Top Ten Excuses People Give For Not Working Out

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If you’ve been looking for a way to get motivated, then this blog post is perfect for you. The author shares the top ten excuses that people give for not working out and talks about how to overcome them so that you can finally start your fitness journey!

– The author shares the top ten excuses that people give for not working out and talks about how to overcome them so that you can finally start your fitness journey!

top ten excuses that people give for not working out and talks about how to overcome them so that you can finally start your fitness journey.

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In the United States, people tend to think that if you’re not visibly working out or running on a treadmill for an hour every day, then you are slacking off when it comes to maintaining your physical health. But what about those of us who don’t want our friends/co-workers/family members seeing how bad we look in person because they might judge us? What about those of us who prefer to workout in the privacy and comfort of their own homes?

This is why I love fitness videos. They give me a great workout without anyone being able to see my physical appearance because they’re not there with me. Unless, like most people do, you share your work out video on social media for all to see! In that case it’s just as bad as having someone watch you work out face-to-face. It might be worse because now everyone can comment about how terrible or good your form looks so if you’re anything like me – which let’s admit we are nothing alike at all – then this really bothers you.”

The long-form content is often two to three times as us with jobs that require us to spend the whole day sitting, or those of us who have a physical disability and can’t engage in strenuous activities? What about children under 18 years old who are still developing their muscles because they don’t care how much weight they gain because once you hit adulthood, whatever damage is done is irreversible?

There are plenty of excuses not to work out. The most common one being cost. Other reasons include embarrassment for looking like a slob while working out (that’s what heroes do!) lack of time due to other commitments such as family obligations, schoolwork, etc., fear of injuring oneself by doing so without prior training/experience and finally just wanting an excuse not to exercise despite all the.

I’ve been guilty of some or all of these excuses at one point in my life. But now, I take time for myself and work out because there’s no better feeling than seeing the results. And as it turns out, working out might be cheaper than you think: new research by a health insurance company revealed that people who exercised regularly saved an average $60 per month on medical costs–the more they worked out, the greater their savings were!

What are your thoughts? Are you someone with a physical disability who cannot exercise? Have you ever found yourself not being able to afford gym membership because prices keep rising as inflation approaches our purchasing power dollar-by-dollar? What about children under 18 years old (or even adults over 18 years old) who are not legally allowed to work out without parental permission? Would you like to see more people of different body types and abilities in media, because we can all be heroes in our own way!

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What are your avoid thoughts? Are you someone with a physical disability who cannot exercise? Haveyou ever foun tod excuses embarrassed about how heavy it was? What’s motivating you to workout now?

Bottom Line: If there is one thing that I’ve learned, it’s that excuses can be a powerful tool. But what good are they if we’re not using them for the right reasons? Take some time and think of all the things in life worth being proud of–isn’t our health usually pretty high on most people’s lists of accomplishments? And chances are, your body has done so much more than any six-pack abs could hope to achieve! It deserves credit too.

Don’t wait another day waiting for someone else with disability like yours or thinking up excuses

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By Devin D

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