be amazed by how incredible your pals will turn up for a hiking spree and be the total opposite when it comes to exercise. You might have heard some of the excuses they tell you below:

1. I’m too busy

You are too busy? Well, we all are! But we still get time to hit the gym. Stop lying to yourself that you don’t have enough time. How much time do you spend glued in front of the TV? A 30 minute workout routine takls less than 2% of your day. So what’s it going to be? 30 minutes to boost your cardio, improve your core strength, enhance flexibility, go for a boosted immunity, or will it be days of never ending excuses and poor health?

2. Not enough money

You’re probably right. But tell me something, how expensive can walking, cycling, jogging, or running get? See, you don’t have to hit the gym and pay up to train your body. There are numerous bodyweight workouts such as press ups, squats, push-ups, pull ups, and body stretches you could even do alone right at the comfort of your home. You can even invest in a kettlebell or two and get a full gym experience at the comforts of your home.

3. I’m just too tired

Ever heard of a positive mindset? If you have then you must know every achievement we make starts right from our minds. You must set your mind that you want to improve your grades in school before you start working hard. And exercising isn’t any different; it needs you to be extremely disciplined and to remember those cool benefits that await you at the end of it all. Don’t let your mind be the spoiled brat that won’t hit the gym whatever happens!

4. It’s too boring

Um, I see, so you don’t want to exercise because it’s boring? And what isn’t? Hitting the grocery shop for a packet of fries, crackers, and processed sugars? I’d be damned if you agreed to this. It is plain simple, exercising can be quite entertaining. All you need to do is tweak up thing a little bit and find something that you enjoy. And there are 1001 types of exercises you could choose from.

5. I have no one to go with

I don’t really know about this. However the one thing I do know is that your workout buddy will not do the press-ups for you. He won’t lift the waits for you, or take your reps instead. In fact he won’t even take that quarter mile run for you, hell no! Grow up and get a life. It’s time you took a little responsibility for your life and it starts with leading a healthy lifestyle.

6. The gym isn’t for me

Yup, the gym isn’t for everyone! We all just start small and build it all up. We never know how to train up but we never give up. You don’t have to know how to train properly to be convinced the gym is for you. At the gym we have professional trainers who understand how unique you’re and will strive to tailor a great training routine just for you.

7. They said it hurts

Oh, so that’s the only thing you picked the last time your bro told you he’d hit the gym? Your body is just starting out into a new program and your muscles will be sore before they learn how to get used to the whole process. As a matter of fact, it only takes up to three days before they’re right on track. Spare me the crap and just get out there.

Conclusions

Even if you opted for dietary supplements, many isagenix product reviews insist on fusing your dietary supplement program with an ideal body workout for the best results ever.

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Nahid Hasan

Content Marketer at Isapure
Nahid Hasan is an experienced content marketer who writes content on every topic especially on health and fitness. So far he has worked with so many professional blogs to educate athletes on pragmatic dietary programs.

He is going to run a fitness blog owned by Brad Mathers, associated with isagenix product, a professional Australian Triathlon Representative. In addition to these Nahid takes his free time to educate upcoming athletes and trainers on how to grow their business online.
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