Stress can sometimes feel like an unstoppable force of chaos.
It has the power to make us feel overwhelmed, constantly on edge, and ruin entire days, weeks, and years.
But, only if we let it.
You have more control than you think and even small changes and shifts in your mindset can make you the master of stress.
A few weeks ago, we dug into the real power of exercise and how exercise can allow you to live your dream life and live it to the fullest.
The week after, we laid a road-map of 10 minute at-home workouts to get you started.
This week, we are taking on another seemingly impossible task: to show you the true potential of what eating healthy can do for you and why you should eat healthy.
But, as usual, this article isn’t going to repeat all the things that you have heard already…
Today, we’re going to attempt something tough: to get you excited about wanting to exercise regularly :O
But this article isn’t what you expect.
Most articles try to convince you by giving huge lists about the infinite benefits of exercise.
You can easily find lists of 10 to 100+ benefits of exercise in short bullet points, like:
- More energy
- Healthier skin
- Healthier heart
- Fend off disease
- And on and on…
But you already know the basic benefits, so why do only 20.3% of people meet the U.S. recommended minimums for exercise?
Today is the day we discuss a major barrier to health: not having enough time to exercise.
You might hear it all the time or even say it yourself; we’ve all been there.
It is one of the biggest reasons people cite for not being able to exercise, and therefore never reaching their maximum health potential.
My goal in this article is to go over a few simple, but key factors that can help you get to the bottom of this issue and master your time.
If you constantly find yourself saying that you don’t have enough time to exercise: you owe it to yourself to read this article.
When starting a new workout plan, things usually begin great and in high spirits, but then fall off and become tedious over time.
You start skipping days and dreading the next workout.
Soon you might find yourself abandoning your plan and opting instead for your previous routine: not exercising.
But, you know that if you can stick to your plan, all the hard work and effort will go directly into achieving your goals.
You will start feeling more alive, energetic, healthy, happy, and plain old good.
Even with such amazing, life-changing benefits, exercising can still feel like pulling teeth.
Today is your day to stop pulling teeth.