The most common reason I hear for why someone can’t start training is that they can’t afford it, and I understand that sometimes that is the case but more often than not they aren’t ready to make a change or they don’t see the value in exercise at the time.
You don’t need to have a gym membership or train with a personal trainer to exercise. You don’t even need to leave the house.
So regardless of whether you can afford it or not; we all need to look after our health and wellbeing as we age.
Not everyone wants to exercise, laying around doing nothing is far easier than a 60 min training session (I get it).
But the benefits of exercise are huge and they spill out into every area of our lives and go above and beyond just losing weight.
Find the value in investing in your health and fitness – not just on material things.
How much do you spend to look after yourself?
We spend thousands each year on things that make our lives more fun, make us more fashionable, we always have money to go shopping and to restaurants
turn our nose up at the price of a training membership, or the cost of switching to a healthier diet.
Which I might add will provide your life with more quality years to enjoy the things we love.
Our priorities are mixed up and our own health is sometimes at the bottom of the list until you get sick or get some results back from the doctor.
I am not saying you can’t enjoy life and have nice things; but if it comes at the expense of your health was it a wise investment??
Those things can be replaced, but your body can’t.
Maybe look at your spend each month and see how you can cut back in some areas so you have more to invest in a great coach who can help you become healthier and fitter.
Having your health is more rewarding and will do more for the quality of your life than any material thing you can buy.
Without your health, you won’t enjoy it as much or not at all.