excuses

10 No-More-Excuses Exercise Tips

The FIRM Master Instructor Team by The FIRM Master Instructor Team | December 8th, 2011 | No Comments
topic: Fitness | tags: dancing, excuses, exercise tips, Fitness, jumping jacks, lunges, no time to exercise, push-ups, squats, stairs, the firm, walking, weight-loss, working out, workout tips

The FIRM Workout Tips

by The FIRM Master Instructor Jennifer Ray

I think we can all agree on one thing: Life is busy. With that said, who has time to exercise?

I’m not here to scold, because we are all guilty of making excuses as to why we don’t have time to exercise. And I’m not saying these excuses aren’t often legitimate either — sometimes there really aren’t enough hours in the day! What I am here to do is offer easy solutions to a problem that faces us all.

5 “No Excuses” Training Tips

Jessie Pavelka by Jessie Pavelka | April 27th, 2011 | 4 Comments
topic: Fitness | tags: change, excuses, exercise, Fitness, health, hectic, Jessie Pavelka, schedule, Step360, time, travel, weight-loss, wellness, workout routine

Workout Excuses

Excuses are easy to make. They’re also contagious and can paralyze your progress, not only physically, but in other aspects of your life. I have had many clients get a good momentum going with their fitness and then, because of a bump in the road (a hectic schedule, business trip, vacation or illness), they drop off and then have trouble getting back into their routine. If you aren’t careful, all of your hard-won progress can slip away in a matter of days.

No Excuses

Patricia Moreno by Patricia Moreno | February 26th, 2008 | 1 Comment
topic: Fitness, Personal Growth | tags: body, excercise, excuses, exercise, goals, health, Patricia Moreno, physical fitness, wellness, work out, workout

Woman working out

One of the excuses people so often think is a “good” excuse for slacking off is “I don’t have enough time to exercise.” The problem with that is, it is just an excuse. And all excuses do is build a wall around us and what we say we want — by allowing us to believe that circumstances out of our control define what we choose to do in our life.