We have all done this. Thought, man I can’t be bothered training today. I am not motivated, I just want to get ripped but not do the work. All these things here are EXCUSES. Or roadblocks in the political correct way at looking at things. So here are some ways to get get round these. Now a warning, you maybe insulted. But if you are, it is probably because the point is referring to you:
Pick the right coach/trainer. No point asking a running coach to help you prepare for a bodybuilding show. Don’t ask a FAT trainer how to lose weight. Make sure you do your research and find the right person who can lead to the right goal. Also that that person or organisation has the right community behind them to help you achieve that goal.
I don’t have Time? Really? Let me ask you this, how often do you sit watching TV? Sit on Social media (on average 1 hour 40 minutes per day)? 10 minutes is better than NO minutes. Time is such a bullshit reason. You are just using that excuse because you are lazy. We are born to run, jump, throw, crawl, lift, walk and sprint. We are not designed to sit and feel grumpy.
The WHY has to be strong. This means the reason you are there training has to be strong enough to make it count. The reason a lot don’t make it is because their goal e.g. “losing weight” is not enough, you got to have a strong reason to want to succeed. Successful business people don’t just become successful because they think, yeah lets be successful, they usually will have dream and strong work ethic to make whatever they are doing a success. That is what makes them successful. if you REALLY want to be fit and healthy, then your WHY for doing this must be STRONG. At the end of the day, fitness is not an easy road to go down, especially if you have not done it for a long time. So you have to be ready to suck it up and hit it hard.
I have had an injury and I can’t train. BOLLOCKS. If you have a lower body injury, you can still train upper body. If you have a back injury, you can do other forms of low impact training. Just because you have an injury does not mean you have to STOP Training. This is probably the one thing that gives me the shits when I hear people give me some bullshit excuse like “I hurt my knee playing rugby 15 years ago”. So what you? The last 15 years you have become unfit and lazy because of knee injury that really at most will take 6-9 months to rehab to be back at 100%. That is such a lame excuse that borders on being pathetic. Don’t be that person who hides behind their injury because you are too scared to won up to the fact you need to work hard to get to where you want to be.
Remember this is the “No BS of fitness” we are not PC, we just tell it like it is.